Primary and Kindergarten Curriculum Overview (3 - 6 Years of Age)


Language Goals


Children in Kindergarten will work on the following according to developmental stages:

Use appropriate decoding and word recognition strategies; develop an increasingly extensive vocabulary:


Assimilate information from prior knowledge and experiences to understand text:


Develop an understanding of the literary elements used in creating stories:


Respond to text in a variety of ways (speaking, writing, art):


Use a variety of resources (print, audio-visual, technology) to gather and evaluate information to share with others:


Written and Oral Communication Goals

Children in Kindergarten will work on the following according to developmental stages:


Mathematics Goals

Students will develop number sense, use operations for computation with understanding, explain relationships between numbers and develop beginning concepts of place value using concrete materials.


Students will develop an understanding of estimation and measurement:


Students will develop spatial sense and understanding of geometry:


Students will develop an understanding of patterns:


Culutural Studies Goals


Typically, children in Kindergarten will work on the following: