Pre-Kindergarten

The Pre-K class is a one-year program designed to build skills the students need for a strong start in Kindergarten. This program focuses on classroom routines and behaviors, academic readiness and fine motor skills, and it uses a variety of activities that match the age and frame of Pre-K students. The students sing, hear stories, play games, draw, paint, and create crafts as they learn letters and numbers, pre-reading skills (phonics), and the new experience of learning in a classroom setting.

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Curriculum

Here’s some of what Pre-K covers:

Pre-Kindergarten
Bible
  • Overview of God’s Word from Genesis to Revelation
  • Memory work
  • Singing hymns
Reading
  • Listening to classic children’s literature
  • Phonograms for all 26 letters
Math
  • Counting
  • Sorting
  • Graphing
  • One-to-one correspondence
  • Shapes
Fine motor skills
  • Writing
  • Coloring
  • Cutting
  • Painting
Science
  • Pumpkins
  • Insects
  • Plants
Art
  • 1 / week
Music
  • 1 / week