FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in your hands, wrists and fingers. We work on developing these skills throughout the school year.
GROSS MOTOR SKILLS
Gross motor skills are those which require whole body movement and involve the large muscles groups. They also includes eye-hand coordination skills as well.
Religion is integrated in all aspects of our curriculum. Our weekly religion program is Seeds, which follows the Sunday Gospel. We strive to be the consummate “Bucket Fillers”.
Virtues of the month
Advanced mathematical skills are based on an early math foundation—just like a house is built on a strong foundation. Students are beginning to formulate their early math skills through real-life experiences and manipulatives.
Days & months
Recognizing today, tomorrow & yesterday
Comparing more than, less than & equal to
Measurement with nonstandard units
Printing of digits
To instill a love of reading and develop the ability to comprehend what is read.
Tracking print left to right
Differentiating between letters and numbers
Recognition of upper & lower cases letters and their sounds
Printing upper & lower case letters
Listening to stories, retelling stories & recognizing main characters
Risa y sonrisas
The children will be developing their language skills in basic Spanish through a variety of activities including songs, games, conversations, and simple reading and writing exercises
Topics of discussion revolve around observation, predicting and questioning the world in which we live.
Animal habitats & adaptations
Life cycles of plants & animals
Weather / Seasons
Dental health & healthy habits
Introduction to communities, holidays and the world we which we live.
Our country / Pledge of Allegiance / states
Holidays and traditions
Communities and their helpers