Construction Of a Kindergarten At The Orphanage

Children’s orphan Kindergarten center will be a seven roomed class size and it will have swings and a large playground it will have a small office from where the teachers will access their teaching programs we all need younger orphan children to be taught how to read and write and it all begins with kinder ten. The answer lies in the very heart of what it is we want our children to be taught about life, especially by the people with whom they spend a vast majority of their school-age time – teacher’s. At the kindergarten they won’t teach subjects – they will teach children – we teach them how to look at life through the spectacles of God’s Word; that’s the most fundamental difference.

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Construction of a kindergarten at the orphanage

Children’s orphan Kindergarten center will be a seven roomed class size and it will have swings and a large playground it will have a small office from where the teachers will access their teaching programs we all need younger orphan children to be taught how to read and write and it all begins with kinder ten. The answer lies in the very heart of what it is we want our children to be taught about life, especially by the people with whom they spend a vast majority of their school-age time – teachers. At the kindergarten they won’t teach subjects – they will teach children – we teach them how to look at life through the spectacles of God’s Word; that’s the most fundamental difference.

 

Kindergartners have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities designed to help them make the adjustment to the school environment and learn how to work in a group. It is important that children learn to function well in the classroom environment. This includes getting along with other children and cooperating with adults other than their own parents. Kindergartners learn to take turns and wait without interrupting. They also work diligently to develop their listening skills. Kindergarten teachers consistently will monitor each child’s progress during the year through both classroom observation and periodic grade-appropriate testing. Teachers will give one-on-one assessments on a regular basis and are also attentive to the daily work each child completes in the classroom. The information gained through these assessments is used to meet the needs of each individual child. This progress will be documented on the student’s progressive report card All letters will be taught by the end of the second month of school. Students begin with a brief introduction of each letter and then move on to letter sounds and proper formation. By the end of kindergarten, most students will be reading. The development of fine motor skills in preparation for first grade is also an important part of kindergarten. Students will have many opportunities to use pencils, crayons, and scissors and practice regularly how to properly use them.

 

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