“Welcome to ‘1Kids Zone’ IEP Education Advocate/online private school

IEP Education Consultant Services

Consulting individual’s’ parents in assisting them with the skills and knowledge they need to take part in building their child IEP plan.
Gives the parents a good start in participating throughout the IEP process.

Is 1Kidszone Homeschool Right for My Child?

Programs at 8:30 am – end at 1:00pm
1Kids Zone Homeschool programs grades K-5th are designed to provide the learning and social activities to meet your child’s needs. The curriculum focuses on language arts , mathematics, science, social studies, and California standards.

1Kidszone Mission:

The program is designed to demonstrate that the trend of poor learning achievement can be reversed and that all students can master academic standards if they are given time, support and instruction that focuses on their academic needs.
1Kidszone programs are not solely facts and figures but to instill higher-level thinking and problem-solving skills that create enjoyment for learning.

Grades K-6

Grades K-7 learning program began at 3:00pm--5:00pm
  • $350monthly
  • $87.5per hr

IEP Education Consultant Services

Ages 3-18
  • $450Per session
  • Helping Parents Understand the IEP
  • Tutoring Children with IEP

Learning program-kindergarten

Program began at 1:00pm--end at 3:00pm
  • $560Monthly
  • $350bi weekly
  • $280weekly


1 Kids Zone is an online Learning program combines learning experiences and structured play in a fun, safe and nurturing environment. 

Each child has his/her individualize Learning plan to meet their learning needs.  

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Classroom Facilities

Kids Zone child development enrichment programs provide children at all levels of different skills and confidence for learning.

Each program offers individualized instruction that meets individual children’s needs by catering to their learning styles and the rate at which they learn best.

Areas of Play

1 Kid Zone child development program believe education is not a one-size-fits-all experience.

Every child has different needs and abilities, each learns in their own way and at their own pace. So we designed the learning environment to fit your child learning styles.

Areas of Play


How children develop friendships during play. as children play with each other, they build skills that help them build friendships now and in the future. These are skills like sharing, taking turns, cooperating, listening to others, managing disagreement, and negotiating different views and ways of thinking about things.


Areas of Play

Helping children make friends during play

Providing time for children to play with other children from preschool or playgroup can help them develop friendships.
Here are some ideas for helping your child make friends during play:

  • Talk with your child about who he plays with, why he likes playing with them and the games they like to play. Have your child talk about what the games they like to play with play dates.
  • Make a time for children to meet and play. You could invite other children and parents to your home, or arrange to meet at a local park.
  • Help your child play well. By sharing with friends.

Areas of Play

Kids Zone believe education is not a one-size-fits-all experience.

Every child has different needs and abilities, each learns in their own way and at their own pace. So we designed the learning environment to fit your child learning styles.

Our Results Speak for themselves!

 1Kids Zone child development program believe education is not a one-size-fits-all experience. Every child has different needs and abilities, each learns in their own way and at their own pace. So we designed the learning environment to fit your child learning styles.

Voted OUTSTANDING by our local education authority


Our Rooms & Classes

1Kids Zone  is designed to help your child make significant developmental gains, communicate more successfully, and work well both independently and in group situations.

1Kids Zone Preschool,  All Day Care, Pre-K and after-school child development program focus on problem-solving, responsive listening and language usage, as well as social and collaborative skills, with lessons in:

  • Reading (matching letters to sounds, recognizing familiar words)
  • Writing (using letters and other symbols to create written messages)
  • Math (simple addition and subtraction, sorting and classifying objects)
  • Social skills (respecting others and working together)

Tutorial Pre-School

Three little pigs set out on their own to build houses in this classic fairy tale … but a big, bad wolf has other plans for them! Boasting highlighted, read-along words, cheery illustrations and lively narration, this favorite story will keep kids enchanted from start to finish


Math Tutorial

1 Kids Zone provides affordable Learning program for Math, each child is given an assessment with the result of the test an individualized academic program is developed for each student.

1 Kids Zone can help your student learn the fundamental for math and overcome roadblocks that prevent them from learning day to day math. The math skills learned early in a child’s schooling serve as the foundation for complex math in life.

4-5 1/2

Tutorial Pre-Kindergarden

Kids Zone provide free time for children to enjoy socializing, reading, writing, playing games or drawing, and ensure that we provide playtime for each child. Children will anticipate these parts of the day.


Tutorial for Reading

1 Kids Zone recognized that making a difference in a student’s academic performance will have an impact on not only their studies, but also their confidence, organizational/study skills, and dreams.

1 Kids Zone help students with all types of language arts areas including phonics, grammar, writing, reading comprehension, handwriting, vocabulary, spelling, decoding, and more. 1 Kids Zone will help inspire your student to enjoy reading and writing.

Your Children

Types of Supervision

In most circumstances, you should use direct and active supervision. This means an adult should be able to see and hear all preschool children at all times. This includes indoors, outdoors and nap times. Caregivers and teachers should not be on one level of the building while children are on another floor or in another room. Ratios should remain the same whether inside or outside.

For older preschool children who request privacy in the restroom, it is appropriate to supervise by remaining in hearing distance for short periods of time. Short intervals without sight of children are permissible only during toileting. Although you may not be able to see the child, you or another adult can quickly intervene if help is needed.

It is important that you take your role as a supervisor very seriously. Distractions can be deadly. You should never be so engrossed in an activity that you are not watching the children.

You will also need to adapt your supervision to the children in your care. All children have different needs. Very young children, children with special health care needs, children with disabilities, or children with behavioral needs may require additional supervision.


Supervision is an active process. It includes recognizing risks, acting on risks, and talking with children. Watch how these teachers use active supervision strategies to guide children’s behavior and prevent harm.


Supervision: Why It’s Important

Supervision describes the ways adults help protect children from injury or other harm. Supervision is an active process. It involves watching, listening, interacting, monitoring and preventing problems.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, “active and positive supervision” involves:

  • Knowing each child’s abilities
  • Establishing clear and simple safety rules
  • Being aware of and scanning for potential safety hazards
  • Standing in a strategic position
  • Scanning play activities and circulating around the area
  • Focusing on the positive rather than the negative to teach what is safe for the child and other children
  • Teaching children the appropriate and safe use of each piece of equipment (e.g., using a slide feet-first only and teaching why climbing up a slide can cause injury, possibly a head injury).

You can see that supervision is much more than watching. It involves all your skills as a teacher and caregiver


At Kids Zone, children who feel a part of the classroom community will be better able to focus on building healthy relationships and having a happy experience. That ‘sense of belonging’ is so important to the success of a young child in their environment.


At Kids Zone children can Grow, Learn,  Explore and Discover.

Your children’s education and welfare are our main priorities