Join us each Sunday for Worship @ 10 am Childcare Available for Children Ages Birth to 4 years old

3A

Learning Goals

All students should learn that God loves me. God made me & everything in the world because He loves me!

Math Objectives

  • Understand that numbers are used to denote quantity: “two birds”
  • Count to 10 by memory
  • Understands order “first”, “last”
  • Classifies objects by size, color, shape
  • Identify shapes (circle, square, triangle, heart, star, oval, rectangle, diamond)
  • Compares groups by attributes: alike/different, taller/shorter
  • Recognize simple A-B patterns

 

Scientific Processes

  • Develop concept of weather
  • Identify body parts

 

Health and Safety

  • Learn how to wash hands properly
  • Become bathroom independent


Fine Motor Development

  • Develop pincer grip with pencils or crayons
  • Assembles very simple puzzles
  • Plays with play dough
  • Begins to learn self-help skills (zip, button, and snap)


Gross Motor Development

  • Walk in line without rope assistance by Christmas

 

Citizenship and Social Studies

  • Develops awareness of holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter)
  • Develop an awareness of community helpers
  • Participates in the Great Expectations curriculum (monthly character trait, eight expectations, pledges, and Bible verses


Art

  • Introduce colors (red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple, pink, black, brown, white)
  • Introduce and experience skills with various art materials
  • Begin to learn how to use scissors
  • Begin to learn how to use glue


Reading and Language Arts

  • Respond to directions and questions
  • Looks at books with interest
  • Takes turns in conversations
  • Repeats sounds, words and phrases [finger plays, songs]
  • Answers simple questions in group time
  • Participates in group discussions, songs, and conversations
  • Develops vocabulary by listening to familiar selections read aloud
  • Sing the abc’s
  • Recognize some letters
  • Recognize their name
  • Share books, Bible stories, poems, and finger plays with students
  • Model reading behaviors to students