OUR PROGRAM
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Kindergarten Curriculum:


     My Father's World is our kindergarten curriculum. Its focus is on God's Creation from A to Z. My Father's World is a hands-on learning adventure that uses thematic units to teach the wonders of God's creation, with lessons designed to teach reading and children's literature, math, science, creative thinking, character development, art and music. With additional focus on Bible lessons, My Father's World is designed to get children ready for first grade by meeting the standards set out in the Common Core through the use of classical education systems.



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Preschool Curriculum:


     Our preschool curriculum includes Wee Learn, Handwriting without Tears, Mathematics Their Way, Zoo Phonics, and Sing, Spell, Read and Write. Each of these programs are designed to help children advance developmentally by using age appropriate, hands-on, play based, thematic learning units. Pre-reading, pre-writing and beginning math skills are introduced through crafts, games and activities that children enjoy, making learning fun. The curriculum is flexible so that each student can progress at his or her own pace.



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Reading readiness:


     Letters and their sounds are introduced along with fine motor and manipulative skills such as left to right orientation and eye-hand coordination.






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Mathematical development:


    Mathematical concepts are introduced including numerical figures, counting, simple addition and subtraction, basic geometry and spatial awareness.







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Spiritual development:


    The children experience love and concern in a Christian atmosphere and are taught to pray daily. They learn more about God and how He has made Himself known through His Son, Jesus, by attending weekly chapel services, where singing, prayer, and object lessons are experienced.






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Physical development:


    Outdoor activities include state-of-the-art outdoor play structures and other toys designed to develop gross motor skills. When weather does not permit outdoor play, indoor physical activities include ride-on toys, balance and climbing structures, jumping rope, games, and other toys.






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Artistic appreciation:


    Various art media are employed daily to allow freedom of expression and emotional release. Art media also encourages fine motor skill development.







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Music appreciation:


    Basic music skills are taught through the use of rhythm band and other beginner's instruments. The children have daily opportunities to sing and develop an appreciation for music.







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