Make Early Learning Seriously Fun
Bring a fun and interactive learning program to children ages three to six in your community. You can help get preschoolers ready to succeed in kindergarten and beyond by delivering an educational program that introduces key concepts in math, science and social studies, language and literacy, art, and music. Miss Humblebee's Academy brings education and fun together while providing parents with the tools to measure a child’s progress. With this innovative solution, you'll find:
- hundreds of guided lessons with sound and visual cues across many disciplines
- regular outcome reports and skill level assessment
- weekly progress reports emailed to parents
Plus, with a combination of online and offline learning opportunities, kids can play and learn anywhere:
- Access at the library or on the home computer.
- It's mobile-friendly—use it on iPads, tablets, and smart phones.
- Children can practice with writing tools and learn away from the computer with 20% of the curriculum available as printables and practice worksheets.
Serious Fun with Educational Standards
Miss Humblebee’s Academy brings together solid educational principles and lovable, appealing characters. The program presents learning concepts based on the standards of the U.S. Department of Education, Head Start Child Development, Common Core State Standards, the research of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Best of all, learning outcomes are measured with tools like the cognitive assessment, observational checklist, and progress report. Feedback is available to parents and to the library.
Parents can stay informed about their child's growth with progress reports that help identify strengths and pinpoint trouble spots, show improvement over time, and measure progress based on length of practice time.
To provide insight into their child's progress, parents also receive several assessment measures. The cognitive skills assessments:
- establish a baseline of kindergarten readiness
- measure improvement every three weeks and after 50 lessons
- benchmark kindergarten readiness compared to educational standards
- provide access to reporting 24/7
- can be done all at once or stopped and started to suit time and attention span constraints
At the same time, a parent observation checklist and age-related developmental milestone guide allows parents to review and record social, emotional, and physical growth as a condition for kindergarten readiness.
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Platform Features & Tools
Learning on the Go
Offer a mobile-friendly, 24/7 classroom environment for learning anytime and anywhere
Differentiated Learning Support
Children learn through interactive, guided lessons that use both sound and visual cues to support diverse learning styles.
A Secure Classroom
This safe, supportive classroom environment works within a self-contained program that protects children from ads and links to other sites.
Reviews & Testimonials
“Miss Humblebee’s Academy is simple, clean and presents the ideas clearly. It actually evaluates if the child comprehends the new concepts and sends parents progress reports, which helps them to know what their child is doing and how well they understand new skills. If you are a parent of a preschool age child, I recommend checking out Miss Humblebee’s Academy.”
"The site does offer an impressive array of resources.....is very user-friendly due to intuitive navigation and overall accessibility.....As an online learning resource, Miss Humblebee’s Academy can traverse between the school library, classroom, and home."