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Kindergarten Curriculum

Trinity Christian School is committed to providing a safe and caring environment where children can receive a quality education from a Biblical Worldview while developing thinking and articulate students. We are devoted to fusing faith and learning in such a way that each student is practically equipped to face their future and become a life-long learner.

Below you will find a summary of our curriculum for each subject, along with the curriculum provider where applicable.

  • Beginning math skills through an activity-based approach to developing concepts with the use of a variety of manipulatives
  • Recognize, count and write numbers 0-30
  • Patterning
  • Recognize the penny, nickel, dime and quarter
  • Skip counting by 5's and 10's
  • Rote counting
  • 2- and 3-dimensional shapes
  • Compare sets of numbers
  • Solve addition and subtraction problems
  • Measurement
  • Tell time to hour and half hour
  • Identify/recognize equal and non-equal parts
  • Phonics
  • High-Frequency Words 
  • Reading Groups
  • Literature
  • Oral Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Writing
  • Creation
  • Old Testament stories
  • Miracles of Jesus
  • Birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus
  • memorize a Bible verse each week
  • 1-2 afternoon lessons for full day and covered in centers for half day
  • Getting along with others
  • Holidays
  • Earth Day
  • Map Skills
  • Seasons
  • Thematic units
  • 1-2 afternoon lessons for full day and covered in centers for half day
  • Sunflowers, gardens, seeds
  • Our body
  • 5 senses
  • Reflections
  • Day and night
  • Magnets and magnification
  • Volcanoes
  • Elements of design: line, shape, color, value, texture, form, and space
  • Media: painting, drawing, cutting, gluing, sculpting (slab technique), and mixed media from around the world
  • Skills: create artworks using observation, problem solving, designing, sketching and constructing
  • Create using color value, color schemes (complementary colors)
  • Create art which communicates ideas based on imagination, recall and observation
  • Identify and describe the elements of two- and three-dimensional form
  • Recognize that visual arts are part of various cultures' history
  • Knowledge of foreground, middle ground, background and horizon line

Our curriculum covers 12 essential skills of digital literacy including: computer fundamentals, coding, keyboarding, online safety and digital citizenship, computational thinking, multimedia, internet usage and online communication, visual mapping, word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations.

  • Identify loud and soft, high and low, fast and slow sounds in music
  • Respond to music, musical and rhythmic chants in a variety of ways
  • Echoing
  • Keeping the beat, using rhythm instruments and various parts of the body
  • Rhythm instruments: sticks, bells, and drums

Students are introduced to understanding the resources of the library with weekly visits and are able to check out two books per week (and can renew them twice).

  • Develop team-building skills by working with others through physical activity
  • Understand principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury
  • Perform loco-motor, non-loco-motor and manipulative skills at a utilization level, show fundamental components of healthy living, and use appropriate skills in team, group, and individual activities
  • Introduced to basic fundamental skills of various team sports and other health-enhancing activities
  • During all activities, recreational play versus competitive play and good sportsmanship are continually fostered and encouraged
  • K-4 Christmas program
  • Chapel
  • Grandparents' Day