60 Years of Quality Teaching and Care Since 1956

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60 Years of Quality Teaching and Care Since 1956

LANGUAGE ARTS/ READING

(Houghton Mifflin Series) Letter Identification, Letter sounds, Phonemic Blending, High Frequency Words, Rhymes, Stories, Dramatization, Grammar Concepts, Printing, and Reading.

KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM

FREE Before and After Care for Kindergarten Students

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MATH

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CHAPEL

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(Houghton Mifflin Program) Sorting, Classification, Number Identification and Counting Patterns, Positions, Shapes, Sizes, Charts, Graphs, Money, Time, Addition, Subtraction, Problem Solving and Probability.

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Lessons about God and Christian living with Christina Pressley, Concord Presbyterian Church Director of Children and Youth Ministries.

TRIP

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The Kindergarten class takes three or four field trips during the school year. These trips include, but are not limited to: Hagley Museum, The Playhouse Theater, and The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Occasionally we travel by car instead of bus so watch for sign-up sheets asking for drivers.

HEALTH

Safety Issues, Dental Care, Personal Hygiene, Nutrition.

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SCIENCE

Our Senses, the Four Seasons, Trees, Animals, Insects, Habitats, Living Things, Our Bodies, Gravity, Magnetism, Seeds, Plants, and Butterflies.

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Manners, Values, Community Helpers, Holidays, Our Country, People with diverse abilities.

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ART

Diverse opportunities for creating letter, sounds, subjects, or special topics.

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MUSIC

Classroom singing and formal music once a week; Participation in the Thanksgiving Concert, dramatization of the Nativity, Spring Musical, and most importantly, Kindergarten Graduation.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Classroom singing and formal music once a week; Participation in the Thanksgiving Concert, dramatization of the Nativity, Spring Musical, and most importantly, Kindergarten Graduation.

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OTHER

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To enrich lessons we use Weekly Reader and Ranger Rick publications.  

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LUNCH AND SNACK

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The children will eat lunch in the classroom. Please label their lunch boxes and any containers inside. Foods that must be refrigerated should be left in the bin in the hallway. A drink is provided for lunch, but the children are welcome to pack their own. Kindergarten has an afternoon snack each day. Please make sure your child eats a good breakfast before school, since we do not have a morning snack.

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BIRTHDAYS

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We are happy to celebrate your child’s birthday in our class. Please notify Mrs. Slentz ahead of times, so that we can plan accordingly. We do not distribute party invitations in the classroom; if you would like a class list with addresses, please let Mrs. Slentz know.

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  • Large towel or small blanket for rest

  • Complete seasonal change of clothes

  • Backpack or Bookbag

  • One 2 pocket folder

  • Set of Crayons

  • 2 pencils

  • An Eraser

  • A pack of small index cards

  • Small File box

  • At times Mrs. Slentz may request additional items during the year

REQUIRED MATERIALS

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•Full-day Kindergarten

since 1956

•Degreed, experienced teacher

•Low teacher-child ratio

•Before-care and after-care available

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