Pre-K (Suggested Ages 3 ½ -4 ½)
They develop the ability to show self-awareness, as well as offer respect and empathy.
SAMPLE ACTIVITY: Self Acceptance (Active Reading-The Bad Seed)
Milestone: Learning about self.
Desired Outcome: Begins using emotion words (e.g., “That hurt my feelings.”) to get needs met, as opposed to simply acting out needs.
Kindergarten (Suggested Ages 4 ½ -5 ½)
Children expand and explore the larger world through a historical lens and Biblical perspective. We begin to discover other countries, cultures, timelines.
SAMPLE ACTIVITY: Exploring the globe-creating personal TIMELINE
Milestone: Learning about self-teaching about personal and family history
Desired Outcome: Gains simple awareness of cultures and history.
Through large and small group instruction, routines, and independent work, children learn important mathematical concepts such as ordering (advanced), complex patterns, simple addition and subtraction. Children also advance in counting and number grouping.
SAMPLE ACTIVITY: MEASURING SCAVENGER HUNT
Desired Outcome: Measuring: Uses non-standard units (e.g., paper clips, coins, Legos) to measure length.
1st Grade (Suggested Ages 5 ½ -6 ½)
Children take an in-depth look at God's Story, followed by lessons on phonics to produce an independent reader. They are expected to be able to read without pictures or cues at this stage. Children begin to work independently on phonics, spelling, and handwriting skills. By mid-year, children are anticipated to be reading Bible stories in a beginning level Bible Reader (books at reader level 1-2/1st grade or advanced 2-3/2nd grade). Children will be able to identify parts of a story, make predictions, and write their own stories (distinguishing between fact and fiction).
Children become aware of peer acceptance and the complexities of friendships. Children begin to demonstrate individual preferences toward the acceptance of others-we encourage acceptance of all God’s children and expressively voice that we are all made in His image.
SAMPLE ACTIVITY: The unlikely “Z” the Story Of Zacchaeus
Milestone: Learning about acceptance.
Desired Outcome: Demonstrates acceptance of others, shows willingness to overcome discomfort to welcome new peers or individual’s that child has little to no exposure.
2nd Grade (Suggested Ages 6 ½ -7 ½)
Virtual and Hybrid Learners
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Flexible Options to Support Your Family
Is there uncertainty about what is happening in your school district? Potential scheduling issues? Disrupted routines? Don’t worry, we have you covered!
We’re here to support our virtual and hybrid learners during these uncertain times. We encourage small peer groups in both of our programs to bolster the education and safety of our children and to provide better one-on-one tutor instruction. Our structured, supervised program for elementary school students (Kindergarten through 5th grade) offers a great start and finish to every school day by allowing children to progress with their own educators in a virtual or hybrid setting. We fill in any gaps and assist as needed with educational tutoring and provide physical activities, crafts, reading/literature, healthy snacks, and a positive environment that fosters development and growth that closely mimics the average school day.
We provide several enrollment options and even offer a full-day option for those who need more support. Note that enrollment options are based on availability and must be paid in advance.