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Reading program: all letters of the alphabet and their sounds. They will also learn sight-word recognition Vocabulary: sight-word activities to prepare for first grade. Kindergartners also have the opportunities to work at their level and participate in small group activities to strengthen their emerging skills in reading. The use of Saxon Phonics curriculum materials support our reading program. Students learn the basic D’Nealian handwriting and practice making all the capital and lowercase letters and numbers.In mathematics, the use of manipulatives (objects, charts, and activities that engage learners while helping them develop their math skills) to learn basic concepts. Students order numbers, work on one-to-one correspondence, learn about coins, make patterns and act out story problems. Saxon curriculum materials are used to support our reading program.Many Science, Social Studies and Health themes are covered as presentations. Art processes are integrated into many student projects. Students learn that following directions matters most, not just the product.In Religion classes, with Mass on Wednesdays, children learn prayers and that participating in service projects extends our faith into the community and our world.Physical Education and Music round out a Kindergartener’s day

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