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Reading is one of the most important things children learn in the primary years. Our Kindergarten(4) program focuses on critical skills needed for reading readiness and future reading success. The curriculum is taught in a way that engages young minds and makes learning fun through songs, games, and practice activities. An individualized approach allows each student to experience growth and skill building. Students are given the opportunity to practice gross and fine motor control, are introduced to early phonics skills, build vocabulary, and increase comprehension through a variety of activities which are kinesthetic, auditory, and visual.
Our hands-on interactive math program focuses on developing strong shape and number concepts which are essential for a solid mathematical foundation. While learning often looks like play, the teacher facilitates development of skills in patterning, number recognition, counting, classifying, shapes and one-to-one correspondence, setting the stage for future math development.
The World Around Us
Young children love to learn facts and build up knowledge of historical figures and events as we explore them through holiday and seasonal celebrations. Students develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of community members and the world around them.
The goal of the science curriculum is to help instill a curiosity and wonder about the amazing world God created. Students soak up knowledge about the human body, animal characteristics, and plants through an experiential approach which fosters each child’s natural inquisitiveness and develops their powers of observation.
Students use many different media to express their creativity and explore the world of art. As they experience the creative process, they build confidence, increase fine motor skills, and feel confident and uninhibited in their ability to create art.
A Biblical worldview is central to all that we do in the Kindergarten(4) classroom and is integrated throughout the entire program. Students memorize Bible verses and learn many Bible stories, filling their hearts and imagination with the truly noble, God Himself. Each student learns of God’s great love through the learning activities in the classroom.
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