Curriculum/Schedule

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Our Littlest Angels Curriculum/Schedule

Curriculum

  • Social - sharing, manners, getting along with others, following rules
  • Emotional - feelings, self-image, self-respect, independence
  • Language - stories, listening, speaking, songs, finger plays, dramatic play
  • Physical - large and small motor coordination, eye/hand coordination
  • Academic - alphabet/phonetics, numbers/counting, colors, shapes, days of the week, months of the year, rhyming, seasons/weather, monthly themes, music, art, science, field trips, holidays, health/safety, address, telephone, sign language letters and words
  • Spiritual - daily morning and snack prayers, monthly "Chapel Time", Bible stories and songs
  • In addition: field trips, "make our own snack" days, holiday parties and parent readers

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Morning Schedule

  • Drop-off - Curbside
  • Learning Centers - play, learn, explore
  • Morning Meeting - prayer, calendar, songs, academics, book, monthly themes, misc.
  • "Big Room" Plan - gross motor development
  • Snack - prayer, healthy snack brought in by the "Special Helper"
  • Project - fine motor and brain development
  • Quiet Play - books and puzzles
  • Dismissal and Pick-up - curbside

 
Pre-K Extended Day Afternoon Schedule

  • Lunch - prayer, lunch brought in by each student
  • "Minds in Motion Maze" - stimulates VISUAL processing, AUDITORY processing and MOTOR skills (watch the video below for more information)
  • Activities - Each week we focus on further development of gross motor skills, fine motor skills, academics, social and emotional skills.

Field Trips:

Each class may take two (2) or three (3) field trips per year.  For example:  the pumpkin patch, apple orchard, Rotary Garden are a few of the field trips we've taken in the past.

 

Chapel Time:

     Once a month we have Chapel Time instead of working on a project. Chapel Time is about 15 minutes in length. The class goes to the church Sanctuary and sits around the teacher to hear an age appropriate Bible story (picture story books or wood characters are used), starting with the Old Testament in the Fall, Christmas in December and on to the New Testament the rest of the school year, culminating with the story of Easter and Ascension.