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4's (Pre-K) Curriculum

 
Teacher directed activities include numbers, letters, days, months, seasons, Bible stories, songs, and finger plays. Activities for the development of fine motor skills include coloring, cutting, gluing, and manipulating objects.
 
BIBLE
Bible stories, scripture memory, prayer, and sharing time.
Opportunity to ask for prayer and give thanks to God for special things.
Bible characteristics
Chapel every Monday
 
PRE-READING
Recognize similarities and differences among pictures, shapes, letters and words. Identify details that are missing from pictures and sequencing.
Identify parts of objects and whole objects to which they belong.
Follow directional paths from left to right and top to bottom.
Recognize the 26 letters of the alphabet and the sound each one makes.
Introduced to the formation of the 26 upper and lower case letters of the alphabet.
 
MATH
Develop appropriate math language.
Match one-on-one.
Understand quantity (more or less).
Sequence events (before and after).
Ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc…).
Recognize and print numerals 1 – 10.
 
CENTERS
Dramatic Play: Building social and self-help skills.
Blocks: Building large and small motor skills.
Science: Critical thinking and eye-hand coordination.
Art: Creativity through different art forms, open ended art is encouarged.
Math: Critical thinking, measuring, weighing, patterning.
Language: Learning the letters with hands on activities.
 
SOCIAL SKILLS
The use of good manners, using your words to handle situations, lining up, sharing, etc.
 
PLAYGROUND ACTIVITIES
Development of large motor skills, kicking balls, riding trikes, running, tumbling, outside classroom environment where the playground is an extension of the classroom with centers available such as water table, sand table, puzzles, bubbles, art, blocks, etc.
 
SAFETY
All students will participate in monthly fire drills and occasional “lock down” drills.

 

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