Students use the ABeka program. The curriculum is challenging, with biblical integration, and places emphasis on math, phonics, and penmanship, along with drills and routine assessments.
Our 2 year old children will develop language as they are encouraged to talk through song, story and conversation, while developing language through letter recognition, sound and songs.
Our children will experience simple counting as each opportunity presents along with counting 1-25 and learning the concept of 1-10.
Each student will have the opportunity to talk to God through prayer, hear God’s Word through song and daily lessons and learn God’s Word through memory verses.
When babies learn sign language, this skill provides him or her with a powerful educational tool of earlier communication. Frustration and outbursts are lessened, because baby can immediately communicate his wants/needs until he can physically pronounce it.
Toddler sign language can be used to develop social and language skills (even though they are a bit older than your typical infant). Toddlers can speak a few words, but still have many times when they are unable to express themselves to their satisfaction.
Many of the infamous “terrible two’s” tantrums are a result of complete and total frustration over the inability to express emotions or feelings. Toddlers can learn Toddler Sign Language, which makes communication easier and more effective. A child having a tantrum is a miserable as the parents feel trying to cope with the emotional rage. Anything that gives a safe outlet for emotional expression can only be beneficial.
Learning sign language does not delay speech, but in fact aids speech development. Most baby signers speak earlier than babies who do not learn baby sign language.
Students will participate in activities that aide in the development of small motor skills, such as cutting, coloring and other crafts and materials, along with the opportunity to be creative.
Students receive a Daily Information Sheet, evaluations at the end of quarters 1 and 3, and progress reports at the end of quarters 2 and 4.
3 - Packs of Regular Wipes
3 - Boxes of Tissues
1 - Paint Shirt
1 - Box (24 count) Plastic Spoons
1 - Box (24 count) Plastic Forks
Spill Proof Cup (Labeled and brought daily)
All cups, food, clothes, etc. MUST be labeled.
Some extra supplies may be needed during the year and parents can expect to replenish according to class or grade requirements.
Each student will need to keep a change of clothing (weather appropriate) at school at all times (including socks and undergarments). Please place your child’s name on each article of clothing and the Ziploc bag they are contained in.
Due to storage limitations, each student from Walkers – K4 will be provided with one LMCA tote bag that should be used to bring bedding items to and from school on a weekly basis. Backpacks and other non-LMCA bags will not be permitted. If an additional tote bag is needed, a $5 charge will be incurred.
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