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Extend Your Learning At Home

Whether your children are in our schools or at home with you, we are committed to staying connected and support your child’s learning. We compiled a few of our favorite activities and resources to help you continue the learning at home. We invite you to explore our library of fun, hands-on, learning activities. Check back weekly for new ideas!

Infant At-Home Learning Guide

Using themes from our research-based infant curriculum, our education team has created an at-home learning guide to provide developmentally appropriate and engaging activities for you to do with your baby. The following activities support learning in all domains. Enjoy playing and learning with your baby! Subscribe today.

Toddler At-Home Learning Guide

Using themes from our research-based toddler curriculum, our education team has crafted an at-home learning guide to provide developmentally appropriate and engaging activities for you to do with your child. The following activities support learning in all domains. Enjoy playing and learning with your toddler! Subscribe today.

Preschool At-Home Learning Guide

Using themes from our research-based preschool curriculum, our education team designed an at-home learning guide to provide developmentally appropriate and engaging activities for you to do with your child. The following activities support learning in all domains. Enjoy playing and learning with your preschooler! Subscribe today.

School-Age At-Home Learning Guide

Using our comprehensive before-and-after school curriculum, our education team designed an At-Home Learning Guide to offer a balance of enriching learning opportunities and fun activities for you to do with your child. Enjoy playing and learning with your school-ager! Subscribe today.

 

 

Story Time with New Horizon Academy

Research tells us it is never too early to start reading to children. From the day they are born, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers begin to develop necessary language and literacy skills. By the time they enter kindergarten, they will need between 10,000 and 12,000 words in their vocabulary. Reading is one of the best ways to develop these critical skills. Each week, team members of New Horizon Academy will be reading their favorite story and sharing reading tips with your family. Enjoy!

Create Your Own Routine

Children need a relied upon routine to establish normalcy. A consistent schedule helps children understand what is coming next and brings comfort and consistency to a child’s life. This has never been more important than during these uncertain and ever-changing times.

While daily routines look different for each family, it is important to create a routine that works for you and your family. As you determine your new routine, remember to remain flexible and practice patience. This is new for you and your child. We have a few practical strategies to assist you as you establish a schedule for your family.

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Start Your Day Off Right

Create a simple family morning ritual that helps you start your day off right, such as enjoying breakfast together or simply talking about what you have planned for the day.

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Explore and Discover

Keep your child busy at home with hands-on activities throughout the day. We have compiled some of our favorite activities by age group for you.

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Enjoy Snacks and Meals Together

The development of good eating habits is one of the many skills your child will learn as they enjoy meals and snacks both at school and at home. Enjoy your snacks and meals together as a family.

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Make Time for Group Time

Group time provides your child with an opportunity to come together with other children as a community of learners. Gather members of your household to enjoy group time as a family each day.

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Outdoor Play and Large Motor Development

Jumping, running, and climbing will be highlights of your child's day. We have compiled some of our favorite outdoor activities by age group for you.

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Rest Time and Quiet Time

After a busy morning, your child may want the opportunity to rest and take a nap. Non-nappers can participate in quiet-time activities instead during this time.

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Music and Movement Activities

Offer your child daily opportunities to sing songs, play with musical instruments, and participate in movement activities. Get your family moving with a dance party or practicing yoga.

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEAM)

Children are natural explorers. Our teachers prepare purposeful experiences in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics for your child to investigate. We have compiled some of our favorites for you.

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Language and Literacy Activities

Support your child’s journey on the road to reading by providing a variety of books within reach for them to enjoy.

Additional At-Home Learning Resources

 

 

“I am so happy with the education that my children have received at New Horizon Academy! Our son has excelled in kindergarten this year, and our daughter is MORE than prepared to start in the fall.”

— Tony B., Parent at New Horizon Academy
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