Miss Humblebee’s Academy includes hundreds of guided lessons with sound cues across language and literacy, art, music, math, science, and social studies. They’re based on standards from the U.S. Department of Education, Head Start Early Child Development, Common Core State Standards, research of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and Early Learning Framework. Take a look at the online and offline resources available with this award-winning program.
Offline STEAM curriculum – Hundreds of hands-on activities reinforce current lessons focused on development milestones and kindergarten readiness, while supporting the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommended limits on screen time.
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) – A collection of nearly 100 online classroom lessons and offline extension activities help children learn how to regulate their emotions, develop self-confidence, and more. Includes digital animations, real-life video modeling, songs, and eBooks.
Teacher-led video tutorials – Short video lessons delivered by teachers address key kindergarten-readiness skills and concepts in all subject areas, including SEL.
Interactive eBooks – Offering a read-aloud option, titles are located within the lesson stream and in the searchable library. All eBooks include prediction and comprehension questions. The end of each eBook has an offline printable template to retell the story with words or pictures.
World Changers – A nonfiction series of eBooks features inspiring individuals of all ages from around the globe. Profiled for their positive impact on the world, names include civil rights pioneer Ruby Bridges, inventor and author William Kamkwamba, and human rights activist Malala Yousafzai, among others.
Bee Fit – Short on-demand videos and printables to encourage kids to get moving as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Practice with Printables – A printables section offers hundreds of practice worksheets and flash cards that parents can print to supplement and reinforce online learning.