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What will my child learn in PAT?

Children will develop many skills in PAT. Some activities taught in PAT include follow the path and connecting the dots that help children develop eye-hand coordination skills. Listening to stories, retelling parts of stories, and acting out stories help children develop language skills. Sorting and completing a matrix to help children develop logical thinking, problem-solving, and reasoning skills. These are only a few of the activities taught in PAT that help children develop essential pre-requisite learning skills.

The PAT curriculum consists of nine (9) introductory curriculum topics that begin at a child’s birth and are followed up with family/child specific lessons through the year before the child enters kindergarten.  The weekly or bi-monthly lessons are family/child specific and are planned in accordance with the family or child’s needs.   Programs also provide other teaching supplies such as glue, scissors, pencils, and crayons.