Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum Overview Where Learning and Laughter grow in Faith
We offer PreK for ages 3 and 4.
This multi-age classroom features classes for both half day 7:45am to 11:00am and
full day from 7:45am to 2:30pm.
We have before and after school extended care available for a
small additional fee.
We feature small faith filled classes,
individual care with a comprehensive Catholic formation.
We have a large full size gymnasium, daily hot lunch, weekly music classes and library
Technology is used in the classroom to enhance learning with Chromebook use and PC in the classroom.
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Religion: Hail Mary, Bless Us O' Lord, and Our Father are taught on a daily basis throughout the year. In January the children start to attend weekly Mass. Everyday our children learn about their faith through the Image of God series from Ignatus Press.
Math: Number recognition, number quantity, one to one correspondence, shapes, sequencing, matching and addition/subtraction.
Language Arts: The Reading and Language program consists of the following activities: letter of the week, alphabet books, Nationally known Rowland Reading SuperKids readers and Scholastic's Weekly Reader.
Science: Let's Find Out Magazine, Fire/Health Unit, and various other seasonal topics. STEM learning and inquiry through blocks, and building projects.
Social Studies: Seasonal Themes, National figures, Community helpers, work or phone numbers, and address identification.
Handwriting: Our handwriting series Get Set For School teaches the children how to write letters, numbers and shapes.
P.E.: We work on our gross motor skills. No gym uniforms needed. Time daily in our full size gymnasium to play and work on social skills.
Music: Weekly class with our Music Director includes: classroom songs, simple instruments, as well as thematic songs to help us learn rhythm as well as reinforce concepts being taught.
Art: Seasonal activities including: painting, coloring, cutting, gluing, and tearing to help define fine motor skills.
Is My Child Ready for Preschool? Here are a few questions to ask yourself in order to help you answer this question.
Is your child independent?
Has your child spend time away from you?
Is your child used to keeping a regular schedule?
Is your child ready to participate in group activities?