Kindergarten Students

Wilson Language makes reading fun for students while laying the groundwork for life long literacy. All five areas of reading (phonic awareness, phonics/word sounds, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension) are incorporated into this multi-sensory (sequential) curriculum. Spelling and handwriting are integrated, as is literature-based reading instruction.

Go Math is designed to facilitate individual conceptual development, as students use manipulatives, pictures, and learning moduals to build understanding of math principles. Students are actively engaged in reason, then transition from concept on skill comprehension, and conclude with the acquired skills needed to solve problems in context independently.

Scope and Sequence


  • Exposure to oral language through various forms, rhyme, repeated patterns, and segments
  • Speak with descriptive vocabulary, describe actions and location, and ask questions
  • Enhance oral communication in conversation, full expression of peers, and participate in discussions
  • Identify sound units with rhyme, shared letter sounds, blends, and syllable separation
  • Understand basic print awareness concepts and organization
  • Identify print in provided information, the environment, high frequency words, and individual work
  • Understand basic phonetic principles, match sounds to letters, and identifying beginning consonants
  • Use recall and author study to discern comprehension of fiction and non-fiction
  • Write name and letters independently and use inventive spelling to communicate ideas


  • Identify sets with more/fewer/same, utilize one to one correspondence and assign value to sets
  • Order objects, recognize and replicate patterns, and count concrete objects
  • Add and subtract basic computations and estimate group size
  • Determine value, use a variety of measurement instruments (clock, ruler, thermometer), and compare by various attributes
  • Create and utilize geometric figures, describe object location, and compare by size and plane
  • Gather data by counting and displaying information with graphs and tables, and investigate mathematical problems


  • Demonstrate understanding of reason, logic, and natural science through observation and prediction
  • Use magnetism to explore force, motion, and energy
  • Describe physical properties through color, form, texture, size, and position
  • Explore the flow of water and its different phases through experimentation
  • Discern between living and non-living organism using classification and characteristic
  • Understand needs of all living things and their life cycle
  • Investigate and understand shadows through blocked light
  • Understand cycles and changes in weather, natural objects, and living things
  • Investigate and understand that materials can be recycled, reused, and conserved

History and Social Science

  • Recognize that history and past events describe people and past times; recognizing differences from past to present
  • Learn historical figures of significance
  • Use potential words to describe geographic placement, use maps and globes, and locate land/water features
  • Introduced to economic concepts through work descriptions, choices made, and how items are purchased
  • Demonstrate being a good citizen, respect for others, and participate in group discussions and decisions
  • Learn the symbols and customs of the United States of America