The Most Important & Essential Classes

Language Arts (English)

Language Arts (English)

An emphasis is placed on speaking skills, listening, spelling, reading, fluency, comprehension, grammar, creative writing, and the use of references.

Kurdish Language

Kurdish Language

Lessons are conducted daily to learn the sounds, blends, reading, stories, songs, mathematics, and writing of the Kurdish language.

Mathematics

Mathematics

Concrete materials are used from the preschool years to introduce and reinforce concepts for operations that include: counting, decimal system, arithmetic operations, geometry, squaring, cubing, prime factors, measurement, time, fractions, and higher level skills.

Geography

Geography

Students learn about the Earth and link physical, social, economic, and human geography to explore their own cultures, diversity around the world, and previous civilizations.

History

History

The concept of time, the concept of history, the fundamental needs of mankind, and the study of life.

Practical Life

Practical Life

Practical Life activities help children learn how to care for themselves and their environment. These activities help children become more independent and lead to increased self-confidence. Care of the indoor and outdoor environment, grace and courtesy, and field trip etiquette are all explored.

Science

Science

Lower elementary science includes the study of botany, earth science, chemistry, physics, and principles of scientific processes.

Sensorial

Sensorial

The use of sensory materials allow children to express and classify their sensory experiences. Areas include visual, touch, smell, taste, hearing, and movement.

Art & Music

Art & Music

Art allows students to explore fine motor skills, color, and their imagination. Lessons include learning about great artists, glue, cutting with scissors, markers, crayons, and paint.

Music lessons allow children to gain an understanding of language and develop their cognitive, social, and emotional skills.

Geometry

Geometry

A branch of mathematics that deals with hands on use of materials to discover two-dimensional plane shapes, three-dimensional shapes, and the properties of space.