In Kindergarten the teacher uses Saxon Phonics, Abeka math, and individual units that have been developed from a variety of sources to move the kindergarteners to reading and to addition and subtraction by the end of the year.
MBCA's basic enriched instruction consists of the following:
Reading and Language Arts objectives are met through a strong phonics based program and a wide range of whole language, therefore strengthening reading comprehension, writing skills, and problem solving.
Math and Science are taught through a hands on manipulative and problem solving approach.
Physical Education and Health focuses on exercise and proper nutrition to develop strong healthy bodies.
Computer Technology is a part of each class.
Christian Education: Bible is taught individually and integrated into the core curriculum.
Social Studies emphasizes a Christian world view. Critical thinking and discernment are taught to help students make right choices and become contributing members of society.
Spanish classes enrich the child’s language experience.
American Sign Language helps develop both sides of the brain and increases the child’s cognitive abilities.
Fine Arts include music and art that encourage performance, creativity, theory, and history. Formal music classes are twice a week and art is once a week.