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kindergarten course of study

Updated on October 30, 2011

Meanings of holidays, traditions, and customs Understanding and appreciating other cultures Individual's role in family, home. school, and community Relationship of the individual to the group Work and jobs Safety rules and symbols Basic human needs Self-respect and self-awareness Awareness of others Location of home and school Diagram of home and school Observation of everyday, familiar things Common animals and plants Interrelationships of animals and plants Classification of living things farm animals Care of pets Like and unlike plants Indoor plants The sun: our principal source of energy Weather and Seasons Temperature Light colors Senses Earth, moon, stars, planets Simple measurement Beginning experimentation

  • Phonics
  • Choral reading
  • Listening to literature, music, poetry
  • Nursery rhymes, fairy tales, fables
  • Social listening
  • Constructing visual images while listening
  • Oral communication skills
  • Role play
  • Following and giving directions
  • Paraphrasing and summarizing
  • Organizing ideas
  • Experience stories
  • Relating events and experiences using complete sentences
  • Listening for correct speech habits and word usage
  • Beginning writing process
  • Manuscript handwriting
    • Personal hygiene
    • Good eating habits
    • Good grooming
    • Care of teeth
    • Major body parts
    • Physical fitness
    • Safety to and from school
      • Simple counting to 20
      • One-to-one relationship
      • Concepts of more, less than, same
      • Sequence of events
      • Correspondence of quantities
      • Ordinal-cardinal relationship
      • Number-numeral relationship
      • Recognition of basic sets
      • Meaning of addition and subtraction
      • Introduction to number line
      • Estimation
      • elementary geometry (shapes)
      • Calendar and clock
      • Denominations of money
      • Basic problem-solving strategies
      • Basic chart and graph concepts



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