Tina DeMarco
Nichol Di Lella
Jennifer Cardinale

Tina DeMarco

Nichol Di Lella

Jennifer Cardinale

Kindergarten is an exciting time of exploration. At Wilson School, we offer an excellent Kindergarten curriculum in a nurturing environment which promotes kindness, respect, and love of learning. Here are some of the exciting themes and activities the students participate in throughout the year.



  • Themes: Getting to Know You and All About Me
  • Color and Shape Week
  • Study of apples (Johnny Appleseed)
  • Native American Day
  • Fall Festivities


  • Themes: Animals I Like and Around The Table
  • Fire Prevention and Safety Study
  • Halloween Festivities



  • Theme: Family and Friends
  • Thanksgiving Feast


  • Themes: Watch Me Grow and Animal Families
  • Study of Different Holidays
  • Chasing the Gingerbread Man
  • Winter Festivities


  • Theme: Silly Business
  • New Year's Celebration
  • Teddy Bear Week - Winnie the Pooh's Birthday
  • Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales
  • Honoring the Life and Dreams of Martin Luther King Jr.


  • Theme: Animal Adventures
  • Study of Animal Habitats
  • Groundhog's Day
  • Valentine's Day
  • Study of our Presidents
  • Black History Month
  • Dental Health Month


  • Theme: Around the Town
  • Dr. Seuss's Birthday - Read Across America
  • St. Patrick's Day
  • Career Day
  • Spring Festivities
  • Women in History


  • Theme: Growing Things
  • Planting Flowers
  • Easter and Spring Celebration


  • Theme: Bug Surprises
  • Observing the life cycle of butterflies
  • Memorial Day
  • Cinco De Mayo
  • Field Day
  • Class Trip
  • Visiting the Post Office
  • Mother's Day Tea


  • Theme: Under the Ocean
  • Stepping Up (Introduction to First Grade)
  • Study of Summer
  • Kindergarten End of the Year Show



There is always something special and fun going on in the Kindergarten classes. In addition to the themes and activities listed above, the children learn a new letter of the alphabet each week. As they gain knowledge of the relationship between letters and the sounds they make, the children learn to read and write by blending letter sounds. They also learn to read by recognition of sight words. The children will be educated in the area of literacy and will become familiar with the different parts of a book and its contents. The Kindergarten children also enjoy learning to count to 100 by ones, fives, and tens. The students will participate in many hands-on activities with manipulatives, such as creating patterns and graphs, learning about money and measurement, addition and subtraction, and telling time.

A primary focus is providing instruction to each student at their individual stage of development. Our Kindergarten program allows students to develop a healthy self-concept, and to acquire fundamental skills and knowledge for reaching each child's fullest potential.


Upcoming Dates


Monday, May 28


Tuesday, June 05


Thursday, June 14 - Thursday, June 21


Thursday, June 21