The philosophy of learning in K4 is based on the idea that young children learn through play. We provide an educational setting where children can develop creativity, problem-solving skills, and social-emotional skills. These skills are imperative for learning and forming healthy peer relationships.
Large and Small group activities in the areas of language arts, science, social studies, math, and religion. Subject areas are often integrated and include learning through hands-on projects, songs, writing workshops, and class books. Children are exposed to a variety of learning situations that are meant to promote their innate sense of wonder and therefore plant the seeds for life-long learning. Children have outdoor recess, snack breaks, and a rest period to meet each young learners physical needs, so they can be successful throughout the day.
Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
Our Kindergarten programs have a developmentally-structured day to help young students succeed. Engaging, hands-on lessons provide an appropriate level of challenge. Classroom learning centers for small group instruction and free choice cover all academic areas and are updated frequently throughout the year.
Our Superkids program builds a strong foundation of reading and writing skills. Children learn routines and classroom jobs early on, teaching responsibility. Socio-emotional education and religious lessons are woven throughout the daily curriculum. Children have outdoor recess, snack breaks, and a rest period to meet each young learners physical needs, so they can be successful throughout the day.