Curriculum

Two-Year-Old Classes

The ABC Jesus Loves Me Curriculum is a comprehensive, research-based toddler and preschool curriculum focusing on Bible, academics, and development that allows the child to explore, play and learn new things. This curriculum contains goals and objectives to gauge the child's learning and growth. In addition, the Abeka curriculum is used to teach children about Jesus and God’s Word by using visual Bible stories and music.

Three-Year-Old Classes

Our three-year-old classes use the Learning Without Tears, Get Set for School curriculum. They will continue to work on letter and sound recognition. In addition, they will begin practicing handwriting skills. Students will begin basic math skills through the use of games and manipulatives. They will also begin estimation, prediction, and vocabulary expansion through calendar and circle time activities. Our three classes participate in circle time, large and small group lessons, and learning centers.

Four-Year-Old Pre-K Classes

Our four-year-old Pre-K classes use Zoo-phonics and Every Day Counts curriculum. Through Zoo-phonics they will work on language development, reading readiness, and handwriting through small and large group learning environments. They will utilize Every Day Counts Calendar Math in circle time to learn basic math concepts in preparation for kindergarten. Our four Pre-K classes participate in circle time, large and small group lessons, and learning centers.

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Bridge KInDergarten 

The Bridge Kindergarten class “bridges” the gap between preschool and an ever more demanding Kindergarten curriculum. This class also benefits children with later birthdays or those who need more time and opportunities to develop and strengthen skills necessary for Kindergarten.

The Bridge Kindergarten class uses the Zoo-phonics curriculum as a review and to reinforce a good foundation of letter and sound recognition, as well as reading readiness from August through December. Saxon Phonics, Spelling, and Math curriculum is then implemented from January through May. The students will work on beginning reading skills, writing, beginning spelling, and sight word recognition. In Math, they will begin to learn problem-solving and basic math skills, and they will continue to expand their number recognition and counting skills. The students are also engaged through Scholastic Weekly Readers which builds nonfiction-reading skills and increases the content area of knowledge. In addition, they will work on handwriting, science, and social studies concepts. DiscipleLand is a Bible study program that is used to introduce stories from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. The Bridge K class participates in circle time, large and small groups, and centers.

Bridge K and K Comparisons

Bridge K and K Curriculum

 

 

KIndergarten

Our Kindergarten class uses Saxon Phonics, Spelling, and Math curriculum. Raz-Kids is also implemented in the classroom (and is accessible at home). It is an online guided reading program with interactive books, downloadable books, and reading quizzes. The students are also engaged through Scholastic Weekly Readers which builds nonfiction-reading skills and increases the content area of knowledge. In addition, they will work on handwriting, science, and social studies concepts. DiscipleLand is a Bible study program that is used to introduce stories from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Our Kindergarten class follows the Georgia Performance Standards and Common Core objectives required by the state. The Kindergarten program here at CCA is fully accredited. The ultimate goals of Kindergarten are to develop fluent and enthusiastic readers.

Private Pre-K vs GA Pre-K

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