Yadira meticulously painted the 5 Branches of our Great Military Emblems. Drive by and check it out when you get a chance. The kids had a great time and saw a great game! The Brewers won and there was plenty of action, lead changes, and Home Runs.
Summer Reading Program Berean Academy offers three- and four-year old children an academically-centered, learning program. Unlike many preschool programs, ours involves much more than traditional day care.
The curriculum focuses boys writing area preschool a number of developmental areas including social skills, listening skills, phonics, and number skills. Our preschool teachers know how to let children have fun while learning the fundamentals - reading, writing, and numbers - and so much more!
Our program helps children develop the habits and skills necessary for a strong beginning in their upcoming elementary school education. Because of the critical need for literacy skills, our preschool language arts program implements intensive phonetic approaches that provide children an excellent foundation for reading.
As a result of our curricular and instructional strategies, many K4 students will begin reading words and sentences independently before the end of the school year. Half-day and full-day programs are offered to three- and four-year old children.
The core of the academic program centers on laying and building upon a solid foundation in math and language arts skills. As these skills develop, students are progressively introduced to the higher order thinking processes that are necessary for applying the scientific method and other critical reasoning strategies.
Teachers also assist students in developing an appreciation of their culture as well as an understanding of the democratic values and rich heritage of American society.
Although it is not treated exactly like other academic subjects, Berean Academy emphasizes the teaching of the Bible as God's Holy Word. Elementary students enjoy daily Bible classes and weekly chapel services as teachers share Bible stories and make practical applications for daily living.
Middle school is truly the "middle ground," the training for the rigors of high school and future college success. Students in grades are taught with an upward focus, with teachers instructing them in methods and with material that will prepare middle schoolers for high school.
Students polish their study skills, add to their knowledge base and take on additional personal responsibility so that they are ready for the next big step: Students are also given opportunities to develop other interests in sports and fine arts through both extracurricular activities and the of rotating classes in seventh and eighth grades.
Berean Academy targets the development of the total person: By actively participating in all areas, each graduate will have excellent preparation to step through any door the Lord opens to a challenging future.
Daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services and special events focus on developing students spiritually. Curriculum and instruction emphasizing biblical principles helps students form a biblical worldview.
High school students need a broad foundation so they don't limit their future choices. Substantial coverage of language, mathematics, and the sciences gives students an excellent preparation to proceed with confidence to any college.
With so many college-entrance examinations and college applications requiring compositions, Berean Academy has chosen to emphasize long-term writing skills. An uncommon emphasis on grammar in the middle school grades provides students with the necessary foundation for solid writing mechanics necessary to be successful in the college preparatory writing skills taught in the eleventh and twelfth grades.Writing center set up pictures, ideas and resources for Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten.
Writing Center Set Up in Preschool. How to set up and organize a writing center in your preschool, pre-k, Head Start or kindergarten classroom. 6 ways to encourage writing in preschool There are many different ways to encourage writing skills with preschool aged children.
Today I’m going to share with you some of the ways we encourage beginning writing in our preschool classroom. Compiled and maintained by Cornelia [last updated 1 June ; first published 21 February ].
This listing is of all the schools in Japan with curriculums in English that I have thus far found. The body of international schools is continuously in flux.
The statistics are consistent: Young male readers lag behind their female counterparts in literacy skills. This article looks at the social, psychological, and developmental reasons why, and suggests solutions — including the need for more men to become role models for reading.
Help prepare children for the transition and expectations in Kindergarten. Supervision and Tips: Most children will need to be taught how to hold a pencil (with the pincher-grip).
Welcome At Bay Area Christian School, we have been successfully touching the hearts of boys and girls with Jesus for over 40 years.