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2K Curriculum

Skills Development

The comprehensive two-year-old early education program provides an opportunity for children to have the best quality childcare in a Christian setting. We recognize and appreciate the uniqueness of each child and seek to provide, for all children, an environment in which the child may learn new concepts and skills through concrete experiences and loving care. Children are motivated to develop skills in the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social realms. The Abeka curriculum is used in providing a Christian based academic program that teaches the early fundamental foundations in Bible, Phonics, Numbers, Printing, Science, Health, Safety and Manners in a fun, hands-on environment. In addition, major emphasis is placed on character development through the integration of Biblical principles throughout the daily activities. Social interaction among the students is fostered, giving them opportunities to develop social values, sharing, group acceptance, independence, and dependability.

Goals and Objectives

The students will complete various activities to develop fine motor skills by coloring with crayons and markers, painting, gluing various art materials to enhance the letter and number being reviewed.


Students will be introduced to various aspects of numbers such as counting, recognizing, matching, linking, as well as hands-on exploration of spatial relationships, sorting, sequencing and recognizing colors and shapes. Implementation of small group teaching allows for more student participation and cooperative activities that motivate students to learn and interact.

Goals and Objectives

  • The students will begin to count numbers 1-25.

  • The students will be able to recognize numbers 1-10.

  • The students will be able to count objects to determine the number of items in a group.

  • The students will be able to recognize all 8 primary colors.

  • The students will be able to identify shapes: circle, square, triangle, and rectangle.

  • The students will be able to distinguish between larger/smaller and more/less.

  • The students will be able to sort and group items that are the same.

Language Development

Two-year olds learn the shape and sound of each letter of the alphabet. Fun games are used during Phonics and Language Development to motivate the children and to make learning enjoyable and engaging. Finger plays, songs, and poems provide delightful ways to use the two-year old child’s natural love of poetry and music to enhance their language development.

Goals and Objectives

  • The students will begin to form letters appropriately.

  • The students will be able to say the sound of each letter.

  • The students will be able to recognize and name each letter of the alphabet.

  • The students will develop their language skills.

  • The students will increase their skills and ability to listen and follow directions.

  • The students will build and strengthen their motor skills as they participate in movement through fun games and activities.

  • The students will develop an appreciation of God’s creation as they learn about the world around them.


Bible is the most important time of the school day for two-year-olds. Bible time includes hymns, choruses, memory verses, prayer time and the Bible lesson. Through the Bible stories and application, children will receive a firm foundation in Biblical principles that can continue to be developed as they progress into preschool. Bible time reinforces Godly character development.

Goals and Objectives

  • The students will learn to memorize Bible verses.

  • The students will receive a broad exposure to many favorite hymns and choruses.

  • The students will learn the importance of prayer as they listen to the teacher pray and participate in prayer time.

  • The students will learn a Biblical application that can be applied to their daily activities and lives.

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