The Mission of Mohammed Schools is to provide an education based on Quranic principles and their universal application. The Early Childhood program has been designed around the idea of this Mission using the State approved Saxon curriculum along with an Arabic & Islamic studies comprehensive program.
The Mohammed Schools early childhood department comprises of
Pre–K 3, Pre-K 4 and Kindergarten and utilizes the Qur’an as the standard, and is the base for our academic program.
The Pre-K curriculum is broken into 4 key components- Literacy, Math, Science and Social Studies. The program promotes discovery, language, literacy and exploration of the world around them. The Pre-K program is an integrated program divided in to nine monthly themes which are supported by 36 weekly sub-themes, designed to encourage student’s social and academic development.
Pre-K students are introduced to pre-reading, math and language skills, while Kindergarten students are on a track for building strong reading and math skills. The Kindergarten program is complete with text books and hands-on activities.
As our students move from stage to stage in their educational journey, they are encouraged and supported with this question in mind…”Who are the learned? – Those who practice what they know!”
Our goal at Mohammed Schools is to teach all students to accept their G’d-given responsibilities and full potential, as we provide a nurturing environment that engages students in discovery and critical thinking.
Pre-K and Kindergarten:
Students engage in independent learning through our hands-on interactive centers.
Each center is carefully designed to support the monthly themes as well as nurture the growing interest of young children.
The centers are age appropriate, designed to support independence as well as differentiation in instruction and offer enrichment for advance students in the areas of reading and math.
In addition, we have chosen the Saxon, Story Town Harcourt early childhood comprehensive curriculum, Sadlier Oxford Math curriculum, Harcourt Social Studies and Science curriculum.
The Early Childhood Department hosts an annual Week of the Young Muslim Child event. This week-long, Spring time celebration of children and learning is usually held in April. It is open to parents of children up to age five and daycare providers. Come and discover who we are!