Students will engage with the stories of the Bible and the Christian faith through Godly Play.
Early Childhood Curriculum
Three year olds build a solid foundation of the Spanish language by learning the basic vocabulary of the Spanish Circle Time.
Students practice their learned vocabulary and create simple sentences.
Pre-K Math focuses on developing an understanding and mastering skills in basic math concepts
The Language Arts Curriculum promotes a love for language and reading.
The Bridge Kindergarten science curriculum focuses on developing students' curiosity for exploring nature and cause and effect.
Students work individually and in groups to engage in higher level math skills such as using ten frames, subitizing groups up to 10, adding and subtracting, and comparing and measuring using rulers, strings and other manipulatives.
Through various curriculum apps such as Letterland Phonics and Building Blocks Math, students use tablets and videos to enhance their knowledge of letters, letter sounds, letter formations and mathematical competencies including numbers 0-20, sequencing, comparing, sorting, graphing, and two and three dimensional shapes.
Exploring multiculturalism and inclusiveness, students learn about ethnicity and numerous cultures through books, music, interactive play with others, engaging in cooking projects with diverse foods, sharing family stories and photos.
Students expand their vocabulary acquired through the previous years while learning the additional vocabulary topics of verbs/actions, clothing items and parts of the body.
Three-Year-Old Classes engage in hands-on science activities with the goal of laying the foundation of science concepts.
Pre-Kindergarten science emphasizes inquiry, critical thinking, and creative problem solving.
The phonics based curriculum, Letterland, is used in Early Childhood and promotes learning of letters and letter sounds through story-based characters.
Letterland, a phonics based curriculum, is used in Pre-K classrooms and encompasses phonemic awareness, phonics, spelling, and handwriting. Students practice writing and recognizing lower and upper case letter, as well as letter sounds.
Students develop foundational math skills through hands-on, multisensory, engaging and fun lessons and activities.
Early Childhood students participate in enrichment classes throughout the week that encourage children to explore a variety of activities outside of their classroom.