Our Kindergarten Program

About this course

Age:  5 year olds
Curriculum: McGraw Hill Florida Wonders
Schedule: 8:15 am – 4 pm

Course Features

Typical Day

The Preschool Program is run on a daily flexible schedule that allows the teacher and students extra time to complete activities throughout the day. Flexible schedules are known to increase student achievement, personalized learning, and student engagement. This type of scheduling builds a better relationship between student and teacher.

Your Preschoolers typical flexible schedule is as follows:

  • Arrival
  • Free Play and Table Activities
  • Circle Time (Prayer, Pledges, Helper Chart, Calendar, Weather, Curriculum)
  • Bible (Story and Verse, Chapel on Wednesday mornings)
  • Art
  • Music
  • Computers and Library
  • Snack and Outdoor Play
  • Learning Centers
    • Math
    • Art
    • Science
    • Language
    • Social studies
    • Fine Motor Activities
  • Group Activities
  • Dismissal


The program is enhanced with Library time, computer media center, gardening, cooking, outdoor play, in-house field trips, special seasonal parties and programs. Specialty teachers also provide art and music development.

Wonders Overview

Overall View of Curriculum:

The Wonders Curriculum has been designed to align closely with the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards, ensuring that its instructional materials and activities are tailored to meet the specific educational benchmarks outlined by the state. This alignment enables educators to implement the curriculum and achieve optimal student outcomes effectively. By adhering to the state’s standards and guidelines, the Wonders Curriculum provides a comprehensive and cohesive approach to learning that is rigorous and engaging. Here’s how Wonders adheres to these standards:

  1. Alignment with Florida B.E.S.T. Standards: The Wonders Curriculum is explicitly designed to align with the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards for English Language Arts. This alignment ensures that the curriculum addresses the critical knowledge and skills outlined in the state standards, providing a clear framework for teaching and learning.
  2. Integrated Content: Wonders integrates content that addresses the domains and benchmarks specified in the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards. The curriculum comprehensively covers all aspects of English Language Arts, including reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language, ensuring standards are met.
  3. Scope and Sequence: The Wonders Curriculum follows a scope and sequence that aligns with the progression of skills outlined in the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards. Instructional materials are organized logically, allowing students to build upon their knowledge and skills over time in alignment with the standards.
  4. Assessment Alignment: Wonders includes assessment tools and activities aligned with the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards. These assessments measure student proficiency and progress in the standards, providing valuable data for educators to inform instructional decisions.
  5. Differentiation and Support: The Wonders Curriculum offers resources and support for differentiated instruction to meet the diverse needs of students following the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards. Teachers can adapt lessons and provide additional support or enrichment activities to ensure that all students have opportunities to meet the standards.
  6. Professional Development: Wonders provides professional development opportunities for educators to deepen their understanding of the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards and effectively implement the curriculum. This support helps teachers align their instructional practices with the standards and promote student success.

Wonders is committed to upholding high standards to provide students with top-quality instruction, equipping them to meet the academic demands of English Language Arts and achieve success in their educational pursuits. We take great care to ensure that our instruction is of the highest caliber, ensuring students receive the support and guidance they need to excel.

The Wonders Curriculum employs a variety of tools and resources to support teachers in effectively incorporating instructional material into their lessons. Here are some examples, including the use of videos:

  1. Digital Platforms: Wonders provides access to digital platforms that host a wealth of resources, such as e-books, interactive activities, multimedia content, and instructional videos. These platforms offer a convenient way for teachers to access and integrate diverse instructional materials into their lessons.
  2. Online Libraries: Wonders often include access to online libraries or repositories containing a vast collection of texts, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and informational texts. These libraries allow teachers to select texts that align with their instructional goals and students’ interests, enhancing engagement and comprehension.
  3. Interactive Whiteboard Activities: Many components of the Wonders Curriculum include interactive whiteboard activities that can be used to introduce, reinforce, or assess critical concepts. These activities often use multimedia elements, like videos, audio clips, animations, and games, to enhance student participation and cater to diverse learning styles.
  4. Teacher Guides and Lesson Plans: Wonders provides comprehensive teacher guides and lesson plans offering step-by-step instructions for effectively implementing the curriculum. These guides often include suggestions for incorporating multimedia resources such as videos to enhance instruction and engage students.
  5. Professional Development Videos: Wonders may offer professional development videos designed to support teachers in effectively implementing the curriculum. These videos may cover topics such as instructional strategies, differentiation techniques, assessment practices, and classroom management tips, providing valuable guidance and support to educators.
  6. Student Collaboration Tools: Some components of the Wonders Curriculum include tools and resources that facilitate student collaboration and communication, such as online discussion forums, collaborative writing platforms, or video conferencing tools. These tools allow students to collaborate, share ideas, and interact with peers, encouraging active participation and creating a sense of community in the classroom.

Overall, the Wonders Curriculum leverages various tools and resources, including videos, to support teachers in effectively incorporating instructional material and enhancing student learning experiences. These tools are designed to be user-friendly, accessible, and aligned with best practices in education, enabling teachers to create engaging and impactful learning environments for their students.

Language & Literacy

Florida Wonders offers a comprehensive framework to foster early literacy skills. Students develop foundational reading, writing, speaking, and listening abilities through engaging activities and diverse texts.


Florida Wonders integrates science education to spark curiosity and exploration in young learners. Through hands-on experiments, observations, and inquiry-based activities, students explore basic scientific concepts such as living and nonliving things, weather, plants, animals, and the properties of matter. The curriculum fosters a love for science while developing foundational skills such as observation, prediction, and experimentation, laying the groundwork for future scientific inquiry and discovery.


Florida Wonders introduces fundamental concepts in Math through hands-on activities, games, and interactive lessons. Students explore numbers, shapes, patterns, and basic operations, building a solid mathematical foundation while fostering problem-solving skills and critical thinking. 

Social Studies

Florida Wonders helps students in fostering an understanding of the world around them. Students learn about their families, communities, and basic concepts of citizenship and cultural diversity through engaging activities, stories, and discussions. Aligned with state standards, this Curriculum encourages students to explore different cultures, traditions, and historical events, laying the groundwork for future social awareness and civic engagement.

Bible Curriculum

Kindergarteners learn about God’s great story of salvation by walking through the entire Bible! Each story from the Old and New Testaments reveal the love and salvation that only comes from our Lord Jesus Christ. The children are able to discover how Jesus is the center of God’s Word as well as their own lives!

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