At the Cedar Park West location on Tuesdays, we offer:
Spanish – Mrs. Lomas (K/1 homeroom)
Vamos a aprender Español, Lets learn Spanish Students will learn to count, identify colors and shapes, read, write and speak in Spanish in a fun and dynamic way through songs, games, lessons and activities.
We will have posters, exhibits and assignments which we will work together in every class. We will review the alphabet, numbers, vocabulary words, months, days, greetings and lots of practice in pronunciation. We will incorporate circle time, story time and art time to each lesson. We will take a journey to other Spanish speaking countries learn their culture and traditions. We will make Spanish speaking fun for students.
We will be using flash cards, power point presentations, examples and exercises depending on each grade level.
Art – Mrs. L (1/2 homeroom)
This year we will not only explore new mediums, we will make them! Art and Science meet!! Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. L will host a combined exploration into making our own inks out of nontoxic everyday items found in nature. What would we do with watercolor ink if we didn’t have paper? Let’s learn to make it!!! Each year I begin with understanding light. This is essential to bringing our art to the illusion of 3-dimentionality. We will hone our drawing skills and cooperate on a school wide multimedia project involving abstract art and process.
Science – Mrs. Cecil (3/4 homeroom)
Life Sciences-We will explore the many sciences that involve the study of living organisms and life processes and their interrelationships. Our studies will include concepts in the sciences of biology, zoology, oceanography, botany, biochemistry, and physiology.
Music – Mrs. Larsen (5/6 homeroom)
Our music courses will have a strong emphasis on choral singing, culminating in an end of year choir concert. Students will become familiar with melody, harmony, notation and rhythm. Grades 3-6 will learn the basics of reading music as they sing and play recorders. Choral songs will include folk music, Broadway musicals and fun traditional pieces. Students will have opportunities to use rhythm sticks, glockenspiels, boomwhackers and handbells (in a class bell choir). They will also try some dances and learn about different composers. Tuesday Pre-k students will also learn a variety of fun, active songs. Most importantly all grades will develop a love and appreciation of different kinds of music.
P.E – Shihan Yochum & Mrs. Turner
This coming year at the Cedar Park West campus, P.E. will combine fitness activities with situational awareness and self defense techniques.
- 5 min.- warm-up game
- 10 min. – Fitness activity/PE portion
- 10-15 min. – self-defense technique
- 5 min. – cool down
Pre-K – Mrs. Rodriguez
Pre-K students at TREA will have their own special schedule for the day. They will stay in the same classroom (no rotation) with the same teacher and teacher’s aide. The pre-K group will have their own designated lunch, recess, and rest time, even a separate playground. They will have a separate Christ-centered pre-K curriculum focusing on pre-emergent reading and writing, along with educational “centers” and progressive monthly lessons with number and letter themes and even Spanish. Of course, we will praise our Savior and learn bible verses too!
Each month will focus on a group of letters and numbers, and we will progress through the alphabet and to #10. Mrs. Rodriguez will incorporate Spanish words and their pronunciations as well. Pre-k kiddos will have their very own curriculum, classroom, 2 teachers (to include a teacher’s aide) and even their own lunch time and playground. Cost is $150 per month and kiddos need to be potty trained.
>> SCOPE & SEQUENCE DETAILS <<
Lesson 1Me llamo —Lesson 1My name is_____
Lesson 2Hola, adios, Como estas?
Lesson2Hello, good bye, how are you?
Lesson 3 Deque color es?–Lesson 3Colors
Lesson 4Cuantos Hay?—Lesson 4Numbers
Lesson 5 Las formas—Lesson 5 Shapes
Country: Costa Rica
Lesson 6Que dia es hoy?—Lesson 6Days of the week
Lesson 7 Cual es el mes?
Lesson 7Months of the year
Lesson 8 Las estaciones—Lesson 8 Seasons
Lesson 9 Que tiempo hace? —Lesson 9 weather
Lesson 10 Mi cuerpo
Lesson 10 Parts of the body
Lesson 11 Laropa—Lesson 11 Clothes
Lesson 12Mi Familia
Lesson 12My family
Lesson 13 Buenas noches, Buenos dias—Lesson13Good morning, Good night.
This year we will not only explore new mediums, we will make them!
- Each year I begin with understanding light. This is essential to bringing our art to the illusion of 3-dimentionality.
- Art and Science meet!! Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. L will host a combined exploration into making our own inks out of nontoxic everyday items found in nature. After brewing our own inks. We will create pallets to admire the colors we have created then, use them!
- Exploring Pastel
- Continue pastel and watercolor
- Throughout the year we will hone our drawing skills and cooperate on a school wide multimedia project involving abstract art and process.
- Learn to make our own paper
Section 1-Living Creatures—Taxonomy
Section 3-Photosynthesis Formula
Section 4-Plant Parts-Review/Label
Section 5-Remember how a Plant Grows
Section 6-Protists 1
Section 7-Protists 11
Section 8-Frog Life Cycle
Section 9-Bug Life Cycle
Music Class Daily Schedule:
- Vocal warm ups
- Choir songs
- Music History Moment (Jan-May)
- Instruments (used to practice Rhythms) (3-6 learn Staff reading/Music Theory)
- Music Games (K-2)
September-December: Introduction to Choral Singing through various warm ups, Holiday songs, games to reinforce musical concepts, preparations for Christmas Concert at Nursing Home (grades 3-6 Glockenspiels & Recorders)
January-May: “Music history Moments,” highlighting various composers
January/February: Handbells, February/March: Dance, Boomwhackers, April-May: (Grades 3-6 More Recorders) (k-2 Rhythm sticks, maracas)
All grades: preparations for the end of year Concert
Daily Schedule for Pre-K:
*Day begins at 9:15 (drop off as early as 9am, after the big kids arrive and settle in the sanctuary).
9:00-9:30 Educational Centers
9:30-9:45 Calendar/Prayer/Circle Time
9:45-10:10 Lesson of the Day/Writing Practice
10:20-10:40 Craft Activity
10:40 Potty Break
12:10-12:15 Potty Break
12:15-12:30 Song Time/Naptime Story
1:00-Centers and Hands-on activities–playdoh, puzzles, etc. *Early pick-up option anytime btw 1:00-2:00
2:00 Parent pick-up
(Kiddos will be taught the same character trait and scripture as the older kids, although memorization will not be required). Each month there will be one character trait, coincided with different a bible verse each week).
Supply List for Pre-K:
-preschool wide ruled hand writing tablet
-Playdoh, 4 colors per child
-Smock or old shirt for painting
-1 Art sketchbook
-1 packages multicolored construction paper
-1 package Manila construction paper
-1 Glue bottle
-2 wide-grip pencils
-1 set of jumbo easy grip crayons
-1 set of washable markers
-1 package/box of baby wipes
-Box of Kleenex
-1 small bottle of hand sanitizer
The following items will come to school each day with your child and are to be kept labeled in-with a backpack:
-Mat for rest time
-Extra Sippy cup
-Change of clothes for accident