Online Kindergarten in North Carolina
Kindergarten for North Carolina's Young Learners
Have you ever noticed how little ones quickly adapt to using technology? So have we; that's why we think kindergarten is a great time to introduce your child to the benefits of quality online learning. Tuition-free* K12-powered kindergarten in North Carolina provides students valuable online learning experiences complemented by hands-on activities with education materials delivered to your door.** This means your child can learn from the comfort and safety of home using online curriculum designed to maximize their critical early learning years.
Easy Access to Program Benefits
Families with kindergarteners in North Carolina can access the benefits of K12's personalized learning program wherever there's an internet connection. The program is available through North Carolina's statewide K12-powered online school, which offers:
Personalized learning plan for each student
State-licensed teachers who provide instruction, oversight, and support
K12's quality online curriculum and hands-on learning materials**
Online and in-person social opportunities, events, and activities
24/7 access to the K12-powered online school platform
A traditional school-year schedule
Meaningful One-to-One Support
K12-powered online learning for North Carolina kindergarteners gives you a great opportunity to bond with your child as you take an active role in their education. As your child's Learning Coach, you spend 3 to 6 hours a day helping your little one work through the online lessons and hands-on activities. Plus, your state-licensed teacher provides instruction in live, online classes and is available to answer your questions.
K12's Kindergarten Curriculum
The engaging K12 online curriculum for kindergarteners in North Carolina includes language arts/English, math, science, and history as well as art and music. Hands-on learning activities away from the computer screen complement your child's education, helping them discover the world around them through printed books, math manipulatives for small hands, and much more.
In language arts/English, students take their first steps toward proficient reading as they learn about phonics using magnetized letter tiles and various games and activities. In math, they work with numbers up to 30, learn to add and subtract, and explore how to take measurements. They focus on the five senses, the Earth's composition, and the needs of plants and animals in science. And in history, students explore the basics of world geography across the seven continents
*Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend an online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help address your technological and computer questions and needs.
**Course materials vary by course and school. Please check with your school about offline course materials.
***Not all courses on the K12 course list are offered by all schools. If you have a question about a particular course, please check with your school.