Our 3 year old program is specifically designed to help little minds grow and learn while having fun!

Below is a quick look into our 3 year old curriculum. For a deeper look please contact the school office.

Religion

  • Students will begin to understand the structural format of the Bible.
  • Through daily Bible readings students will begin to identify, recall, and retell stories of the Bible and Bible characters.
  • As we learn about the Bible and the life of Christ, students will start to understand that through Jesus we are forgiven and through Him is the only way to salvation.
  • With prayer incorporated in our everyday learning students will learn how to pray.

Language Arts

  • Print Awareness & Phonemic Awareness
  • Pre-reading Strategies: The student will be able to identify common objects in the pictures of books.
  • Fluency, Comprehension, and Response to Text
  • Information and Research: The student will access and use information from graphs and calendars when appropriate.
  • Writing Skills/ Conventions of Print , Stages and uses of Writing
  • Listening Skills and Oral Communication

Math

  • Students will learn to count objects one by one from one through five.
  • Whole number computation: The student will attempt to compare quantities of numbers using concrete manipulatives to determine more than, less than, same, and different
  • Money: The student will identify and count pennies.
  • Measurements, Calendar and time
  • Temperature: Through different activities students will identify cold, cool, worm, and hot.
  • Linear Measure: Students will experiment with measurable attributes of everyday objects (big/little, tall/short. etc.)
  • Capacity: The student will be able to compare and/or order containers by capacity.
  • Spatial relationships and geometric shapes
  • Patterns and Sequence
  • Be able to identify an object that doesn’t belong in a group and recognize patterns
  • Communication: The student will be able to ask questions and respond.

Science

  • Students will be able to classify things as living or nonliving.
  • Plants: Students will be able to identify what plants need.
  • Students will begin to develop awareness and respect for the Environment and living things. Along with observing and participating in a variety of activities related to preserving our Earth.
  • Students will observe, explore, and describe a variety of living things and where they live (people, plants, and animals).
  • Natural resources: The student will be able to collect, identify, and describe objects in the natural world (rocks, soil, leaves).
  • Students will develop an awareness of the four seasons (temperature, weather appropriate clothing, and changing leaves).
  • Investigating Matter: The student will explore a wide variety of objects and materials.
  • Heat, light, and sound energy: The student will investigate how the sun supplies light and heat to the Earth.
  • Motion: The student will select and become familiar with simple scientific tools ( magnifying glass, magnet).

Social Studies

  •  Student will begin to understand events that happened in the past.
  • Communities: The student will identify the three basic needs of all people: food, clothing, shelter.
  • Citizenship: The student will recognize the need for rules in the home, school, and community.
  • Economics: The student will develop a growing awareness of jobs and what is required to perform them.
  • American Icons: The student will identify important American symbols and begin to explain their meanings.
  • Geography: The student will begin to locate and describe familiar places (classroom, home, school, and restaurants).
  • Resources: The student will begin to identify natural resources.

Additional areas of educational, physical, and personal growth.

  • Music
  • Physical Development (PE)
  • Visual Art
  • Spanish
  • Technology
  • Social/Personal Skills
  • Cognitive skills