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Introduction

  Kindergarten begins with early reading skills, including a review of letter sounds and shapes, printing of capital and lower-case letters, and pre-reading skills such as decoding consonant-vowel- consonant words eventually moving towards greater reading fluency.

  Kindergarten students learn sight words and enjoy working with rhyming words. They begin exploring the creative writing process by understanding parts of a story and the role of authors and illustrators.

  Through a variety of hands-on and literature-based activities children learn phonemic awareness skills, alphabetic principles, concepts about print, and a variety of comprehension strategies.

  In Mathematics, the curriculum is used to facilitate the learning of number sense, beginning geometry, measurement, data analysis and patterns and sequencing.

  Learning in all subject areas is achieved through practical and Experimental activities that require both independent demonstration of understanding as well as cooperative and team building components.

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