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PRE-3 CURRICULUM

1. Pre-3 students will be introduced to the following:

    a. ALPHABETS: recite & learn to identify

    b. PHONICS: learn the sounds of the alphabets

                       in preparation for reading

    c. COLORS: learn the primary

                     secondary colors

    d. NUMBERS: rote counting &

                       identification of numbers

    e. SHAPES: learn the five basic shapes

The pre-3 curriculum will emphasize name, alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, body parts, recognition and recitation.  The memorization of telephone numbers, addresses, parents' name, etc. also will introduced to the child.  

Pre-4 Curriculum

The Pre-4 curriculum reinforce the skills learned in Pre-3 and prepares the student for Kindergarten.

1. Skills in the following areas are 

   strengthened:

    a. Self-help

    b. Fine and Gross motor

    c. listening

    d. language

2. Word sounds and meanings are drilled

    a. rhyming words

    b. opposites

    c. same and different

3. Cursive writing

4. Spanish

5. Expansion of counting of numbers and recognition (from 1-100), and the introduction of the number concepts (making sets 1to 20).

Kindergarten Curriculum

1. Language Arts

2. Math

3. Book Reports

4. 3 digit addition & subtraction

5. Spanish

6. Reading at 1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade levels

First Grade Curriculum

1. Reading

2. Language Arts

3. Math

4. Social Studies

Second -Fifth Grade Curriculum (as grade increases the level of education increases also)

1. Reading

2. Language Arts

3. Math

4. Social Studies

5. Science

6. French

7. Spanish

Sixth-Eighth Grade Curriculum

1. Reading

2. Language Arts

3. Math

4. Social Studies

5. Science (high school level)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         

 

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