Bible: Bible is integrated throughout the whole day. Bible time is set aside for the children to learn Bible lessons and often hands-on activities are used to help illustrate the lesson. Bible integration is even extended into learning centers and snack.
Phonics: Students are taught each upper and lower case letter of the alphabet, as well as the sound each letter makes. By mid-year students are practicing blending, and by the end of the year, students are blending and reading consonant-vowel-consonant words.
Handwriting: Students are instructed on proper grip, posture, spacing, and paper position. Students learn to print their own names. Proper formation of upper and lower case letters and numbers 1-20 are practiced.
Numbers: Students practice counting, number concepts for 1-20, graphing, and measurement using standing and non-standard units. Students are also taught concepts, such as more/less, longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, time, and temperature.
Readiness Skills: Students participate in a variety of age appropriate activities to encourage development socially, emotionally, spiritually, physically, and academically. Activities include manners training, large group playtime, small group learning centers, beanbag and scarf movement to music, rest time, art projects, and much more.