“Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.” – Fred Rogers
The Kindergarten year offers an experience full of creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and collaboration.
Kindergarten combines a balance of academics and social opportunities designed to meet the needs of each child. The teachers work to support and nurture students’ individual strengths and talents. Developmentally appropriate activities enrich the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth of each child. Stimulating and enjoyable experiences within the classroom setting and field trips into the community foster the child’s self-confidence as a learner.
Many thematic units focused on seasons, plants, and animals promote experiential learning. These units incorporate all aspects of the Kindergarten curriculum and increase students’ knowledge and understanding of the content. The Kindergarten curriculum is composed of daily lessons in literacy, math, science, and social studies.