- Familiarity with the alphabet between letter names and the sounds they make.
- Recognizing their name and learning to spell and write their name.
- Learning to hold a pencil, crayon or marker correctly.
- Retell a story in their own words.
- Draw a picture and explain the story or experience.
- Answer questions about a story they were told.
- Repeat and memorize nursery rhymes and finger plays.
- Understanding the format of reading from left to right and holding a book right-side-up.
- Building their vocabulary by listening and repeating new words.
- Sequencing practice about what comes first, next and last.
- Continue practicing and developing fine motor skills by playing with clay, using scissors, writing with pencils and crayons and building with legos, etc.
- Identifying numbers 1 to 20.
- Counting from 1 to 20.
- Corresponding objects one-to-one.
- Sorting objects by various attributes (colors, shapes, sizes, etc.).
- Identifying and creating patterns (AB, AABB, ABAB, etc.).
- Understanding sizes (small, medium, large, etc.).
- Specifying shapes (circle, triangle, rectangle, square, etc.).
- Matching various items (symbols, patterns, shapes).
- Exploration with scientific tools like magnets, microscopes, magnifying glasses and prisms.
- Learn to observe nature quietly on nature walks or gardening experiences.
- Watch insects and see how they behave.
- Watch a plant grow, from planting the seed to watering.
- Daily look outside and identify the weather, season and daily changes throughout the year.
- Explore various means of art like drawing, painting, sculpting, collage, etc.
- Use and explore a variety of materials (crayons, watercolors, textured paint, pencils, markers, glue, clay, chalk).
- Try mixing paint colors.
- Learn traditional songs and create hand motions or dance movements to accompany them.
- Explore and use musical instruments like rhythm sticks, xylophones, shakers.
- Find other materials to practice rhythm and having a visual way to see it through scarves or bean bags.
- Help the children create a play with a simple storyline or recreate a familiar story.
- Learn famous Bible stories, like David & Goliath, Jonah and the whale, the Christmas Story and Easter, etc.
- Learn about the characteristics of Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
- Memorize simple Bible verses.
- Learn about God’s creation of the world, His creatures, and love for us.
- Attend chapel and learn songs of praise and worship.
- Start critical thinking and problem-solving in a social setting.
- Manage small groups and have the children work together on a simple project where each child has a part to accomplish and put together.
- Practice manners and say ‘please,’ ‘thank you,’ ‘excuse me’ and basic table manners.
- Learning to verbally express their needs.
- Be independent and clean up his or her snack spot, using tissues, putting away napping items, etc.
- Be able to express their personal information like full name, age, school, and where they live by city state and country.