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Kindergarten provides a crucial foundation for a child's educational journey, helping them build a positive attitude towards learning and fostering their overall growth and development during these formative years.




  • Phonics & word recognition

  • Concepts of print

  • Phonological awareness

  • Identification of key ideas and details in text

  • Comprehension of both fiction and non-fiction literature

  • Oral language, vocabulary and communication development

  • Beginning writing skills

Social Studies

Impact social studies helps students gain building blocks for critical thinking,develop strong reading and writing foundation. It helps build skills that teach students what it means to be a responsible and active citizen.

Fine and Gross Motor Skills

  • Cutting

  • Pasting

  • Grasping writing materials

  • Letter Formation

  • Number Formation

  • Running

  • Jumping

  • Passing

  • Kicking


  • Using numbers to represent quantities

  • Solving quantitative problems

  • Counting objects in a set or counting out a given number of objects

  • Joining or separating objects in simple situations

  • Comparing sets or numerals

  • Solving and describing simple equations

  • Describing 2 & 3 dimensional shapes in different sizes and orientations

  • Using basic shapes to model objects in their environment

  • Constructing complex shapes

Students in kindergarten through fourth grade have the opportunity to utilize project-based learning techniques in designing toys, solving real-world problems,building robots, and learning programming using kodable, and Wonder robots. TWIG science taps into the exploratory nature of students, engages them in learning that feels like play, and encourages them to keep discovering.

Social Emotional

  • Peer interactions

  • Responding to stressors

  • Processing their thoughts and feelings both in and out of the classroom


Students use elements and principles of art, observation and prior knowledge, art
vocabulary, ideas from culture and history, learn about artists and their famous
artwork, to convey meaning and awareness in their own works of art.

Students explore robotics using Dash robots. Coding, movement, obstacles,
constructing, teamwork.

Physical Education:
Movement, safety rules and procedures, protecting body, warm-up and cool-down techniques, hydration importance, offensive and defensive tactics, muscle strength during specific movements, stretching, service size, physical goals and accomplishments, technology, mental/emotional, physical, and social health.

Provide access to a broad range of literature and informational reading
materials. Strategies and skills are reinforced to meet the needs of learners at
each developmental stage. Skills and concepts taught in the classroom are
reinforced during this time. Students select accelerated reader books to read at
home and read during library time.

Students gain access to computer skills. Practice using a keyboard, mouse, and
learn to navigate computer resources. Students in 4th grade are also introduced
to creating a yearbook, learn design and photography skills.

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