Online pre-K Program Available Through St. Pete Libraries
By TB Reporter
The program prepares children 3 to 6 years old for Kindergarten.
ST. PETERSBURG — Miss Humblebee’s Academy, an online program designed to prepare young children ages 3 to 6 for Kindergarten, is now available through the St. Petersburg Library System and the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative.
The program can be used at your favorite community library, at home on your computer or on a mobile device. St. Petersburg operates seven community libraries, including the Main Library at 3745 Ninth Ave. N. For more information on how to get started with Miss Humblebee’s Academy, contact the St. Petersburg Main Library, Youth Services section, (727) 892-5296.
All the subject areas are included: math, science, social sciences, social studies, language and literacy, art and music. Miss Humblebee’s Academy curriculum employs a step-by-step approach to learning that becomes more challenging as the child advances. The child does not have to be able to read to use the program. Parents and educators can choose the order in which topics are presented.
The program evaluates the child’s comprehension of new concepts, and sends parts progress reports that keep them informed about what the child is doing. Children are kept engaged by the music, vibrant pictures and entertaining stories, some traditional like the Lion and the Mouse, and some original — written exclusively for Miss Humblebee’s Academy.
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