Preschool classroom

Handwriting without Tears

Handwriting Without Tears Series is part of the Learning Without Tears program. It focuses on Capital letters and numbers for early childhood learners.



Pre-K Language Arts program provides developmentally appropriate instruction and activities that do more than lay the groundwork for foundational skills. Uniquely, this preschool language arts curriculum offers content knowledge, recognizing research that shows true literacy also requires background knowledge in history, science, art and literature.

Pre-k CKLA

UT Core Standards for Early Learning

The purpose of the Utah Early Learning Standards: Ages 3 to 5 document is to give administrators, early childhood professionals, and families of preschool-aged students guidance and resources regarding developmentally appropriate standards and goals for young children and students. Early childhood education is comprehensive and promotes cognitive, physical, language, and social emotional development. These standards foster school readiness and build a foundation for later academic and social success.


Zones of Regulation

A curriculum comprised of lessons and activities used to gain skills in the area of self-regulation and emotional control for late preschoolers to adults.



Heggerty Phonemic Awareness is a research-based 35-week curriculum of daily phonemic and phonological awareness lesson plans.


TeachTown Social Skills

TeachTown Social Skills (Primary) has been designed for students with moderate and severe disabilities who often need extra support when it comes to mastering social skills. This comprehensive curriculum teaches socially-valid skills through animated video-modeling episodes, teacher-delivered lesson plans and student activities. In the primary school domains, students follow the adventures of four fun, relatable, animated characters as they learn to cooperate, listen, respect personal space, express emotions appropriately and more.