3rd Quarter Kindergarten Daily Lesson Log | SY 2019 – 2020 DLL

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ou will find the  3rd Quarter Kindergarten Daily Lesson Log | SY 2019 – 2020 DLL at the bottom of this article. If you have time, you may read the article below for some background on the kindergarten curriculum.


The Kindergarten Curriculum is a child-centred, developmentally appropriate, integrated program of learning children. The purpose of the program is to establish a strong foundation for learning in the early years, and to do so in a safe and caring, play-based environment that promotes the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of all children. The primary goals of the Kindergarten Curriculum are:

  • to establish a strong foundation for learning in the early years;
  • to help children make a smooth transition from home, child care, or preschool settings to school settings;
  • to allow children to reap the many proven benefits of learning through relationships, and through play and inquiry;
  • to set children on a path of lifelong learning and nurture competencies that they will need to thrive in the world of today and tomorrow.

The Kindergarten program reflects the belief that young learners are capable and competent learners, full of potential and ready to take ownership of their learning. It approaches children as unique individuals who live and learn within families and communities. Based on these beliefs, and with knowledge gained from research and proven in practice, the Kindergarten program:

  • supports the creation of a learning environment that allows all children to feel comfortable in applying their unique ways of thinking and learning;
  • is built around expectations that are challenging but attainable;
  • is flexible enough to respond to individual differences;
  • provides every child with the kind of support he or she needs in order to develop:
    • self-regulation;
    • health, well-being, and a sense of security;
    • emotional and social competence;
    • curiosity, creativity, and confidence in learning;
    • respect for diversity;
    • supports engagement and ongoing dialogue with families about their children’s learning and development.

The vision and goals of the Kindergarten Curriculum align with and support the goals for education set out in achieving excellence: A renewed vision for education  – achieving excellence, ensuring equity, promoting well-being, and enhancing public confidence.


[Early childhood is] a period of momentous significance … By the time this period is over, children will have formed conceptions of themselves as social beings, as thinkers, and as language users, and they will have reached certain important decisions about their own abilities and their own worth.

Evidence from diverse fields of study tells us that children grow in programs where adults are caring and responsive. Children succeed in programs that focus on active learning through exploration, play, and inquiry. Children thrive in programs where they and their families are valued as active participants and contributors.

Early childhood is a critical period in children’s learning and development. Early experiences, particularly to the age of five, are known to “affect the quality of [brain] architecture by establishing either a sturdy or a fragile foundation for all of the learning, health and behavior that follow”  Children arrive in Kindergarten as unique individuals shaped by their particular cultural and social background, socio-economic status, personal capabilities, and day-to-day experiences, and at different stages of development. All of these factors influence their ability to reach their full potential.

Experiences during the early years strongly influence their future physical, mental, and emotional health, and their ability to learn. For these reasons, children’s early experiences at school are of paramount importance. Quality early-learning experiences have the potential to improve children’s overall health and well-being for a lifetime. By creating, fostering, and sustaining learning environments that are caring, safe, inclusive, and accepting, educators can promote the resilience and overall well-being of children. The cognitive abilities, skills, and habits of mind that characterize lifelong learners have their foundation in the critical early years.

In addition, it is essential for programs to provide a variety of learning opportunities and experiences based on assessment information that reveals what the children know, what they think and wonder about, where they are in their learning, and where they need to go next. Assessment that informs a pedagogical approach suited to each child’s particular strengths, interests, and needs will promote the child’s learning and overall development. The importance of early experiences for a child’s growth and development is recognized in the design of The Kindergarten Program, which starts with the understanding that all children’s learning and development occur in the context of relationships – with other children, parents and other family members, educators, and the broader environment


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One thought on “3rd Quarter Kindergarten Daily Lesson Log | SY 2019 – 2020 DLL”

  1. I’d like to thank you for the efforts you’ve put in compiling important files for teachers. Teachers are stronger together. Salamat!

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