PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM 

Children are like sponges soaking up their environmental cues and experiences at a rapid pace.  It is with this knowledge that our teachers direct students in a variety of lessons aimed at taking advantage of their natural curiosity and developing memories.

Students are engaged in a variety of activities to advance their fine and gross motor skills, social-emotional strength, handwriting, number sense, word recognition, and memory work.

EXAMPLE PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM

PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM 

Children are like little sponges! They soak up information rapidly from the world around them.  Our excellent preschool teachers capitalize on this natural curiosity, providing a wide variety of lessons to challenge and engage their developing minds.

Throughout the school year, these lessons develop gross and fine motor skills, social-emotional strength, handwriting, number sense, word recognition, and memory work.

EXAMPLE PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM

Reading:​

  • Learn alphabet: upper and lower case

  • Recognize single sounds and whole words

  • Narrate classic children's stories

  • Memorize nursery rhymes

  • Build vocabulary

  • Boost listening skills

Writing:​

  • Print legible letters and numbers 

  • Learn proper pencil grip

  • Recognize, spell, and write first name

 
Math:

  • Identify numerals 1 to 10

  • Sort items by shape, size, and pattern

  • Distinguish between Same/Different and More/Less

  • Study time-related concepts such as Day/Night

 

Gross Motor Skills:

  • Gym once a week

  • Outside recess daily (weather permitting)

  • Active play for inside recess

 

Social Skills:

  • Practice problem-solving skills in social situations

  • Use manners: please, thank you, excuse me, table manners

  • Share and communicate with respect 

  • Memorize personal information:(name, address, etc) 

  • Explore types of work, workers, and transportation

In addition, we look forward to offering events such as a Christmas concert and community projects to help those in need.

Science:

  • Explore the world through the five senses and nature walks

  • Observe seasonal weather and plant life 

  • Identify basic colors and explore color mixing

  • Investigate animals, plants, and insects

 

Creative Arts:

  • Explore a variety of art processes

  • Sing traditional songs and hymns 

  • Create music using children’s instruments

 

Religion:

  • Recognize that the natural world is God’s creation

  • Appreciate that God created families 

  • Be acquainted with age-appropriate Bible stories

  • Learn and practice the Golden Rule

  • Pray aloud before school and before snack