What’s the Big Idea?
Big Ideas lessons repeat and emphasize skills in fun, engaging ways that create mastery. Children love them and learn because they are multi-sensory, geared to individual strengths and challenge more each day. Learning the letter A? Your child may write the letter with a pencil while another finds it in a sandbox and still another engages in a movement act about the letter A. As the Big Idea continues during the week, small groups split off for more practice. Children work on developmental and personal goals and objectives.