Our kindergarten class utilizes a varied, fun and exciting curriculum. We believe that the freedom of the child to investigate his or her own areas of curiosity is important to the student’s development. Because of our small class size we are able to study subjects the students would like to learn about through their unique interests and abilities while incorporating that into our sight words, math concepts and core skills.
The students and teachers work together to create a safe, nurturing environment that fosters respect, responsibility, creativity and individuality both in the classroom and on the playground.
Our literacy program is developed to make learning phonics a fun experience while also introducing sight words. The teacher will keep track of individual student milestones to make sure they are progressing at the appropriate rate necessary and will meet with parents throughout the school year.
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See what our kindergarten class has been up to:
Our kindergarten class had great fun using a variety of Math Manipulatives! By using manipulative we can cater to the students’ current level and create a fun hands-on learning experience.
Our Kindergarten class enjoyed working together on their letter recognition.
This week is School Spirit week. From crazy hair day to pajama day let’s show our school spirit!
Our kindergarten class had a wonderful time learning about clouds. We learned the types of clouds and made our own clouds. We even had some fun in the sun spotting different clouds on our green school yard.
Our kindergarten class is learning about space! Our first presentation was about the sun. We then had some great fun making our very own sun catchers!
Whenever possible we try to incorporate hands-on activities. Our Kindergarten class is learning about addition. We used counters to practice joining two groups of numbers.
Our Kindergarten class spent the last couple of months learning about the different continents. Each student did a presentation about a specific place or monument in their chosen continent in front of the class with great success. We ending the unit by inviting our Owl and Hedgehog friends over to take a look at all our projects. North America […]
Last week we reaped our first harvest from our school garden. Everyone was so excited! The Kindergarten students were able to take home some lettuce to try at home. [Show slideshow]
Our Foxes (Kindergarten) started off their unit about Earth by planting our school garden. They tilled and sowed all week. Each student was responsible for planting one vegetable or fruit. We have everything from water melon to tomatoes to peas and carrots. We are hoping for an abundant crop so we can share a wonderful Spring Sallad! [Show slideshow]
Our Kindergarten class started their month about water by learning about the water cycle. Next week we’ll learn about water pollution followed but water animals and buoyancy.