Transitional Kindergarten  
Rainbow Dragons Program

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Building confident, life-long learners is the goal of Camelot Kids Transitional Aqua Dragons and Rainbow Dragons Kindergarten Program. Offering a low teacher to child ratio, Camelot Kids is able to tailor curriculum to meet the needs and expectations of every child and their family. Enrollment is open to families with children ages 4.5 - 5 years old. 

Our Aqua Kinder room is painted in calming, cool, refreshing shades of aqua reminiscent of the beautiful color of the ocean.  Aqua is believed to have a soothing effect.  It can help to release anger and negativity, offers mental peace and clarity by providing emotional balance.  Aqua symbolizes youth, fidelity, hope and health and is also associated with speech and communication, confidence, strength, and idealism.

​​The Rainbow Kinder program was designed to further prepare our children for elementary school. Our Rainbow Dragons will receive a high level of academic instruction that will tailor to the individual needs of each student.  Our Kinder curriculum meets the Common Core State Standards and focuses on enhancing literacy skills, solving everyday math problems, and uses STEM strategies to help mold creative minds.  Our goal is that every student will leave the Rainbow Kinder classroom confident with the skills they need to conquer any challenge that comes their way outside the magical  walls of Camelot.

 

Our Literacy Curriculum is based on Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - StoryTown a K–6 Reading/Language Arts program with a “2+2 then Review” instructional design for skill and strategy development, plus differentiated instruction that meets the needs of all students. Our math curriculum is based on the Go Math! A program which was developed to meet Common Core State Standards. The program focuses on big ideas and asks children questions to guide them to develop a deeper understanding of math concepts at their own pace. Word problems are also posted daily as a part of the math curriculum. This helps children recognize numbers in their own world and to create strategies for solving problems in a natural, efficient, manner.

Ms. Molly
Teacher 
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Ms. Molly was born and raised in Glendale, California, and grew up with a dream of being a teacher.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and developed a love for preschool while working at her university’s Child Development Center.  

 

Over the last 10 years Ms. Molly has taught students of all ages and from all different backgrounds. She spent 5 years living in the Dominican Republic, volunteering and teaching English as a second language. During her time living abroad, she also learned Spanish and a love for different cultures.  

Ms. Molly loves spending time with friends and family, experiencing new things, and enjoying the outdoors.  She is very excited to be part of the Camelot team with hopes of making a positive impact in the growth and development of her students.

Ms. Millie
Teacher 
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Ms. Millie is a Los Angeles native that was raised in Koreatown her entire life. Currently she is a student at California State University Los Angeles, where she is working on her degree in child development. She attended Fairfax High School, where she was a student in the Visual arts magnet and also played a few sports, soccer, volleyball, and ran track. 

At home, she lives with both her parents and her two younger brothers, EJ and Isaac. At 13, she became interested in working with children when her first brother was born. 

When Ms. Millie is not at work, she is usually at the gym or in class. Sometimes she's hanging out with friends looking for new places to spend their time. She likes to be on her feet and enjoys being productive, there's never any downtime in her schedule.