A Kinesthetic Pre-K Curriculum

It is never too early to start learning! By starting with a kinesthetic approach you can reach all early learners. Our kinesthetic Pre-K curriculum and early learning programs are the key. This is because our programs help to create a strong foundation for all students. All preschoolers are kinesthetic learners. So this means that they learn best through active, play-based learning. When students can learn by moving around it makes them happy and healthy. Therefore, teachers should do their best to use play-based learning in their Pre-K curriculum. Then, kinesthetic and tactile learners can quickly gain math and reading skills.

Early Learning and Kinesthetic Pre-K Programs for Your School

Math & Movement has several kinesthetic Pre-K programs and lesson plans. Teachers can use these programs to help increase student achievement and retention. In addition, these programs make learning fast and fun for students. That way, teachers can reach students of all learning styles at an early age. This can then make all students successful and decrease the achievement gap. Math & Movement’s fun, kinesthetic programs help teachers teach specific concepts. It can also help teachers meet challenging state standards.

Why Use a Kinesthetic, Play-Based Pre-K Curriculum?

We believe that increasing student self-confidence is important. When there are fun activities in class that students understand it helps them to learn important skills. That way, it is easier for students to learn key math and reading concepts. In addition, they can learn social skills like problem solving and cooperation. These kinesthetic teaching and learning strategies are perfect for preschool. Most of all, they help to make learning so much more fun and engaging. Students can learn number patterns, letters, shapes, colors and much more! As a result, students will love to learn as they crawl and jump on the colorful Math & Movement floor mats!


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Use Math & Movement Materials to Teach Concepts like:

  • The Alphabet
  • Colors
  • Building Number Sense
  • Counting to 10
  • Counting to 20
  • Animal Identification
  • Addition and Subtraction Stories
  • Shapes
  • Matching and Sorting Objects

Check out Math & Movement’s Pre-K Curriculum and Kinesthetic Teaching Materials.