“Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ.”
All curriculum is the same for Kindergarten and Dual Language Immersion Kindergarten.
The Kindergarten Music Curriculum emphasizes singing and movement activities that focus on basic musical elements.
The Kindergarten Curriculum (standards from IDOE Math, Reading, and Technology Education Curriculum) for computer:
The Kindergarten Curriculum for art will:
The Kindergarten CSI Curriculum studies the stories of The Old Testament and the life of Jesus to help students grow in their understanding of who God is and how He cares for His people. Kindergartners listen to storytelling, memorize scripture and participate in hands-on activities to learn and remember daily lessons.
The Kindergarten classes use the Everyday Math: University of Chicago Curriculum. The curriculum spirals topics so each is introduced and taught many times throughout the year.
The Kindergarten classes use the Macmillian/McGraw-Hill curriculum to introduce students to the world, and our place in it. Students also study beginning map and globe skills.
Kindergarten students are introduced to the Zaner-Bloser Handwriting Curriculum. Students are expected to form letters and numbers correctly by the end of the school year.
The Kindergarten Physical Education Curriculum closely follows the CSI Curriculum and its age-appropriate goals for this age group.
The Kindergarten Reading Curriculum uses the Pearson Scott Foresman Reading Street and also supplements with Explode the Code later in the year. Weekly homework is given to increase reading fluency and memorization of sight words. Reading Curriculum components:
The Kindergarten Pearson Science Curriculum teaches students how to observe, how to compare and sort during observation, what is a scientist, what is weather and what is living versus non-living.
Kindergarten students study either polar bears or penguins during the winter. Students observe hatching chicks in spring and learn about chick development and behavior. All the Kindergarten classes gather once-a-week for special Science experiences that are tied to Christian truths.
The Crown Point Christian School Kindergarten team has put together a helpful list of the ABC’s of Kindergarten. This list is designed to help you understand how the Kindergarten class runs and what is expected of both the child and the parent.