Our School Environment :: Geography and Science

Large pieces of land are called continents and large pieces of water are oceans.

Large pieces of land are called continents and large pieces of water are oceans.

Each child has a paper map to keep track of what they are learning.

Each child has a paper map to keep track of what they are learning.

Kindergarteners get to make their own continent and ocean globe.

Kindergarteners get to make their own continent and ocean globe.

A child labels a map once all of it has been learned.

A child labels a map once all of it has been learned.

After labeling the world map, a child is shown how to draw & label individual continents.

After labeling the world map, a child is shown how to draw & label individual continents.

After learning the world map, children learn the countries in North and Central America.

After learning the world map, children learn the countries in North and Central America.

Children are taught to categorize objects and pictures in the science area.

Children are taught to categorize objects and pictures in the science area.

Children learn the names of bones inside the human body using a life-size skeleton.

Children learn the names of bones inside the human body using a life-size skeleton.


    Children are encouraged to master the world map, the map of North and Central America and then the United States map. Puzzle maps are also available to learn the names of countries in Europe, Asia, Australia, South America, and Africa.

    Many science activities are available throughout the school year.  Children are exposed to categorizing and classification, experimentation, predicting, and recording of their findings.