Kindergarten

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Proverbs 22:6
Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.


Curriculum Information

The Kindergarten curriculum is a phonics based complete educational program. The children learn the 26 letters of the alphabet and the phonetic sounds. Sounds are combined into blends, simple words, complex words and sentences. Children will learn to read a vocabulary of approximately 450 words by the end of the school year.

Printing is an important part of the curriculum. Children learn to correctly print both upper and lower case letters. They learn to print the blends and words learned in the language arts curriculum and to correctly punctuate sentences.

Children learn number concepts. They will recognize, count and write from 1 to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s. They become familiar with the concept of larger than and smaller than and number sequencing. The curriculum includes units in counting money, telling time and graphing. The addition and subtraction combinations for numbers 1 to 10 will be taught.

A God-centered science program is included in the Kindergarten curriculum. It includes units on body parts, senses, good health habits, weather and seasons, seeds and plants, animals, and the sea. Hands-on experiences are part of the science program.

Art, music and poetry are an important part of the curriculum. Children will have the opportunity to express themselves creatively. Special S.A.M. (Science, Art & Music) days will be scheduled. Motor development is included in the daily schedule as is the socialization of the child, in regard to their peers.

Spiritual growth is an essential part of the educational program. Children will participate in daily chapel. During chapel they will pray, sing praise and worship songs, hear Bible stories, and have a time for memory verses. Bible verses are memorized on a weekly basis. In the classroom, the students will print and illustrate a verse from each book of the Bible. In this way, students come to have an understanding of the verses they are studying and have an opportunity to express that understanding in a creative way.

Attitudes are encouraged that reflect a love and respect for our God, Family and Country. Chapel time will include flag salutes and patriotic songs.

Mission Viejo Christian Kindergarten Schedule

27192 Jeronimo Road – Mission Viejo, CA

Full Day and Half Day Options

Times

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Early Morning Day Care available from 7:30-8:30

8:30-9:00

Chapel and Bible

Chapel and Bible

Chapel and Bible

Chapel and Bible

Chapel and Bible

9:00-9:50

Language, Phonics, Grammar, Writing

Language, Phonics, Grammar, Writing

Language, Phonics, Grammar, Writing

Language, Phonics, Grammar, Writing

Language, Phonics, Grammar, Writing

9:50-10:15

Reading Groups and

Seat Work

Reading Groups and Seat Work

Reading Groups and Seat Work

Math Instruction

10:15-10:50

Snack/Recess

Snack/Recess

Snack/Recess

Snack/Recess

Snack/Recess

10:55-12:00

Math Instruction

Reading Groups and

Seat Work

Reading Groups and Seat Work

Reading Groups and Seat Work

Centers:

Journal, Learning Game, Science Activity

12:00-12:30

Science

Math Instruction

Math Instruction

Math Instruction

12:30-1:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00-1:30

Recess

Recess

Recess

Recess

Recess

1:45-2:15

Prayer and Devotion

Prayer and Devotion

Prayer and Devotion

Prayer and Devotion

Prayer and Devotion

2:30-3:00

Large Motor Game

P.E.

Music

Small Group Games

Puzzle Centers

3:00-3:30

Afternoon Snack

Afternoon Snack

Afternoon Snack

Afternoon Snack

Afternoon Snack

After School Day Care available from 3:30 – 6:00

Dress Code

We take pride in the appearance of our students. Parents should remember that it is primarily their responsibility to make sure their children maintain school dress code and grooming standards. There appears to be a definite relationship between good dress habits, good work habits and proper school behavior. All Kindergarten students are expected to wear the approved school uniform.



Boy’s Dress Code

1. Approved uniform attire must be purchased from Uniforms 4 U – 26351 Junipero Serra Road, Suite 120, San Juan Capistrano. 949-488-2616 (see information on the Forms and Links page)

2. Shoes must be RUBBER SOLED with a closed toe and closed heel or strap. Children in non-rubber soled shoes will be restricted from the equipment. Any boot, including cowboy or Ugg type, are not approved footwear.

3. Outer wear must be an approved sweatshirt or sweater from Uniforms 4 U or Mission Viejo Christian School or any solid black Jacket.

4. Belts are not required, but if worn should be solid black or approved belt from Uniforms 4 U.

5. Hair should be kept trimmed and moderately cut.

6. No washable tattoos.

Girl’s Dress Code

1. Approved uniform attire must be purchased from Uniforms 4 U – 26351 Junipero Serra Road, Suite 120, San Juan Capistrano. 949-488-2616 (see information on the Forms and Links page)

2. Shoes must be RUBBER SOLED with a closed toe and closed heel or strap. Children in non-rubber soled shoes will be restricted from the equipment. Any boot, including cowboy or Ugg type, are not approved footwear.

3. Outer wear must be an approved sweatshirt or sweater from Uniforms 4 U or Mission Viejo Christian School or any solid black Jacket.

4. Socks or tights worn with skirts or jumpers should be solid white or black and may be purchased from Uniforms 4 U or any other store. The school approved plaid trimmed socks, available at Uniforms 4 U, may also be worn. If not wearing tights, black or white bike shorts should be worn under dresses.

5. Hair should be combed and neatly styled.

6. Jewelry should be simple and modest. Only one piece of jewelry. Earrings should be posts, not dangles.

7. No washable tattoos.

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