Pre-K Curriculum

  •  When A Child Enters PK, He/She Should Know:

    • His/ Her First and Last Name 
    • The First and Last Name of His/Her Parent or Guardian 
    • Address 
    • Phone Number 
    • Birthday 
    • How To Listen Attentively To Stories 
    • Parts of Books 
    • How To Verbalize Letters, Numbers and Basic Words 
    • That Words Go On A Page 
    • How Words Accompany Pictures 
    • How To Speak In Complete Sentences (Oral Language Development) 
    • How To Use Language To Express And Describe Thoughts, Feelings and Ideas 
    • How To Re-Tell A Story (Sequencing) 
    • Color Recognition

     Literacy Skills Taught in PK:

    • Letter Recognition (A – Z) 
    • Color and Number Words 
    • Phonemic Awareness (Rhyming, Songs, Poems, Letter Sounds) 
    • Print Awareness (Grouping Letters To Form Words) 
    • Beginning Sounds 
    • Identifying The Meaning of Content-Specific Vocabulary 
    • Comparing and Contrasting Three Elements In A Story 
    • Linking New Experiences and Vocabulary With Prior Knowledge 
    • Applying New Vocabulary In Various Contexts (Transfer Of Learning) 
    • Listening Skills (Following Directions, Routines, Engaging In Conversation) 
    • Environmental Print 
    • Emergent Writing (Inventive Spelling)