FasTracKids in Rego Park now offers a preschool alternative. The preschool teaches students how to use technology and public speaking skills in academics. Students will also use multi-sensory skills to learn math, sciences, and public speaking. The preschool also offers daily cooking and reading activities, as well as hands-on and interactive projects and experiments. FasTracKids also offers a Gifted & Talented prep course.
Ms. Ruchi (center), a FasTracKids teacher, with students from Rego Park.
FasTracKids, an international program available in more than 50 countries worldwide that enhances a child’s learning experience, will open a preschool alternative in Rego Park this September. The program combines enrichment learning, critical thinking, and state-of-the-art technology to engage students. FasTracKids’ preschool alternative program prepares young children for early-childhood education, while teaching them how to use technology and public speaking skills in their academics.
“Wesley College held an independent study on the benefits of FastTracKids,” says president Dave Nager. “They found that kids enrolled in our program for 6 months learned 150-200 times faster than kids that were not.”
The preschool alternative program is offered Tuesday-Friday 10am-12:30pm. Children will use multi-sensory skills to learn many subjects, including math, earth science, astronomy, chemistry, and public speaking. “Cooking Together” and “Reading Together” are among some of the daily activities. All of the projects and experiments are hands-on and interactive, and children use Smart Boards in the classroom. FasTracKids also offers a Gifted & Talented prep course for students ages 4-5. The prep course is offered once a week for 14-week sessions.