Children experience a print-rich curriculum in Kindergarten. Early learning focuses on phonics skills and phonemic awareness, high-frequency words, vocabulary, and reading comprehension skills. Phonics are a high priority, and students have visual, auditory, and tactile opportunities to learn or reinforce letters and sounds. Speaking, writing, and listening skills are explicitly taught and practiced as children learn to function and communicate in a classroom setting.
In addition to these core subjects, Kindergarten students receive weekly or biweekly instruction in
and Physical Education.
Read more about these classes at Whole-child Education.