Kindergarten

2 rolls of paper towels

Bag or backpack

8 glue sticks

2 package Clorox or Lysol wipes

1 Box of Kleenex

1 Plastic Folder

1 Zipper Pencil Pouch (to keep at their desk)

Supply fee of $10 (this will go towards pencils & crayons that the teacher will purchase).

If your last name begins with A-M

          1 Box of large Ziploc bags

If your last name begins with N-Z

          1 Box of small Ziploc bags

1 pkg of EXPO markers

Mrs. Owen’s
Kindergarten Class Schedule

 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday                                Tuesday

8:00-8:30     Morning Work/Announcements                         8:00-8:30 Morning Work

8:30-9:15     Rug Time (Introduce Concepts)                         8:45-9:15 Chapel
                        Bible Story

9:15-9:45     Spalding/Handwriting                                        9:15-9:45 Rug Time

9:45-10:00   Snack/Restroom Break                                     9:45-10:00 Snack

10:00-10:30            Computer (M/W/F)                                 10:00-10:30 Spalding

10:00-10:30            Music (Th)

 

Everyday

10:30-11:00                Centers (M)
10:30-11:00                Spanish (T/Th)
10:30-11:00                PE (W/F)

11:00-11:30                Recess

11:30-11:55                Lunch

11:00-12:30              Word Work/Reading

12:30-1:00               Math

1:00-1:30                 Language

1:30-2:00                 Centers

2:00-2:20                 Social Studies (fall)/Science (spring)

2:20-2:30                 Clean Up/Pack Up

                                      PROGRAM FOR KINDERGARTEN

I. READING Educators Publishing Service:  First Reader

    A.  Verbal-meaning of words; vocabulary, alphabet

 

    B. Word fluency-speaking, retelling stories
    C. Memory
    D. Motor-eyes left to right
    E. Perception (perceptual-speed) Ability to recognize likeness and Differences -one symbol from another
    F. Listening-initial sounds-rhyming, storytelling
    G. Following directions
    H.Working independently
    I.Sequence of stories
    J.Comprehension-understanding and retaining material heard
     K.Distinguish real and make-believe, true and false
     L. Make conclusions and comparisons

     M. Enjoyment of literature

WRITING READINESS

 Spalding Direction on Writing Paper
Hand and eye movement and control
Small motor skill activities
Alphabet
Spalding Method of Letter Formation

 LANGUAGE ART READINESS

A. Listening – stories and poems

B. Speaking – poetry and prose

C. Retelling stories

D. Dramatization

E. Illustration

F. Discussion

G. Understanding sequence in stories

H. Show and tell

I. Alphabet

      IV..    MATHEMATICS – A Beka Book: Number Skills

Location positions, following directions – top, bottom, above, below, left, right
Classification – finding and identifying sets by color, shape, or size
Number and Numerals to 100 – order, counting, ordinal
Patterns – recognizing patterns; order, color, shape, or size
Geometry – shapes, box, cube, tent, ball, can rectangle, square, triangle, circle
Measurement – length, distance, area, time, money
Operations – Addition and Subtraction with numbers

SOCIAL STUDIES –  A Beka Book:  Community Helpers

       VI.   SCIENCE – A Beka Book:  God’s World

Health
Seeds
Animals
Seashore

E. Weather

F. Seasons

     VII.   MUSIC

Songs and hymns
Listening to CD’s

C.. Rhythms

D. Finger plays

E. Drama

F. Rhythm

     VIII. ART

Crayons
Clay
Creative activity – cutting, gluing
Finger painting
Chalk painting

      IX. CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS

Bible stories
Scripture learning
Prayers
Hymns
Chapel
A Beka Bible Curriculum

 CITIZENSHIP AND BEHAVIOR

Patriotic activities
Classroom behavior and attentiveness
Work habits
Respect for authority
Respect for others
Social maturity
Self-discipline

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Large motor skills
Coordination
Sportsmanship
Following directions
Basic children’s games – experience and knowledge

SPANISH
TESTING – Stanford Achievement Test
REPORTING

Nine-week report cards
Parent Conferences

Dress Code Grades PK-2nd

As the styles change and parents purchase clothing for the spring and summer seasons, we want to clarify the required dress code for Fredonia Hill Baptist Academy.

Caps should not be worn in school.
Principal has authority to make final decisions for questionable attire of students.
Tennis shoes MUST be worn to physical education.

For Chapel:
Boys wear long pants and a shirt with a collar. Girls wear dresses or skirts.  No see-through blouses that reveal undergarments or spaghetti straps.  Girls may wear leggings with their dresses or skirts.  The dresses or skirts must be finger-tip length.