Kindergarten Program 2017-10-28T14:36:52+00:00



• Linking letters to sounds
• Blending sounds to words
• Understanding spelling patterns/Rhyme Family of words (pig, big, wig etc.)
• Recognition of sight words –High frequency words and understand “Function Words” and “Content” (words that is seen and used daily)
• Understand digraphs (th, sh etc.), antonyms (sit, stand, cold, hot, etc.), synonyms (words that are the same, boat, ship, cap, hat, etc.), homophones (words that sounds the same but have different meaning), and compound words (peanut butter, sea shells, etc.), syllables (division of words, table, begin, super, etc.).
• Grammar, usage and mechanics
• Understand a story sequence
• Comprending a simple storyline
• Develop Creativity: Create and write simple stories and poems


Every week, students will be given a book and or a poem to practice reading. Reading out loud with his/her poem and or book will be done in class every Friday. Students will be required to do a current affair assignment each week. Assignments can be in drawing or in writing and presented to the class each Friday.


• Counting to 200
• Counting forward and backwards by ones, twos, fives, tens, etc.
• Identify the numbers that comes before and after a given number.
• Identify the missing number.
• Writing numbers 1 – 200 in order and out of order
• Place value, ten and ones, greater than and less than.
• Understanding the concept of addition and subtraction facts 1 – 20, adding doubles and solving word problems.
Money: counting and combining pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, 1 to 10 dollar bills. • Adding and subtracting money.
Geometry: identify and describe spatial relationships among objects in space and their shapes and size.
• Understanding congruence.
Calendar: recognize the months of the year, learning number of days in each month and how days in each year. • Time: telling time to hour, half-hour, quarter past and five minutes interval. Learn about digital and analog clock. • Fraction: recognize one half, one third and one fourth and a group of objects.
Time Telling: telling time to hour, half- hour, quarter past and five mintues interval. Learn about digital and analog clock.
Fraction: recognize one half, one third and one fourth and a group of objects.
Measurement: linear measures of time, capacity, dozen, half dozen measurement and ounces
in pound, comparing weight.
Temperature: reading and setting thermometer, concept of degrees.


• Germs: understand what germ is and how to be germ free.
• Learn about living and non-living things
• Identify various food groups and the importance of eating healthy.
• Discover and explore various plants and animals.
• Learn about fruit, vegetables and seeds.
• Explore properties of matter, force and magnet.
• Explore and observe heat, light and sound.
• Learn about natural disaster.
• Explore and observe things in Earth surface and Earh in space (Solar System).


• Safety at home and in public
• Address/Phone Number
• Character Building
• Community Builders
• Community Helpers
• People Just Like Me (Famous Inventors) Government: Mayor of the City where I live (his/her job, Senator of my state (his/her job), who is the House of Representative (their job), who is Congress (their job), who is the vice-president (his job) and who is the president of the Unites States, and what is his job.


In each classroom centers are developed giving our students an opportunity for developing self- confidence and practice decision- making, resolved conflicts, work as a team, work individually and seek help when necessary. Building self-confidence: Our program is also designed to meet every child’s needs, understanding not two children is a like. Our Lesson plan are designed with our students in mind, challenging the ones who are a little advance, and scaling back for students who may need the additional students.


Included in our program are schedule trip to enhance our student’s learning. Trips may include the fire station, post office, farmers market, museums, etc.