Class: K – Mrs. Neal

Becky Neal

Becky Neal

Bachelor of Arts from Fresno Pacific University
Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Chapman University

Kindergarten Teacher


Welcome to kindergarten at Immanuel Elementary! I have been teaching kindergarten for many years and feel blessed to be a part of the Immanuel family. My husband and I have three children who we are very proud of: our two adult daughters and our son, who is currently a high school student at Immanuel. We love to spend time together as a family. We love sports, musicals, museums, movies, reading, and spending time at the beach.

We have an all day kindergarten program at Immanuel providing children with many various opportunities. Reading and writing are taught using a phonics-based program. Children learn math and science through hands-on experiences and discover social studies through daily activities and learning about others. Music and art are also integral parts of the learning process and are incorporated throughout the curriculum. Children also participate in weekly chapels and have the opportunity to worship through praise music while learning meaningful Bible truths.

Your children are a precious gift and it brings me great joy to be their teacher!

In Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

Topics to be covered:


  • Reading – phonics/decoding, high-frequency words, fluency, comprehension
  • Writing – handwriting, spelling, words, sentences, stories
  • Oral Language – listening and speaking, learning through music
  • Use of ipads to enhance learning


  • Know number names and count to 100, count number of objects
  • Compare numbers
  • Place Value with numbers 11-19
  • Write numbers
  • Describe length and weight
  • Identify, describe, create, and compose shapes
  • Understand addition and subtraction


  • Investigate and discover real facts through thematic units such as plants, animals, five senses, planets, etc.


  • Development of personal and citizenship skills
  • Understanding how people lived in earlier times
  • Learn calendar and identify holidays


  • Lessons from Genesis through the New Testament
  • Memorize verses