Three’s Program Class Curriculum

CPI’s primary goal in all classes is for our children to enjoy school and to have positive feelings about school and themselves. During the course of the year, CPI’s teachers will develop academic and social skills as defined by our school philosophy. Additionally, Three’s students will participate in a curriculum with the following themes:

September

Getting to Know You
Friends
Primary Colors

October

Halloween
Fall
Apples
Shapes
Fitness Day

November

Native Americans
Thanksgiving
Nature
Vegetable Day

December

Winter Holiday Celebrations

January

Winter
Numbers
Winter Animals
Name Recognition

February

Valentine’s Day
Community Helpers
Super Bowl
Hat Day

March

Things That Blow in the Wind
St. Patrick’s Day

April

Spring, Planting Seeds
Under the Sea

May

Mother’s Day
Butterflies
Flowers
All About Me
Father’s Day
Princess/ Pirate Day
Beach Day

Language Arts

Stories, finger plays, recognition of name, colors, body parts, visual memory activities.

Math

Recognizing numbers 1-10, developing one to one correspondence, counting to 20, sorting, recognition of right and left, calendar, shape recognition, puzzles.

Art and Music

Painting with all mediums, gluing, developing cutting skills, Play-Doh, coloring, free art, crafts.
Sensory: Play-Doh, sand, rice table, beans, corn, flour, snow, dirt, kinetic sand.
Music: Songs, rhymes, games, musical instruments, dances

Other Activities

Outdoor play, block play, housekeeping, science activities, show & tell, puppet play, gross motor activities, dramatic play, and manipulative toys.

In House Field Trips

Firefighter, police officer, dentist, Rescue Squad Puppet Show, taekwondo.

Student Evaluation

Student evaluations will be sent home once a year. The teacher is always available to discuss a child’s progress throughout the year.

Special Helper and Snack

The snack is provided each day by the participating parent (in the co-op class)

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