Numbers, counting, math letters, geometric shapes as well as forming of complete sentences will be learned at this stage in development. Children in the Pre-K program at my school explore these concepts doing our best to have them mastered. Since children learn these concepts at their own pace they are taught with hands-on materials, songs, and games. Work samples are used to assess knowledge acquired. The learn time, mainly the difference between day and night. We increase their mathematical skills, through patterns, symbols and repetitive notions. Recognizing their name and writing is a key component of development at this stage. Our overall primary goal is to see our children enter kindergarten well above the average kid. Understanding what is being read an able to answer question relative to that increases the child’s literacy skills.