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Building a Foundation

PreKindergarten & Kindergarten Curriculum Guide

Lower School Curriculum Guide
 

The primary goal of Grammar instructors at Covenant is to assist children in cultivating the fundamental skills critical to cognitive development.  At this age, students are naturally gifted in memorization and are able to absorb a significant amount of information, so we provide a variety of means for them to learn facts and information, such as singing songs, learning chants, reciting poetry, memorization, and exploration.  Essentially, we are laying the foundation upon which all other learning will take place. 

Students are prepped to master the humanities subjects by learning the rules of phonics and grammar, as well as a variety of spelling words.  Our students also commit to memory the facts of math and science, from multiplication tables and formulas, to the laws of nature and traits of plants, animals and humans.   Scripture memorization is practiced regularly as it is essential to the development of wisdom, knowledge and character. 

Students are prepped to master the humanities subjects by learning the rules of phonics and grammar, as well as a variety of spelling words.

Our students also commit to memory the facts of math and science, from multiplication tables and formulas, to the laws of nature and traits of plants, animals and humans.

Scripture memorization is also practiced regularly as it is essential to the development of wisdom, knowledge and character.