Monday, March 1, 2010

Kindergarten Curriculum- Αναλυτικό Πρόγραμμα Νηπιαγωγείου

The following is an offering from the Direct Archdiocesan District Office of Education of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North America.

In response to the need for a uniform course study for the kindergarten classes of the parochial day schools, the Direct Archdiocesan District Office of Education recently created a Curriculum for the Kindergarten to assist the teachers who teach Greek as second language to children of this age group.

Based on the developmental needs and the learning abilities of the kindergarten child, the Kindergarten Curriculum places an emphasis on oral communication and, at the same time, aims at instilling in the young learners a sense of pride, love and respect for the Greek cultural heritage and the Greek Orthodox faith.

The Kindergarten Curriculum is divided into 13 units, one of which refers to major religious holidays and customs. Each unit consists of the following: the general goal, the objective of each lesson, recommended activities and materials, basic vocabulary, phrases for oral communication practice, and a vast list of resources (songs, poems, stories, and games) to help teachers introduce each unit.

Teachers are advised to use the Curriculum as a “guide.” They may adapt it to the particular needs and abilities of their students and use various resources to achieve the general goal and the learning objectives of each lesson.

To download the curriculum, click here


  1. This is awesome! I will definitely be using this with Niko! Thanks!

  2. Καταπληκτικό το ιστολόγιο σας
    Καλό μήνα !!

  3. Γειά χαρά!
    είμαι νηπιαγωγός (αδιόριστη) και θέλω να κατεβάσω το υον ισχΑναλυτικό Πρόγραμμα Νηπιαγωγείου ωστε να αρχισω διάβασμα για το επόμενο ΑΣΕΠ - ναι, η ελπιδα πευαινει παντα τελευταια.
    Το βρηκα σε αυτο το μπλογκ, αλλα θα το προτιμουσα στα ελληνικα. Παρακαλω οποιος μπορει να βοηθησει, ας το κάνει!

    Ευχαριστω εκ των προτερων

  4. This is great! We don't have a curriculum that we follow here in Ontario, Canada so I will make sure that it exists:)