Sociable Kidz Offers 3 New Classes

Kindergarten Readiness; Reading; Writing


This class is for children going into Kindergarten in the Fall of 2016. It is a Kindergarten Prep class.

The children will work on the following skills:

  • phonics
  • handwriting/correct pencil grip
  • studying the uppercase & lowercase letters of the alphabet

  • writing your name
  • cutting skills
  • coloring skills
  • social skills
  • appropriate Kindergarten behaviors
  • putting on your coat/zippering/washing your hands, etc.
  • and much, much more.

Each child will be assessed and differentiated academically

according to where he/she is at.

**Enrollment is limited to 5 students per class. Saturday mornings 9:15-10am


This class is designed to help Kindergarten and First graders who are struggling with phonics and reading skills. Through the magic of one on one and small group learning, we will help struggling learners with their reading skills. We will access their individual reading levels; letters; sounds and sight words. From there we will focus on the skills they need to work on through literature; songs; poetry; movement; snap words; journals etc based on their differentiated skills. The children will also meet new friends along the way! This class will be taught by the director of Sociable Kidz®, Susan Hendler who has been teaching phonics and reading to her own students in Westchester county at a local elementary school. She uses the program Fundations as well as reading from Reading and Writing Project trained from Teachers College of
Columbia University.


This class is intended to help children who need help strengthening their writing muscles in Kindergarten and First Grade. They will learn how to sound out their words, work on their sounds and learn different writing styles: persuasive (opinion) narrative and informational writing. Through the use of different genre; literature; games and so on, writing will come alive for your child. Mrs. Hendler will use her training from the Reading and Writing Project from Teacher's College at Columbia University to help your child.