New Product: Robert-Leslie’s The InvestiGator Club Prekindergarten Learning System

Are your Pre-K teachers looking for an inquiry-based program? Take a look at Learning List’s review of Robert-Leslie’s The InvestiGator Club Prekindergarten Learning System.

Robert-Leslie’s The InvestiGator Club Prekindergarten Learning System is a comprehensive program for Prekindergarten. The program focuses on purposeful inquiry to help children learn about the world. The curriculum emphasizes literacy, math, and science. Inquiry-based experiences enable the development of critical thinking, problem solving, and real-world connections. The material also provides numerous resources to support emergent literacy.

Units are based around investigations. Investigations are designed to enable students to explore a topic through questions and hand-on experimentation. Learning experiences are developmentally appropriate. Further, the design of each investigation is flexible, enabling teachers to make decisions to meet the needs of students.

Adaptions to support the learning needs of all students are included at point of use throughout the material, and the material is available in English and Spanish. The English and Spanish versions mirror each other, enabling equivalent instruction in both languages.

Read Learning List’s full editorial review to learn more about how the material supports critical thinking and curiosity through inquiry and investigation. 

In addition to the editorial review, Learning List has completed a review of the material’s technology compatibility.  To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.

About Robert-Leslie*

Robert-Leslie’s mission is to “create and produce remarkable early childhood and family engagement products to ignite curiosity-based exploration and joyful learning for all young children.” They hope for children to achieve “their own kind of happiness, success, and contributions to the world.”

The products build on the natural curiosity that children possess. They encourage purposeful inquiry and encourage children to explore the world in which they live.

*Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Robert-Leslie.