Kindergarten 2

Welcome to the Kindergarten 2 page

 Below you can find out a little more about school life and what we get up to in K2.

Our Teachers

Ms Anamie Bansuli

Kindergarten 2 Teacher

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Ms Anamie Bansuli
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Ms Annafel Malones

Teacher's Assistant

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Curriculum Overview

Language Arts

Reading

  • Identify and sound out small and capital letters Aa-Zz.
  • Read cvc and consonant blends.
  • Identify and read sight words.
  • Read from left to right
  • Identify the title of a story
  • Understand the difference between author and illustrator
  • Read and understand short and simple sentences

Writing

  • Write in upper and lower case Aa-Zz letters.
  • Follow lines when writing letters.
  • Write complete name.
  • Spell cvc and consonant blends.
  • Forms a sentence orally before writing.
  • End sentences with a punctuation mark
  • Puts space in-between words when writing sentences

Listening & Speaking

  • Identify beginning, middle, and ending sounds
  • Identify rhyming words
  • Ask and answer questions about a text
  • Use descriptive words in expressing ideas and feelings clearly
  • Retell and arrange events of a story in chronological order
  • Identify major characters, settings, and events in a story
  • Engage in and retain conversations with peers
  • Predict an outcome of a story

Grammar

  • Identify, and describe nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions and pronouns
  • Identify common and proper nouns
  • Start writing a sentence with a capital letter
  • Ends a sentence with a punctuation mark
  • Demonstrate understanding of frequently occurring verbs and adjectives by relating them to their opposites.
Social Studies

Time of my Parents and Grandparents

  • Describe how they are unique amongst other children
  • Obey and understand the importance of rules
  • Obey and understand simple procedures given

Where I am in the World

  • Identify and name different kinds of maps
  • Locate places using cardinal directions
  • Name and locate continents and oceans in the map
  • Identify and describe landforms and bodies of water
  • Describe and name different habits of a happy and productive child

Culture Identity and Community

  • Identify their family members and their roles
  • Recognize the difference of one family to another
  • Describe the importance of teamwork
  • Describe and name different ways of working together effectively
Physical Education
  • Taps a ball using the inside of the foot, sending it forward
  • Performs jumping and landing actions with balance. 
  • Throws underhand with opposite foot forward 
  • Drops a ball and catches it before it bounces twice
  • Travels in general space with different speeds 
  • Recognizes that when you move fast, your heart beats faster and you breathe faster
  • Follows directions in group settings (safe behaviors, following rules, taking turns)
  • Travels in three different pathways
  • Follows instruction and directions when prompted

 

ICT

Introduction to ICT

  • Know the meaning of ICT
  • Name and identify the major parts of the computer
  • Know the rules in using the computer and ICT Laboratory

Mouse Skills

  • Hold the mouse properly
  • Use the pointing device to practice clicking (left-click and right click), dragging, double-clicking and highlighting
  • Click desktop icons to open applications

Keyboard Skills

  • Familiarize with keyboard keys
  • Type letters, numbers and words
  • Work with uppercase and lowercase
  • Capitalize letters using Caps Lock and Shift keys

Digital Painting

  • Insert different shapes
  • Resize the shape
  • Color shapes and images
  • Insert labels
  • Draw images using the mouse
Mathematics

Numbers & Operations

  • Represent count and write numbers 1-100.
  • Count to 100 by ones and tens.
  • Compare the number of objects in two sets.
  • Add and subtract within 10.
  • Solve word problems in addition and subtraction.

Algebraic Thinking

  • Use various strategies to find out two numbers that makeup numbers 1-10.
  • Solve for missing numbers in addition and subtraction.
  • Use various strategies to represent addition and subtraction.
  • Uses numbers to decompose numbers 1-20. 

Geometry

  • Analyze and compare two-dimensional shapes.
  • Name, describe, and identify two-dimensional shapes.
  • Analyze and compare three-dimensional shapes.
  • Name, describe, and identify three-dimensional shapes.
  • Problem solving through using various strategies.
  • Use prepositions to describe shapes in the environment.

Measurement & Data

  • Observe and compare lengths and heights of two objects.
  • Group objects into different categories such as shape, color, size, etc.
  • Understand what a graph is.
  • Make a graph based on gathered data.
  • Read a graph to count objects that have been classified into categories.
Science

Introduction to Science

  • Name and describe the 5 senses
  • Identify and describe scientific skills
  • Identify different scientific tools and how they are used

Physical Science

  • Describe and differentiate day and night
  • Sort and describe matter, and describe how it changes
  • Describe and differentiate hot and cold temperature
  • Observe and describe how things move (push and pull, fast and slow)
  • Describe gravity
  • Describe what magnets do
  • Observe and describe sound, light, and heat energy; how it’s made or where it comes from

Life Science

  • Describe and differentiate living and nonliving things
  • Describe and differentiate  the different kinds of plants and animals
  • Identify how plants and animals grow and change
  • Identify what plants and animals need

Earth and Space Science

  • Identify Earth’s resources and their uses
  • Name and describe different types of weather and season
Art

Artistic Perception

  • Recognize and identify simple patterns found in the environment
  • Name art materials
  • Identify the lines, shapes, forms, and colors in an artwork 

Creative Expression

  • Use lines, shapes, forms, and colors to make patterns
  • Use scissors and glue in making art
  • Express ideas through painting
  •  Create a 3-dimensional work of art

Aesthetic Valueing

  • Discuss their own works of art amongst peers
  • Name art materials
  • Describe what is seen in selected works of art
  • Discuss why they made a particular work of art
  •  Describe what they like about a specific work of art

Application

  • Draw something familiar or is seen or used daily
  • Point out images found in their surroundings
  • Discuss different media     used in making artwork