Religion: Through songs, stories, class prayer services, and interaction with their peers, the kindergarten child learns the gospel values of community, faith, hope, courage, love, reconciliation, service, and justice.
• Includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
• Letter recognition, letter-sound association, letter formation, and basic sight words are taught through stories, playing games, singing, interactive notebooks, making books, and journal writing.
• Patterning, naming shapes, counting to 120, number recognition, adding and subtracting numbers through 10, ordering of numbers, and calendar concepts
• Math concepts are taught through a variety of activities such as math games, graphing, whole group instruction, math centers, interactive notebooks, and stories.
• Develop an awareness, cooperation, and appreciation of themselves and others as members of a community
• Understand that all groups need rules and standards
• Learn to express feelings appropriately
• Learn about traffic, fire, and personal safety
• Explore elements of the scientific process (observe, predict, gather data)
• Life cycles of plants, animals, and insects
Enrichment: Students attend weekly enrichment classes for library, music, PE, and Art.