School Readiness means a Grade R child is ready to sit still and straight,
and ready to leap with confidence from learning playfully
to learning through symbols (abc, 123, +=)
Watch a short introduction to our School Readiness Online Learning by Dr Melodie de Jager
Take our 3 Part School Readiness Online Course, and learn that a child thrives when everyday living is an interactive game between a caring adult & child. Discover that leaping from the world of real things to the world of symbols (abc, 123), which is called school readiness, then becomes easy.
Research has shown a child needs six years to playfully develop:
- Intelligent senses
- A strong and agile body
- A happy ME-Heart that grows into a WE-Heart
- A clever mind to understand and speak the language they are going to write and read in Grade 1
Come Play with Me
Level 1 is aimed at parents and teachers of school ready children. Being on the same page is important to develop a child optimally.
TIME LIMIT: 14 DAYS TO WATCH FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. YOU CAN WATCH MORE THAN ONCE.
R150.00 course cost
Am I getting ready for Grade 1?
Level 2 is for Parents and Teachers. Let’s see which skills are polished and which skills need more focused play. Learn how to use the CLEVER PLAY LEARNING READINESS screening instrument and screen a grade R child:
TIME LIMIT: 60 DAYS TO WATCH FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. YOU CAN WATCH MORE THAN ONCE.
R750.00 course cost
Am I ready for Grade 1?
Level 3 is for SACE registered teachers and therapists only. Let’s see if I am cognitively ready to leap from the world of real things to the world of symbols (abc, 123). Learn how to use a standardised assessment instrument, APTITUDE TEST FOR SCHOOL BEGINNERS (ASB). Available in all 11 official languages.
Level 3 earn 30 SACE DP Points
SACE Accreditation is a requirement
R750.00 course cost
I gained more insight in the works of preparing a grade R for school. I am not a teacher and as a mom I needed to know a little more. I do “take my hat off” for the teachers of our children, they really do have a mammoth task at their hands and they do it with love and compassion. Respect to all of you! Thank you so much for the experience.