Kindergarten

Kindergarten Supply List

keep for fall reference

  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • Bag or backpack
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 2 package Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • 1 bottle glue – small size
  • 1 pair small Fiskars brand scissors
  • 1 Box of Kleenex
  • 1 Plastic Folder
  • Supply fee of $5 (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

Kindergarten Schedule

  • 8:00-8:30   Arrival & Table Work
  • 8:30-9:15   Morning Meeting (Prayer, Bible Story, Pledge, Calendar, Review, Phonograms & Numbers, Daily News
  • 9:15-9:30   Snack and Restroom
  • 9:30-9:50   Spalding
  • 9:50-10:00   Get Up and Move/Music
  • 10:00-10:30   Math
  • 10:30-11:30   Centers
  • 11:35-12:00   Lunch
  • 12:00-12:30   Recess or Spanish
  • 12:30-1:00   Rest at Desk
  • 1:00-2:00   Centers, Social Studies or Science
  • 2:00-2:30   Pack Backpacks, Show and Tell, Story, Go Home

Monday/Wednesdays----12:00-12:25----Spanish

Tuesdays----8:45----Chapel

Thursdays----8:10-8:35----Music

Tuesday/Thursday/Friday----10:30-11:00----Computer

Tuesday/Thursday----1:40-2:00----P.E.

3rd Thursday of Month----Library

Program for Kindergarten

  1. READING READINESS – Science Research Associates Books

PRIMARY PHONICS - First Readers, Educators Publishing Service

  • Verbal-meaning of words; vocabulary, alphabet
  • Word fluency-speaking, retelling stories
  • Memory
  • Motor-eyes left to right
  • Perception (perceptual-speed) Ability to recognize likeness and Differences -one symbol from another
  • Listening-initial sounds-rhyming, storytelling
  • Following directions
  • Working independently
  • Sequence of stories
  • Comprehension-understanding and retaining material heard
  • Distinguish real and make-believe, true and false
  • Make conclusions and comparisons
  • Enjoyment of literature
  1. WRITING READINESS-Pencil, Crayons, Paper, Workbooks, Art Activities, Chalk Slates, Spalding Direction in Writing Tablets
  • Hand and eye movement and control
  • Small motor skill activities
  • Alphabet
  • Spalding Method of Letter Formation
  1.  LANGUAGE ART READINESS
  • Listening – stories and poems
  • Speaking – poetry and prose
  • Retelling stories
  • Dramatization
  • Illustration
  • Discussion
  • Understanding sequence in stories
  • Show and tell
  • Alphabet
  1. MATHEMATICS – A Beka Book Coompany
  • Location positions, following directions – top, bottom, above, below, left, right
  • Classification – finding and indentifying 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, trangle, circle
  • Measurement – length, distance, area, time, money
  • Operations – Addition and Subtraction with numbers
  • PHONICS – Spalding Symbol – sound Relations
  • Consonant and Vowel sounds
  • Tablets and Chalkboards
  • Pictures and Charts
  • Flash Cards
  • Records and games
  1. SOCIAL STUDIES – Units, Weekly Reader, Picture Packets
  • Seasons
  • Science
  • Holidays
  • Home and community
  • Field trips
  • Geography
  • History
  1. MUSIC
  • Songs and hymns
  • Listening to cd’s
  • Rhythms
  • Finger playsDrama
  • Rhythm band
  1. ART
  • Crayons
  • Clay
  • Creative activity – cutting, gluing
  • Finger painting
  • Chalk painting
  • Paper mache
  • Collages
  • Easel painting
  • Murals
  1. CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS
  • Bible stories
  • Scripture learning
  • Prayers
  • Hymns
  • Church Worship Experience
  • A Beka Bible Curriculum
  1. CITIZENSHIP AND BEHAVIOR
  • Patriotic activities
  • Classroom behavior and attentiveness
  • Work habits
  • Respect for authority
  • Respect for others
  • Social maturity
  • Self-discipline
  1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • Large motor skills
  • Coordination
  • Sportsmanship
  • Following directions
  • Basic children’s games – experience and knowledge
  1. SPANISH
  2. TESTING – Metropolitan Readiness Test
  3. REPORTING
  • Nine-week report cards
  • Parent conferences
    1. Mid-year
    2. End-of-year

Dress Code (Grades Pre-K - 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.
  • Flip-flops are not allowed at any time.
  • Principal has authority to make final decision for questionable attire of students.
  • Tennis shoes MUST be worn to physical education.

For Chapel

Boys wear long pants & a shirt with a collar. Girls wear dresses, skirts or jumpers. No see-through blouses that reveal undergarments or spaghetti straps. Girls may wear leggings with their dresses, skirts, or jumpers. The dresses, skirts, or jumpers must be finger-tip.