Our School Curriculum

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Learning Through Play While Developing Skills

At Kids Prep Academy, we want children to learn through play and strive to create an environment for children to develop the skills they will need in kindergarten and


The below information will give you an idea of what to expect in our classrooms. If you have any additional questions, please call (623) 234-8912 .

What to Expect in Our Classrooms

Age Two – Introduction to letters, numbers, shapes and colors. Engagement in music and movement, sensory play, art and dramatic play. Circle time features literacy through stories, counting with the calendar and social skills (listening and taking turns). Goals include:

  • Recognizing the first letter of their name
  • Numbers 1-10
  • Colors
  • Basic shapes
  • Identifying feelings/emotions
  • Sharing with others and showing empathy

Age Three – Continue to receive exposure to letters, numbers, shapes and colors. Develop fine motor skills using a variety of crayons, pencils, markers, scissors and paintbrushes. Participation in play that promotes critical thinking skills, planning, problem solving and teamwork. Goals include:

  • Recognizing their name in print
  • Begin to identify other letters of the alphabet
  • Recognize numbers 1-10
  • Counting to 20
  • Identify and begin to draw basic shapes
  • Reciting days of the week and months of the year
  • Sharing and taking turns
  • Sitting and engaging in focused learning for ten or more minutes
  • Fine motor skills (holding a pencil and beginning to cut with scissors)

Ages Four and Five – exposed to a literacy rich environment by age-appropriate books, sight words, writing tools and alphabet games and toys. Engage in science and math activities creating a foundation for future learning. Music and movement, dramatic play, technology and art will be implemented and used to expose children to additional learning experiences. Goals include:

  • Recognizing and printing their name
  • Identifying letters and their sounds
  • Identifying numbers up to 20 and printing numbers 1-10
  • Identify and create basic patterns
  • Recite days of the week and months of the year
  • Work together with peers to plan and problem solve

Collaborative Learning for Developing Minds

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Monthly Curriculum Plan


Letters – Review

Numbers – Review

Shapes – Octagon and Star

Theme – Winter/Snow

Snowflakes, Snowmen, Ice, Mittens


Letters – M, N, O, P

Numbers – 13, 14, 15, 16

Shapes – Heart and Trapezoid

Theme – Valentine’s Day/Dental Health

Letters and Cards, Valentine’s, Going to the Dentist, Healthy Teeth


March Letters – Q, R, S,T

Numbers – 17, 18, 19, 20

Theme – Authors Dr. Suess, Eric Carle, Bill Martin Jr. Laura Numeroff


Letters – U, V, W, X

Math Concepts – Counting and Sorting

Theme – Spring

Rainbows, Butterflies, Planting/Seeds,



Letters – Y, Z

Math Concepts – Sorting and Patterns

Theme – Ocean Animals, Beach


Theme – All About Me My Favorites, My Feelings, My Family,

Pet and Home, My Friends


Letters – A, B, C, D

Numbers – 1, 2, 3, 4

Shapes – Circle and Square

Theme – Apples

Red, Yellow, Green Apple Counting, Apple Seeds, Trees

 Apple Cooking


Letters – E, F, G, H

Numbers – 5, 6, 7, 8

Shapes – Rectangle and Triangle

Theme – Down on The Farm, Farm Animals, Farm Food, Farmer Jobs



Letters – I, J, K, L

Numbers – 9, 10, 11, 12

Shapes – Diamond and Oval

Theme – Fall

Leaves, Black Birds/Scarecrows, Thanksgiving


Review Letters, Numbers, Shapes

Theme – Christmas