Kindergarten

5 - 6 Year Olds
  • Program Information

    Curriculum for Kindergarten (5-6 Years)

    Language Arts

    -Understand that reading progresses from left to right and top to bottom
    -Identify label and signs in the environment
    -Make predictions of what will happen next according to the pictures and content of the story
    -Identify and write the letters of the alphabet
    -Identify the beginning, middle and ending sounds of simple words
    -Construct and write simple words and short stories
    -Read simple words and short stories
    -Respond to simple questions about a reading material
    -Dictate stories and experiences
    -Show independent interest in reading related activities
    -Communicate needs, ideas, thoughts and feelings
    -Retell information and stories to others

    Mathematics

    -Recognize shapes, colors and structures in the environment
    -Write and count with understanding numbers 1-20
    -Understand to order objects in series or rows
    -Show and understand the concept of time and simple fractions
    -Sort, classify and make comparison of quantities
    -Solve simple addition and subtraction problems
    -Understand the use of measurement

    Science

    -Show understanding of changes in oneself and the environment
    -Know the basic needs of forces in nature
    -Describe the effects of forces in nature
    -Collect, describe and record information
    -Use senses to describe, observe and discover things
    -Know safety practices
    -Awareness of technology and how it affects our lives
    -Identify concepts associated with day/night and seasons
    -Use scientific tools such as thermometers and magnets for investigation

    Social Studies

    -Identify community workers and services they provide
    -Understand the concept of a family and its variations
    -Participate in voting as a way of making choices
    -Begin to understand the concept of leadership
    -Tell similarities and differences of people
    -Learning to think geographically

    Physical Development and Health

    -Participate in active play using gross and fine motor skills
    -Follow simple safety rules while participating in activities
    -Identify body parts and their functions
    -Act independently in caring for personal needs
    -Use socially acceptable ways to resolve conflict
    -Learn to increase endurance

    Fine Arts

    -Participate in dance, drama and music activities
    -Describe or respond to their own creative work or of others
    -Use creative arts as a way of self-expression

    Social Emotion Development

    -Express needs, thoughts, wants and feelings by using appropriate language
    -Show empathy and caring for others
    -Show some initiative and independence in actions
    -Show understanding in following rules and procedures
    -Engage in cooperative group play
    -Respect the rights of self and others
    -Develop relationship with children and adults
    -Manage transitions and begin to adapt to change in routines
    -Begin to share materials and experiences and take turns

    • We appreciate your hard work. In the future, when you will meet Tiffany being very successful in life, you will be very proud to know that if it was not for you, she wouldn’t be there. The foundation is very important. Congrats for the good job.

      -Tiffany Wanene
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