Kindergarten

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Kindergarten

Mrs. Green

Getting Schooling Started

Your child is ready for school! Starting kindergarten is an exciting time for both children and their parents. Knowing what to expect and being prepared can make the transition smoother for everyone. Socially, new friendships will form.  Academically, the journey is starting.  As your child prepares, help them get reading by practicing their letters, shapes, and numbers.

Active Learning

As your child enters kindergarten, they are being introduced to the academic and social aspects of school.  It is an exciting transition as their young minds explore deeper lessons in the core areas of Bible, reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. These students are also learning a more structured class schedule, responsibilities, and routines that teach them how to be independent, successful students.

The foundation your child receives in kindergarten will help them flourish in school for years to come. With a large focus on reading and writing, children begin to grow as independent readers and writers. Kindergartners have daily reading groups and independent classroom library time. Writing is explored through weekly journal practices, activities and special family-oriented projects throughout the year.

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Curriculum

Abeka (Advanced)

  • Handwriting

  • Humanities

  • Language Arts and Phonics

Great Minds

  • Eureka Math

Purposeful Design (ACSI)

  • Bible

  • Science

  • Spelling

Kindergarten Life