Infants ​

Physical Health and Motor Development 

Social/Emotional Skills

Language and communication development

Cognitive Development 

Learning, Thinking Skills

BASIC ASL

BASIC ESL

Toddlers ​
  • Mathematics

  • Science 

  • Art

  • Social and Emotional Development ( social skills)

  • Literacy (reading and writing )

  • Music

  • Fine motor skills

  • Gross motor skills

  • Social studies 

  • Frog Street Curriculum 

  • BASIC ASL

  • BASIC ESL

2-Year Old Preschool Class

  • Mathematics 

  • Science 

  • Art

  • Social and Emotional Development ( social skills)

  • Literacy (reading and writing )

  • Music

  • Fine motor skills

  • Gross motor skills

  • Social studies 

  • Frog Street Curriculum 

  • BASIC ASL

  • BASIC ESL

​3-Year Old Preschool Class

  • Mathematics 

  • Science 

  • Art

  • Social and Emotional Development ( social skills)

  • Literacy (reading and writing )

  • Music

  • Fine motor skills

  • Gross motor skills

  • Social studies 

  • Computer lab

  • Big Day Curriculum

  • Development talkers 

  • BASIC ASL

  • BASIC ESL

Transitional Kindergarten Class

​Transitional kindergarten bridges the path between preschool and kindergarten and gives students the gift of time. It will help them build a strong foundation for their future. It blends social and emotional experience with academic learning. Students not only learn essential pre-literacy, pre-math, and other cognitive skills, but also develop social and self-regulation skills needed to succeed in school and life.

Mathematics

  • Patterns: AB, AABB, ABC, and possibly AAB, ABB

  • Identify numerals 1-10 or more

  • Counting objects to 10 or more

  • One-to-one correspondence of objects when counting

  • Sizes: small, medium, large (3 – 5 sizes)

  • Shapes: square, rectangle, circle, triangle, oval, hexagon, rhombus (diamond), pentagon, hexagon 

  • More, Less, Same

  • Time: Day and Night,

  • Weight: Example, what weighs more or less in a balance scale

  • Measuring with non-standard units

  • Matching: objects, symbols, shapes, patterns, etc.

  • Same and Different

  • Sorting by various attributes: color, shape, size

Art
  • Explore a variety of art processes: painting, drawing, sculpture, weaving, collage, etc.

  • Use a variety of art materials: crayons, tempera paint, watercolor paint, colored pencils, markers, oil pastels, art chalk, clay

  • Experiment with mixing paint colors

Literacy
Reading / Writing 
  • Repeat simple nursery rhymes and fingerplays

  • Phonological Awareness: rhyming, syllables, alliteration

  • Concepts of print: left to right direction, holding a book right-side-up

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Build listening skills

  • Exposure to alphabet: letter names and sounds

  • Recognize, spell, write first name

  • Hold a pencil, marker, crayon correctly

  • Retell familiar stories

  • Draw pictures and dictate sentences about stories and experiences

  • Answer questions about stories

  • Strengthen visual discrimination

  • Sequencing

  • Develop fine motor skills: play dough, scissors, writing utensils, Legos, etc.

Fine Motor Skills 
  • Repeat simple nursery rhymes and fingerplays

  • Phonological Awareness: rhyming, syllables, alliteration

  • Concepts of print: left to right direction, holding a book right-side-up

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Build listening skills

  • Exposure to alphabet: letter names and sounds

  • Recognize, spell, write first name

  • Hold a pencil, marker, crayon correctly

  • Retell familiar stories

  • Draw pictures and dictate sentences about stories and experiences

  • Answer questions about stories

  • Strengthen visual discrimination

  • Sequencing

  • Develop fine motor skills: play dough, scissors, writing utensils, Legos, etc.

Computer 
lab

 

This is the time to establish a foundational understanding of computers. This is also a good time to begin talking about computer etiquette such as how to behave while one is on the computer and how to respect the equipment they are using. At this level,  students will spend time learning the keys of the keyboard, the visual reward of such tools can help the students develop their mouse and keyboard skills.

 Child uses, operates, and names a variety of digital tools. :

  • Monitor

  • Keyboard

  • Mouse

  • Printer

  • Demonstrate how to use each component

  • Demonstrate how to turn the computer, monitor and printer on and off

  • Demonstrate how to use the mouse and keyboard

Science 
  • Observe weather and plant life during each season i the garden.

  • Measure and mix ingredients in cooking activities

  • Identify basic colors and explore color mixing

  • Make observational drawings and dictation

  • Explore the world with the five senses

  • Investigate animals, the homes they live in, the food they eat

  • Explore science tools: magnets, prisms, magnifying glasses, etc.

  • Experience the world through nature walks, gardening, and other explorations

  • Observe insect life

  • Observe plant growth

Social Skills 

  • Take care of his/her own basic needs: clean up, roll up nap pad, fasten clothing, use tissue as needed, etc.

  • State personal information: first and last name, age, school name, city, state, country

  • Explore types of work and workers

  • Explore modes of transportation

  • Practice problem-solving skills in social situations

  • Work in groups or with a partner on a variety of projects

  • Share classroom materials with the group

  • Practice using manners: please, thank you, excuse me, table manners

  • Communicate his/her needs

  • Participate in projects to help others in need

Music
  • Sing traditional songs and songs that enhance the curriculum

  • Participate in movement songs and dances

  • Use scarves, rhythm sticks, and bean bags to practice rhythms

  • Use a variety of children’s instruments

  • Participate in dramatic play

  • Dramatize familiar stories

  • Act out the movements and sounds of animals

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Gross Motor Skills

Gross motor skills involve movements of the large muscles of the arms, legs and torso.

 

Gross motor skills are abilities that allow people to do things that involve using the large muscles in the torso, arms and legs to complete whole-body movements. That includes activities like climbing and jumping jacks. Kids rely on these skills to have successful experiences at school, on the playground, and in the community.

Gross motor skills are related to other abilities. These include:

  • Balance

  • Coordination

  • Body awareness

  • Physical strength

  • Reaction time

Social
 
Studies

  • Child identifies similarities and differences between himself, classmates and other children inclusive of specific characteristics and cultural influences.

  • Child identifies similarities and differences in characteristics of families.

  • Child connects their life to events, time, and routines.

  • Child demonstrates that all people need food, clothing, and shelter.

  • Child demonstrates understanding of what it means to be a consumer.

  • Child discusses the roles and responsibilities of family, school, and community helpers.

  • Child identifies and creates common features in the natural environment.

  • Child explores geography tools and resources

  • Child identifies flags of the United States and Texas.

  • recites the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States flag and the state flag and observes a moment of silence.

  • The child engages in voting as a method for group decision-making

Big Day 

 

Big Day for PreK supports intentional and integrated prekindergarten instruction with the engaging tools that help children develop oral language, emergent literacy, and social-emotional skills.

 

Based around three Big Experiences a day, Big Day for PreK® offers students a comprehensive, integrated, and engaging curriculum that seamlessly weaves literacy, science, math, and the arts together.

Every lesson includes developmentally appropriate practices designed to elicit input and increase engagement levels.

Big Day for PreK provides a robust collection of hands-on preschool classroom materials that integrate instruction across all learning domains and bring early learning to life.

the program provides teachers with:

Teaching Guides and read aloud for each of the eight themes are packed into separate Theme Boxes for easy organization and storage in your prekindergarten classroom.

Teaching Guides include informal assessment and help prekindergarten teachers know when to assess children, what early-learning skills and concepts to assess, and what to do once teachers have gathered the information.

 

Teacher Space, an online system for teachers, features customizable lesson plan.

Daily math and writing instruction introduces children to math vocabulary, problem solving, and basic writing skills.

An extended activity is worked into each learning center period, using purposeful, instructional play as their basis

Developing
 
Talkers

 

Developing Talkers is a curriculum supplement that was created by researchers at the Children’s Learning Institute to support young children’s language and literacy skills. The purpose of the Developing Talkers curriculum supplement and training materials is to explain and put into action the evidence-based practices that boost children’s oral language skills and conceptual knowledge. The curriculum uses a series of instructional routines that are repeated across all units

  • Answering open-ended questions to encourage higher-level reasoning

  • Teaching academic vocabulary words

  • Explicit instruction on the comprehension skills good readers use

  • Encouraging children to become authors and illustrators as they draw and write in response to texts

  • Additional practice and review of the vocabulary words

  • More explicit vocabulary instruction to deepen children’s understanding of academic vocabulary

  • Assessments that monitor Tier 2 students’ learning to plan review day lessons

Meet the Mascots

Scout the Squirrel is “nuts for words” and wants students to help him collect hundreds of new vocabulary words. He loves all types of books, but especially narratives because they tell such entertaining stories!

Luz the Ladybug is a curious observer who encourages students to build their world knowledge and be successful in school. Luz also loves to read, especially informational books because they teach true facts. Luz loves learning new things!

   After care program

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  • Supper provided 

  • Virtual learning 

  • Homework assistance

  • Bible 

  • Music

  • Art

  • Summer curriculum

CHRISTIAN BIBLE STUDY ​

​Praise, worship,  praying from the heart.

children are taught bible verses straight from the HolyBible KJV