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Holy Trinity’s Kindergarten classes build on what students learned in pre-k while teaching students new skills for academic growth.
Below is a quick look into our kindergarten curriculum. For a deeper look please contact the school office.
Furthering the understanding of the concepts taught in our Pre- K classes such as the structural format of the Bible, identifying, recall, and retell stories of the Bible and Bible characters and how to pray.
Realize God’s blessings in the Christian life.
Memorize the chief parts of the Christian faith.
Recall Scripture from memory and apply it to comfort and encourage others, to witness to others and fight the temptations of Satan.
Make applications from Bible stories to daily life.
Teach stewardship in relation to time, talents, and funds for care of God’s creation.
Teach how to live a Christian lifestyle in service to God and others, using gifts of the Spirit and demonstrating Christ-like love.
Fear, love and trust in God above all things.
Print Awareness: The student will identify characteristics of written language and develop strategies to interpret and comprehend written text.
Phonemic Awareness: The student will learn and apply phonic and word analysis skills in decoding words and demonstrate the ability to detect and change sounds in spoken language.
Prereading Strategies: The student will apply a variety of prereading strategies to preview, use prior knowledge, formulate questions, and predict and establish purposes for reading.
Fluency, Comprehension, and Response to Text: The student will read regularly in independent and instructional level texts, develop self-monitoring and correction strategies to comprehend grade-level fiction selections and respond to text through a variety of activities.
Information and Research
Writing Skills/Conventions of Print: The student will demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing.
The student will develop and practice effective oral communication and listening skills.
The student will understand the relationship between numbers and quantities.
Measurement: The student will explore the concepts of standard and nonstandard measurement.
Learn to identify common geometric shapes and explore the relationship of objects in their environment.
The student will sort and classify objects and analyze simple patterns by sorting and grouping.
Problem Solving: The student will solve mathematical problems.
Communication: The student will communicate his/her understanding of mathematical ideas, using mathematical language, symbols, and models.
Mathematical Reasoning: The student will recognize patterns, classify and sort, solve and explain spatial problems.
Connections: The student will connect math to all aspects of everyday life.
Life Science: The students will classify things as living and non-living, differentiate between plant and animal, describe a variety of living things and where they live, and understand that God created all plants and animals.
Earth Science: The student will learn about how water and land are different, learn about preserving our Earth, observe daily weather conditions, and identify characteristics of the four seasons.
Physical Science: The student will develop an awareness of the properties of some objects, classify, compare and contrast objects, and measure solids and liquids, energy, and gravity.
The students will experiment and investigate with objects to discover information.
The students will analyze characteristics of communities and his/her role as a citizen in a community.
Economics: The student will understand basic economic elements found in communities.
American Icons: The student will learn about our country through its symbols.
Geography: The student will demonstrate knowledge of basic geographic concepts.
Resources: The student will demonstrate knowledge of natural resources and how people use them.
Additional areas of educational, physical, and personal growth.
Physical Development (PE)