Pre-Kindergarten 3

Pre-Kindergarten 3 Supply List

keep for fall reference

  • One Color box
  • 6 boxes of 8 basic colors of Crayola crayons
  • 2 boxes of 16 count Crayola Crayons– no twistables
  • 1 Bottle Elmer’s Glue
  • 1 Box of kleenex
  • 6 rolls of paper towels
  • Full-sized backpack - preferably no rolling backpacks
  • 1 box of 8 Crayola markers
  • 3 containers Clorox wipes
  • 6 pack of Avery brand glue sticks (purple)
  • 1 Sports Bottle
  • 2 containers of Baby wipes
  • Change of clothes
  • Girls – bring 1 small paper plates (cheap white plates are fine, no Styrofoam)
  • Girls – coffee filters
  • Girls – 1 package of small wiggly eyes
  • Boys – bring 1 large paper plates (cheap white plates are fine, no Styrofoam)
  • Boys – 1 bag of cotton balls
  • Boys – 1 package of large wiggly eyes
  • Scissors
  • Pencils
  • 1 large can of Lysol Spray
  • Girls – Sandwich Bags
  • Boys – Gallon Size Zip Lock Bags

Schedule for Pre-Kindergarten

8:00 - 8:30 Arrival & Table Games

8:30 - 9:00 Circle Time
(prayer, Bible verse, Bible story, pledge, who's here, happy helpers, calender, get up and wiggle songs, concepts)

9:00 - 9:30 Wash hands, Snack, & Restroom

9:30 - 10:30 Center Time, Art, Table Work
(discovery, dramatic play, blocks, manipulatives, gross motor, library)

10:30 - 11:00 Recess

11:00 - 11:30 Water Break & Story Time

11:35 - 12:00 Lunch

12:00 Pick up for half day students

12:00 - 1:30 Restroom & Nap Time

1:30 - 2:30 Restroom, Water break, Story time, Table games, Pack backpacks & Pick up


Tuesday Chapel 8:45-9:15 (second semester)

Tuesday/Thursday/Friday Computer 9:40 - 10:00

Thursday Music 8:35 - 9:05

3rd Thursday of Month Library 2:00 - 2:20

Program for Pre-Kindergarten

I. VERBAL COMMUNICATION

A. Begin development of listening skills

B. Be given opportunity for conversation in group

C. Be given opportunity to present ideas to group and to listen to others for a short time (show & tell)

D. Learn to tell original stories or a story suggested by pictures

E. Learn many nursery rhymes, poems, songs, and hymns

F. Expand vocabulary through unit studies and books

G. Begin to learn basic Spanish vocabulary

II. SELF-EXPRESSION

A. Oral speaking-sentences

B. Retelling stories

C. Singing

D. Arts

E. Playing

F. Interest in world around him

G. Dramatization

H. Poetry

III. READING READINESS - Listening to Speech Sounds by Empress Young Zedler, Ph.D.,

Wheels, and Surprise Yourself, Practice Books, Xerox Education Services

A. Learn to properly produce alphabetic sounds (vowels and consonants) for Spalding

Phonetic Method

B. Learn to develop visual discrimination through puzzles matching colors, pictures,

geometric shapes, and other simple objects

C. Develop auditory discrimination through learning to become aware of initial sounds

and rhyming words while listening to poems, nursery rhymes, and playing games.

D. Learn to tell stories from pictures

E. Left-to-right eye-movement activities

F. Able to identify letters

G. Recognize patterns and likes/differences

H. Increase in general knowledge and build vocabulary (from various readings and activities)

IV. SOCIAL STUDIES

A. Science-nature study, weather, physical and earth science

B. Community helpers

C. Health

D. Holiday and seasonal units

E. Field trips

V. UNITS TO BE COVERED

A. Friends

B. Colors

C. Shapes

D. Nursery Rhymes

E. Fall

F. Harvest Time

G. Family

H. Animals

I. Pets

J. Thanksgiving

K. Winter

L. Christmas

M. Five Senses

N. Valentine’s Day

O. Washington’s Birthday

P. Lincoln’s Birthday

Q. St. Patrick’s Day

R. Easter

S. Spring

T. Community Helpers

U. Dinosaurs

V. Circus

W. Ocean

X. Transportation

VI. WRITING READINESS

A. Learn to hold and use chalk, crayons, and pencils

B. Develop eye-hand coordination through appropriate educational toys

C. Small motor skills activities

D. Learn proper and safe use of scissors and simple cutting skills

E. Left-to-right hand movement activities

VII. NUMBERS

A. Play finger games involving numbers

B. Learn numbers to ten and beyond

C. Count objects used in daily routine

D. Mark calendar

VIII. CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS

A. Bible stories

B. Scripture learning

C. Prayers

D. Hymns

E. Church worship experience

F. Beka Bible Curriculum

IX. ART

A. Identify primary colors

B. Enjoy creative experience with art media: crayons, easel painting, finger painting, cutting, pasting, clay, colored chalk, collage materials, etc.

C. Learn new uses of familiar materials

D. Draw on paper and on chalk board

X. MUSIC

A. Songs

B. Listening

C. Rhythms

D. Rhythm Band

E. Develop eye-hand coordination skills

F. Improve and stimulate left/right brain interaction

XI. PHYSICAL EDUCATION

A. Practice balancing activities

B. Begin to develop small and large muscle control

C. Learn to relax and rest quietly

D. Sportsmanship

E. Learning acceptable behavior

XIII. REPORTING

A. Nine-week report cards

B. Conferences

1. Mid-year

2. End-of-year

Dress Code Grades Pk-2

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.