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Language Arts
* Saxon Phonics and whole language curriculum
* Creative writing, journals, and stories
* Students express themselves in complete thoughts
* Name and identify each letter of the alphabet, apply letter-sound correspondence

* Recognize and solve problems
* University of Chicago’s Everyday Math Curriculum
* Use tools and toys
* Practice through games
* Graphs and charts
* Patterns
* Measurement
* Estimation
* Money
* Telling time

Reading and Writing
* Develop oral language skills
* Listen to a wide variety of children’s literature
* Segment and identify the sounds in spoken words
* Print is read from left to right and from top to bottom

Social Studies
* Understanding interdependence and cultures
* Communities: families, schools, towns
* The study of Texas and our national heritage
* The concept of chronology is introduced
* Map skills
* The purpose of rules and the roles of authority figures

* Concepts: discovery, hypothesizing, observing, predicting, recording, presenting
* Topics: nature, weather, myself, seasons, holidays, space, health, senses

Technology Lab
* Introduction to computers
* Educational software used to enrich entire curriculum

* Learn library skills
* Introduce students to authors, illustrators
* Critical listening encouraged

* Exposure and practice with reading, writing, listening, speaking Spanish
* Basic construction
* Understanding cultural traditions, holidays
* Reinforced with music and games

Bible Study
* Attend Chapel
* Positive Action Bible Curriculum
* Weekly Bible verse

* Introduction to the elements and principles of design
* Hands-on creativity
* Individual expression is encouraged through a variety of media

* Singing skills, notation, music symbols
* Chapel songs
* Music theory
* Composers
* Movement and dancing
* Musical styles

Physical Education
* Promote physical activity, healthy development and lifestyles
* Develop body awareness
* Gain confidence during play
* Follow directions, teamwork