Studying language and its rules allows us to understand something more about the logic of the God who created us. For this study, we progressively introduce students to reading and writing Spanish, in order to obtain a complete understanding of the primary components of the Spanish language (rules for grammar, spelling, and writing).

Following is an outline of what is covered in each level.

PreK

The prereading and prewriting textbooks include exercises for training of visual and motor skills, and for visual perception. They also contain fine motor skill exercises to develop precision, coordination, speed, and movement control in fingers and hands. The study guides also include activities to give students practice in perceiving similarities and differences in sounds.

Kindergarten

Reading and writing programs are designed to teach children to read and write in a simple and interesting manner. For example, the teaching of each letter of the alphabet is done with a narration that captures the child’s attention and guides his attention toward the grapheme that is to be learned.

Elementary

Besides using interesting stories that build character and are appropriate for this age group, textbooks also include penmanship exercises with explanations and tips for the correct way to sit, hold a pencil, and trace the letters accurately.

Middle and High School

Besides a study of the Spanish language, its general guidelines, its use, and its expressions, these years will cover the different uses of language in literature (world and Latin American literature), its specifics, and its most noteworthy characteristics.