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Lower School Kindergarten - 2nd

All Saints' Primary School provides a setting, which encourages independent study habits and academic growth. 

Our goal is for students to be physically, emotionally, and spiritually ready for the challenges of the upper grades while offering an academically rigorous integrated curriculum.


Elementary School students are encouraged to honor, respect, and love God and others in an intellectually stimulating, and culturally diverse community.


We provide opportunities for each child to achieve academic excellence in a Christian environment that builds character and respect for all God's creation.

We offer:

  • Differentiated and individualized instruction

  • Cooperative learning and outdoor classroom experiences in agriculture (link),

  • Enrichment Classes: Art, music, Spanish, technology, library, and physical education

  • Activities that develop intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and foster spiritual, physical, cultural and social development

  • Lessons that promote the balance of self-confidence with responsibility, and compassion

  • Experiences in leadership with cooperation, intellectual challenge with social acceptance and tolerance.

  • Opportunity to grow academically, enhance socialization skills in learning how to work collaboratively.


Language Arts

  • Encouragement to read for fluency, comprehension, and understanding

  • Letter and sound recognition skills including the learning of over 80 special sounds for

  • The teaching of blending and phonetic rules for reading, and over 240 sight words

  • Sentence structure, grammar, spelling, and creative writing skills


  • A formal introduction to lined paper and the correct way to hold a pencil

  • Opportunities to trace for eye-hand coordination

  • Practice writing all 26 upper and lower-case letters, words, sentences, stories, and reports.



Topics of Study:

  • Mathematical vocabulary skills

  • Counting

  • Number recognition

  • Addition/subtraction facts

  • Matching, classifying, comparing, and sequencing

  • Measurement of weight and time

  • Place value

  • Money

Social Studies / Science

  • A well-rounded curriculum interwoven into reading, math, vocabulary, and handwriting activities

  • Learning through: books, films, pictures, field trips, models, displays, hands on activities, games, and experiments

  • Trips to the outdoor classroom

  • Community service opportunities that provide school grown garden produce for a local charity

1st Grade
1st Grade
1st Grade
1st Grade

Language Arts

  • Phonics and Phonemic awareness

  • Fluency, comprehension 

  • Vocabulary

  • Develop literary skills

  • Grammar 

  • Technology

  • Creative writing in a keepsake journal

  • Traditional manuscript program


  • Whole group activities 

  • Cooperative learning activities

  • “Hands-on manipulatives”

  • Critical thinking skills to solve real world problems

Social Studies / Science

  • Current event studies: National Geographic, Studies Weekly, and Scholastic Weekly Reader

  • Map skills

  • Communities around the world

  • Historical events

  • Character development

  • “God’s Bounty” garden and outdoor classroom

2nd Grade
2nd Grade

Language Arts

The five components of reading: 

  • Phonics,

  • phonemic awareness,

  • comprehension,

  • fluency, 

  • vocabulary 

Handwriting and writing skills


  • National Mathematical Practice/Standards

  • Whole group activities, cooperative learning techniques, and/or individualized instruction

  • Hands-on activities/centers, and games

  • Operations and Algebraic Thinking

  • Number and Operations in Base Ten 

  • Measurement and Data

  • Geometry 


  • Living Things Grow and Change,

  • Homes for Living Things

  • Exploring Earth’s Surface,

  • Space and Weather,

  • Explore Matter

  • Energy in Motion

  • Opportunity to explore and experiment

Social Studies

The world around us

  • Study of different countries, cultures, languages, geography

  • Map skills

  • Current events

  • Communities around the world

  • Historical events

  • Character development

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