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Kindergarten / First & Second Grade

Wasatch Christian School offers a 5 day a week full day (8:30-3:30 pm) kindergarten/first/second grade combo class. In addition, child-care is available from 6am to 6pm.


Our experienced, caring teachers not only prepares your child academically for 1st grade, but also teaches them from a Christian worldview that prepares them for the future.


Language Arts

  • Sight words

  • Rhyming words

  • Phonogram sounds for all consonants and vowels and other consonants and vowel combinations

  • Alphabetizing words using the first letter

  • Reading and spelling long vowel words with silent "e" and 2 vowel combinations

  • Reading and spelling 3 letter words with consonant/vowel/consonant patterns

  • Compound words

  • Reading paragraphs and readers



  • Introduction to different types of writing genres

  • Introduction to story elements

  • Using word families to create and write sentences

  • Writing about things they are familiar with

  • Spelling cvc, cvce, cvvc words (c=consonants, v=vowels)

  • Using word families and sight words to create and write sentences

  • Writing about things they are familiar with i.e., family, friends, pets.



  • Patterns

  • Shapes (2 and 3 dimensional)

  • Place values

  • Calendar

  • Story problems

  • Counting by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's

  • Telling time

  • Measurements (in inches)

  • Counting money

  • Subtraction and addition

  • Fractions

First Grade

Language Arts

  • Decode words through letter sounds, phonograms, and context clues

  • Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency for reading level to support comprehension

  • Use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding

  • Learn phonogram sounds for multiple consonants and vowel combinations

  • Alphabetize words using the first and second letter

  • Learn compound words and contractions

  • Learn and identify antonyms and synonyms

  • Learn and identify verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs

  • Learn to identify subject and predicate

  • Retell stories in detail

  • Analyze author's purpose

  • Learn about story genres

  • Learn to identify main idea, plot, characters, settings and theme

  • List sequence of events

  • Draw conclusions about a story


  • Count and write to 1,000

  • Skip count by 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 10's, and 100's

  • Compare and order numbers

  • Identify number position

  • Identify sorting and patterning rules

  • Master all basic addition and subtraction facts

  • Add and subtract all double digit numbers including carrying and regrouping

  • Picture and name fractions for 1/4, 1/2, 3/4

  • Measure to the nearest centimeter, inch, half inch, and foot

  • Compare volume and mass

  • Reading a thermometer

  • Measure perimeter and area

  • Place value for ones, tens, hundreds

  • Tell time to five minute intervals

  • Count money to $100

  • Identify geometric solids, lines of symmetry, and angles

  • Read and fill out multiple types of graphs

  • Create and solve story problem​​​

Second Grade

Language Arts

  • Blend letter sounds to decode larger words

  • Decode words with common parts

  • Review compound words and contractions

  • Learn suffixes and prefixes of words

  • Blend syllables and decode multisyllabic words

  • Learn and decode phonograms in a word- combined letter sounds/ word families

  • Read aloud with accuracy, comprehension, and appropriate rate

  • Work towards reading fluency goals

  • Use word structure to figure out meaning of unfamiliar text

  • Learn  text comprehension strategies

  • Identify verbs, nouns, adverbs, adjectives, subject and predicate

  • Understand the difference between synonyms, antonyms, homophones, homonyms

  • Retell stories in detail

  • Analyze author's purpose

  • Identify cause and effect of relationships

  • Compare and contrast information

  • Draw conclusions

  • Identify fact and opinion

  • Understand and identify main idea and list supporting details of a story

  • Identify story genres 

  • List sequence of events from a story

  • Identify plot structure, theme, setting, characters of a story


  • Count and write to 1,000

  • Skip count by 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 10's, 25's, and 100's

  • Place value ones, tens, hundreds, thousands

  • Expanded notation

  • Compare and order numbers to 1,000

  • Add and subtract all double and 3 digit numbers including carrying and regrouping

  • Identify and write fractions as part of a whole

  • Identify multiples of a number

  • Identify lines and angles by name

  • Write and create story problems

  • Measure to the nearest centimeter and inch and fractions there of

  • Compare capacities

  • Calculate perimeter, area, and volume

  • Create, identify, and/or draw geometric shapes

  • Tell time to the one minute interval

  • Count money to the hundreds of dollars

  • Review geometric solids and lines of symmetry

  • Create and read all types of graphs

  • Master multiplication facts 0-10 and 100

  • Tell and write the temperature

  • Read and understand data and statistics

Subjects Taught Together


  • Study different types of writing genres and story elements

  • Create and write stories

  • Write using correct sequencing 

  • Use frequently occurring prepositions, strong verbs, adjectives, and adverbs 

  • Use word families and sight words to create and write sentences

  • Ask and answer questions about key details in text

  • Write about a topic using reasons, facts, definitions, details, and conclusions

  • Produce simple and compound sentences

  • With adult and peer help stay on topic, revise, and edit to strengthen work


Science and Health

  • Weather

  • Seasons

  • Water cycle

  • Matter: solids, liquids, gases

  • Trees/Leaves

  • Animals

  • Butterflies

  • Light

  • Apples

  • Pumpkins

  • Seeds and plants

  • Taking care of our bodies

Meet the Teachers

Mrs. Hazel

This will be my first year teaching at Wasatch Christian School, but my sixth year teaching grades Kindergarten through Second. I love teaching lower elementary and sharing the excitement of learning, exploring, and fun that we get to have together! I am currently continuing my education through Western Governors University in early childhood education and I love teaching math and reading! I can’t wait to explore exciting math quests with you and help you become a better reader and expose you to lots of new reading adventures! I have three beautiful girls that are my sunshine to the world and an amazing, hardworking husband. As a family we love to travel and see new places. This summer we went on a remarkable holiday down to Australia! This trip was full of new experiences and stunning views. I am eager to share my experiences with you and hear all about the amazing experiences you have had throughout your life!



more info coming soon!