Transitional kindergarten (TK) is a student’s first and most formative introduction to navigating routines and cultivating autonomy. We, as parents and caretakers, may have fuzzy memories from this time, and a lot has changed since we were little ones experiencing the thrills of transitioning to a “big kid school” for the first time. To bring you up to speed, we followed our TK classes, led by an expert team of Early Education Teachers, to give a look into a day in the life of a 2022 BASIS Independent Fremont TK student.
For Early Learners, BASIS Independent Fremont’s Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program offers students the opportunity to foster a love for learning through developmentally appropriate play, music, and hands-on activities that help make high-level material more accessible. We spent a day with our Transitional Kindergarten classes to give you a look into a typical day in our TK program.
For students not yet old enough for Kindergarten, the Transitional Kindergarten at BASIS Independent Fremont provides a unique program that creates a strong foundation for learning at a young age. But what makes this program work? The wonderful teachers, of course! Read on for insights from the current BASIS Independent Fremont Transitional Kindergarten teachers to discover why they love working with our youngest learners.
Our Transitional Kindergarten program at BASIS Independent Fremont is exceptional, but you don’t have to take our word for it! We interviewed a few parents who had students in the program last year about their experiences. Read on for their insights!
Our youngest students at BASIS Independent Fremont are in our Transitional Kindergarten (TK) class, a pre-kindergarten program that maintains the high standards we hold for our students at every grade level. The students learn a lot and have fun along the way! This week, we followed the class around for a day to show you what a typical day looks like in our TK program.
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