Pre-Kindergarten 3

1 Nap Mat, Blanket, and Pillow
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)

2 containers of Baby wipes

Change of clothes

1 large can of Lysol Spray

1 Bottle of liquid hand soap

 

Girls – bring 1 small paper plates (cheap white plates are fine, no Styrofoam)

Girls – Sandwich Bags

 

Boys – bring 1 large paper plates (cheap white plates are fine, no Styrofoam)

Boys – Gallon Size Zip Lock Bags

Pre-K3 Class Schedule  
 
Monday/Wednesday/Friday

8:00-8:30 Arrival, Table games

8:30-9:00 Computer

9:00-9:30 Morning meeting( prayer, bible verse, bible songs, who’s here, happy helpers, calendar, concepts, and get up and wiggle songs)

9:30- 10:00 Potty time, wash hands, snack, story time

10:00-10:30 Recess with Coach Horn (Monday), Centers and Art (Wed & Fri)

10:30-11:00 Recess  11:00-11:30 Wash hands and lunch 11:30 Pick up for half day friends

11:30-12:00 Potty, wash hands, and story time

12:00-2:00 Rest time

2:00-3:00 Potty time, story time, table work, review, and ready backpacks

3:00 Pick up

*Library will be the last monday of every month 2:10-2:30
 
Tuesday/Thursday

8:00-8:40 Arrival, Table games, Morning meeting, Potty time

8:40-9:00 Chapel (Tuesday)

8:40-9:00 Snack time (Thursday)

9:00-9:30 Snack time (Tuesday) 

9:00-9:30 Center time and Art (Thursday)

9:30-10:00 Recess

10:00-10:30 Music

10:30-11:00 Spanish 

11:00-11:30 Wash hands and Lunch time

11:30 Pick up for half day friends

11:30-12:00 Potty time, wash hands, and story time

12:00-2:00 Rest time

2:00-3:00 Potty time, story time, table work, review, and ready backpacks

3:00 Pick up
 
 

PRE-KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM

 

VERBAL COMMUNICATION

Begin development of listening skills
Be given opportunities for conversation in group
Be given opportunity to present ideas to group and to listen to others for a short time
Learn to tell original stories or a story suggested by pictures
Learn many nursery rhymes, poems, and songs
Expand vocabulary through unit studies and books
Begin to learn basic Spanish vocabulary

 

SELF-EXPRESSION

Oral speaking-sentences
Retelling stories
Singing
Arts
Playing
Interest in word around him
Dramatization
Poetry

 

READING READINESS

Learn to properly produce alphabetic sounds (vowels and consonants) for Spalding Phonetic Method
Learn to develop visual discrimination through puzzles matching colors, pictures, geometric shapes, and other simple objects
Develop auditory discrimination through learning to become aware of initial sounds and rhyming words while listening to poems, nursery rhymes, and playing games
Learn to tell stories from pictures
Left-to-right eye-movement activities
Able to identify letters
Recognize patterns and likes/differences
Increase in general knowledge and build vocabulary (from various readings and activities)

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Science- nature study, weather, physical and earth science
Community helpers
Health
Holiday and seasonal units
Field trips

 

WRITING READINESS

Learn to hold and use markers, crayons, and pencils
Develop eye-hand coordination through appropriate educational toys
Small motor skills activities
Learn proper and safe use of scissors and simple cutting skills
Left-to-right hand movement activities

 

NUMBERS

Play finger games involving numbers
Learn numbers to ten and beyond
Count objects used in daily routine
Mark calendar

 

CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS

Bible stories
Scripture learning
Prayers
Chapel
ABeka Bible Curriculum

 

SPANISH

Vocabulary
Simple sentences

 

ART

Identify primary colors
Enjoy creative experience with art media:  crayons, painting, cutting, gluing, play-doh, collage materials, etc.
Learn new uses of familiar materials
Draw and write on paper

 

MUSIC

Songs
Listening
Rhythms
Develop eye-hand coordination skills
Improve and stimulate left/right brain interaction

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Practice balancing activities
Begin to develop small and large muscle control
Learn to relax and rest quietly
Sportsmanship
Learning acceptable behavior

 

REPORTING

Nine-week report cards
Spring conferences

Pre K Students:

Clothing worn by preschoolers should be easy to manipulate by child. Students should have a change of clothes at school in case of an accident.

 

Girls

*Leggings may be worn

*Shorts must be worn under dresses or skirts

*No overalls

*Closed toe shoes – no sandals or flip flops

*Belts may be worn only if they are able to unbuckle them EASILY by themselves

 

Boys

*T-shirts, shorts, pants, jeans, sweatpants are allowed

*Shirts must have sleeves

*No caps are allowed

*No overalls

*Closed toe shoes – no sandals or flip flops

*Belts may be worn only if they are able to unbuckle them EASILY by themselves

 

Chapel Dress Code

 

Chapel is on Tuesday

 

Pre K Students:

 

Girls

*Dress or skirt should be worn with shorts underneath

 

Boys

*Pants and a skirt with a collar. Shirt must be tucked in.