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Course Descriptions

Grades Pre-K to K
 

Pre-K & K Schedule Fall 2004
Pre-K & K Schedule Winter 2005
Pre-K & K Schedule Spring 2005

Grades & Courses Overview
Educational Adventures


Aquatic Creatures
Examine the body, habits, and lifestyles of crustaceans, fish and other sea animals.

Ancient Rome & Greece
Study the gods, goddesses, mythology and architecture.

Creepy Crawlers
Reinforce basic skills by using math and phonics while learning about creepy, crawly creatures.

Basic Math
Review and strengthen grade-appropriate math skills.

Day and Night
What makes it get dark?  Where does the sun go at night?  Children will investigate the scientific concepts of day and night with experiments and art work.

Egyptology
Explore Ancient Egypt: pyramids, mummies and the riddle of the Sphinx.

Famous Fables
Life’s lessons will be explored through stories.

French
An introduction to languages through games, songs, drama, drawing and play.

Games of Strategy
Develop advanced thinking skills, by playing games such as Chess and Battleship.

Kindergarten Readiness
Prepare for Kindergarten with phonics, listening skills, basic math skills and more.

Kitchen Science
Do hands-on experiments using materials found in our kitchens.

Knights and Castles
Study knights, castles and various countries.

Phonics
Review and strengthen phonics concepts.

Pirates, Ships, and Treasures
Learn about pirates, the ships they sailed and the treasures they were after.      

Space Science
Students will soar into space and study what makes space so exciting.

Spanish
An introduction to languages through games, songs, drama, drawing and play.

The Human Body
Study parts of the body and how they work.

Volcanoes
Understand how volcanoes are created and the destruction they can cause.

Wild, Wild West
Learn about the colorful characters who made the West wild.

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