Kindergarten News & Events
Life As a Kindergartner
- Begin to bridge the gap between a solely play based learning to a more structured and formally learning style.
- We allow children to become more prepared for the desks and structure of an elementary school classroom.
- Social skills and expectations are learned and practiced.
- We learn to accept and love ourselves and each other as God loves us.
- Language development and literacy are strong components of our curriculum through songs, chants, counting and listening.
- We begin a journey of reading through the use of books, pictures, writing and reading and daily practice.
- Children will strengthen the knowledge and understanding of letters and what they represent, and begin to explore and learn how to put them together to create something meaningful.
- Science and Social Studies are also used as a support and motivator to literacy. This curiosity can stimulate their desire to read thus providing a new literacy opportunity and a chance to learn about the world God created.
- Activities help bridge the social and academic gap between preschool and first grade.
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