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CURRICULUM OVERVIEW 2018-19

NOVEMBER- WE GIVE THANKS TO GOD, SHAPES, PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE, THANKSGIVING BREAK
Well it won’t be hard to see the shapes all around us. We will take this holiday season to look for triangles, circles, rectngles and squares. We will close the month with a reflection on all the blessings that we are thankful for as we celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday.

DECEMBER-GOD’S GIFT: JESUS, ADVENT,THE 5 SENSES, CHRISTMAS
December is a month of sharing gifts of love, God’s special gift of his son, Jesus. Songs of love will be our gift as we participate in our yearly excursion to Kula Hospital to carol for the patients there. The children will also be performing at the Christmas Pageant at the end of the month.  Mele Kalikimaka and Hau’oli Makahiki Hou to all our families!

JANUARY- CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK, ALPHABETS, CHINESE NEW YEAR, BOOK PACKS
What fun we will have when introducing our children to the alphabet. This month we will also be celebrating together with all Catholic Schools, the pride of an education based on the life of Christ and the love of God.

FEBRUARY- ALPHABETS CONTINUED, GOD GIVES US OUR FAMILY, FAMILIES, VALENTINES DAY
We will enjoy creating our own master pieces as the children will be making their own special Valentines cards for their families on Valentines Day. We will also be continuing the alphabet into next month, and learning how to love and take care of one another and our family members.

MARCH- GIRL’S DAY, ST.PATRICK’S DAY, THE HOLY TRINITY, SAFE ENVIROMENT PRESENTATION, ASH WEDNESDAY,GIRLS DAY
Spring is in the air! Children will share in the Japanese Spring time celebration of Hina Matsuri or Girl’s Day. The Ladybugs and Butterflies will get to learn about St. Patrick and the message of the holy trinity in representation of the clover to the people of Ireland and the church. As always safety is important in the lives of our children and so we will be participating in the National Safety/Sexual Assault Prevention Week this month.

APRIL-MONTH OF THE YOUNG CHILD, HE IS RISEN, EASTER
Children are special people, in April we participate in the “National Month of the Young Child”. Easter will bring joy to all our hearts as we count our blessings. We will be working on our major fundraiser for the school, our annual Feast and May Day We will also be going out into the community to share our Aloha for the islands and ocean.

MAY- ST. JOSEPH FEAST, BOY’S DAY, MOTHER’S DAY, MONTH OF THE BLESSED MOTHER MARY, MAY DAY, ALOHA NIGHT
Get out those Koi fish flags as we recognize our boys the Japanese way on Boy’s Day (May 5th). On May 11th we recognize the love of our Mother’s, especially our heavenly Mother Mary. Happy Mother’s Day to our moms.

JUNE- GOD MADE A WOUNDERFUL WORL, OCEAN, FATHERS DAY, SUMMER FUN
The summer will cool down with our “Ocean “theme this month. Good stewards of this land will learn the importance of taking care of the ocean. We will also enjoy summer fun at the beach this month on field trips.

JULY-GOD IS WITH ME WHEREVER I GO, FOURTH OF JULY, TRANSITIONS, ALOHA NIGHT
The Fourth of July rodeo and parade will get us going this month. We will end the month focusing on supporting the children into smooth transitions as they prepare for new school settings or return into preschool next school year. This leads us to the grand finale of the school year, Aloha Night where the children will showcase the year with a performance put on for family and friends.

*** The above mentioned is subject to change with out prior notice.   

 

 

 

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2 yrs & 9 months to 6 yrs old

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