Overview of Kindergarten Curricullum

Kindergarten is a transition grade from Pre-K program to the structure of formal schooling.

Kindergarten prepares the child for future learning by focusing on individual readiness, structured, and formal skills.

Kindergarten is a bridge linking early experiences to more formal instruction.

3 days are set aside each week for the joint planning of all lessons and activities.


Learn to recognize and appreciate God’s creations.

Develop an awareness of prayer.

Experience liturgical celebrations.

Celebrate Holidays which honor God.

Develop a sense of morals.


The students will learn good health and safety habits.

The students will develop a joy and appreciation for music.


Develop good listening skills.

Develop sentence readiness.

Develop speaking skills.

Gain a foundation in reading through an awareness of phonics.

Comprehension skills developed.

Practice writing skills (letters and numbers).


Become familiar with common geometric shapes.

Be able to make comparisons and identify position.

Become familiar with number concepts.

Concepts of fractions and measurements.

Addition to the sum of 9.

Subtraction facts to 9.

Simple word problems.


Learn that he is unique individual created by God.

Develop good interpersonal skills.

Develop independence.

Develop positive self-image.

Practice making good choices


Become aware of the world around them (4 seasons, weather, states of matter, float, or sink, etc.)

Learn that senses are used to obtain information.

Develop a respect for living things.

Develop a sense of responsibility for the environment.


Understand his role in the family and society.

Appreciate the importance of conversation.

Develop an awareness of government and civics.

Develop an awareness of geography.

Become aware of different national Holidays and the way they relate to the past.

Become aware of their neighborhood.


The Smart Board and Smart Tables are utilized throughout the day for the presentation of lessons.

The students engage in hands-on activities with both the Smart Board and Smart Tables.

The Smart Table is used for center activities for various subjects.