Looking for a Kindergarten Prep Program

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of K12, the leader in online education for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Are you looking to supplement your preschooler’s readiness for Kindergarten? Maybe they love the computer and you are looking for quality educational games for them to play.
K12 is the nation’s leader in online education for K through 12th grade and they have intrduced the new EmbarK12 Kindergarten readiness programs by K12. Try a sample activity today. There are two versions of  EmbarK12:

The video below shows more information about the two programs as well as some of the online activities.

From the video, I love the social studies activity to build a community. It reminds me of some of the work my daughter has done this year as a second grader.

EmbarK12 Online offers more than 830 interactive online activies in 12 units across subjects like math, language arts, science, social studies, art, and music. The activities online are structured to be mostly independent of parental involvement. EmbarK12 is regularly $59 for a 12 month subscription. However, they are offering a limited time code (EmbarkSpecial) good for 7 days to purchase EmbarK12 Online at a 50% discount ($29.50 for 12 months).

EmbarK12 Comprehensive goes beyond the online environment with materials for hands-on learning. Because of the hands on approach, the EmbarK12 Comprehensive program will require more parental involvement than the EmbarK12 Online program. The EmbarK12 Compehensive program features up to 18 units with more than 450 online activities and more than 750 hands-on activities. Costs start at $118/year and go up to $286/year for all of the upgrade kits. It is geared as a full preK experience rather than as a supplement to an existing preschool program.

Check out EmbarK12 Online &  and EmbarK12Comprehensive

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Ann Arbor with Kids is your go-to source for Ann Arbor Family Fun. It got its start in an activity list that I was compiling for the playgroup I ran at our church. When my daughter started preschool, the other moms were thrilled to hear about my list. I decided to take the list public in 2009.

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