Spanish Immersion Pre-K

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Spanish Curriculum For Preschool
Monday-Friday 9:30am-3:00pm

Courthouse Academy’s Spanish Immersion program builds a foundation for your children to be able to communicate in Spanish inside and outside the classroom. The Spanish teachers communicate in Spanish with your child during daily activities. Spanish vocabulary will increase naturally, preparing your child to hold conversations and use idioms correctly.

English Curriculum Overview

Pre-K immerses students in literacy every day. Phonics are used to develop pre-reading and writing skills. There is a strong focus on fine motor development to strengthen hands for handwriting. Science lessons that include but are not limited to: the weather, insects and the five senses. Scientific concepts are explored closely and hypothesis are formed individually as well as cooperatively. Math skills are developing with an emphasis on patterns, sequencing and simple addition. Music, art, computers, and gym are included in their weekly curriculum.


  • Develops an awareness of patterns and sounds in language
  • Phonological print awareness
  • Print rich environment to promote comprehension and vocabulary
  • Recognize and improve print letters of the alphabet
  • Improve recognition and print of letters
  • Knowledge of letters and sounds through writing, reading, songs and rhymes
  • Variety of literature introduced
  • Multicultural awareness and understanding
  • Build on children’s home and community experiences to create meaningful connections
  • Introduction to writing and identifying beginning sounds, story elements, sequence of events and be able to communicate ideas through pictures and writing
  • Opportunity for literacy success for every child
  • Promotes independent and critical thinking skills
  • Encourages cooperative and team building skills
  • Science and sensory exploration
  • Creative arts/painting
  • Name writing skills
  • Rhythem and movement
  • Practical math applications: counting, sorting, classifying, patterns, sequencing, matching, one to one correspondence, introduction to graphing
  • Dramatic play
  • Learning centers
  • Blocks and building manipulatives
  • Fine motor development and cutting skills
  • Calendar
  • Songs
  • Music
  • Phonological Assessment Literacy Awareness (PALS)

Character and Ethics

  • Respectful
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Age appropriate manners
  • Sharing and kindness