EARLY CHILDHOOD (PRE-K THROUGH K)
In our Early Childhood Program we use monthly themes to help the children identify the alphabet, numbers, colors, and shapes throughout the year. Hands-on activities are a big part of our curriculum and we love to experience and explore the amazing
world God has created.
We also learn about becoming more independent and how to do things for ourselves, such as putting on our own jackets and writing our own names. We learn how to get along with others, how to share, and how to show God’s love to each other. Learning all about God and His great love is a very important part of our time at school. We incorporate God’s Word into all that we do in our classrooms.
Pre-K3 & K4
Creation, Noah, Boy Samuel, Daniel, Boyhood of Jesus, Zacchaeus, Good Samaritan
Salvation Series, Genesis, Life of Christ, Missionary Stories
Students sharpen their listening skills, follow directions, and practice hand-eye coordination as they learn number concepts 1–15.
Children learn to recognize and understand the concepts of numbers. By the end of the year, they will be able to count from 1 to 100, recognize numbers 1–20, distinguish before and after numbers, and answer simple combinations.
Reinforcement of number concepts and formation through 100, addition and subtraction combinations, number sequences, number words, telling time, and working with money.
Introduction to God’s plan for the universe. Units on the five senses, the weather, seasons, seeds, animals, and the seashore all show the amazing wonders of God’s design in this world He has created
Introduction to community helpers, beginnings of American history, interesting features of countries around the world, and simple geography.
English Language Arts
Recognition of name, sound, and picture for short vowels and consonants Formation of vowels and consonants in upper and lower case
Phonics and Reading: Recognition of name, sound, and picture of long and short vowels and consonants. Sounding of blends and one and two-vowel words. Reading of sentences and stories with one- and two-vowel words.
Language: Language development and listening skills that include color, words, shapes, animals, transportation, countries, community helpers, health, safety, manners, science.
Phonics and Reading: Recognition of name, sound, and picture of long and short vowels and consonants. Sounding of blends, one- and two-vowel words, and words with special sounds. Beginning phonics rules and special sounds.
Language: Recognition of sentences by capital letters and periods. Rhyming words Opposites.