Our Programs

Programs Overview

Our early education program operates during the traditional school year Monday through Friday from 6:30am to 6:00pm. We have a variety of programs for 18 months through 5 year olds. We provide a loving, clean, safe environment where the children are able to play and learn. We have been state licensed since we opened in 1995.

Curriculum

We use Christ-light, Learning Without Tears and High/Scope to create a well balanced preschool curriculum that is fun yet challenging. We are concerned about each child’s spiritual, academic, physical, emotional, and social maturity. Children learn through Bible lessons, music and movement, learning centers, arts and crafts, group experiences, and small and gross motor activities. This holistic approach gives children a solid foundation for elementary school and beyond.

Toddlers

Toddler Program (Age 18m-3)

The toddler program promotes language and vocabulary through daily stories and music. They learn while they are playing and participating in planned activities based on a weekly theme. The students are introduced to their colors, shapes, numbers and letters. They will begin to develop their fine motor and large motor skills like jumping, balance and stringing beads. Our teachers work with parents to potty train each child.
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3 year olds

PreK-3 (Age 3-4)

The pre-k 3 program promotes imaginative and cooperative play through daily learning centers and outdoor time. The teacher will continue to teach shapes, colors, numbers and letters and introduce sounds. They will develop their fine motor skills through activities like writing their name, cutting and coloring. They are also encouraged to be more independent by putting on coats, opening food and cleaning up after themselves.
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4 year olds

Pre K Class (Age 4 – 5)

The pre-k 4 class promotes kindergarten readiness. Most children can already recognize their letters and sounds. We take this knowledge and use Phonics to teach them how to combine letter sounds and read. They develop their fine motor skills by practicing writing their letters and numbers. Learning centers and outdoor time encourages imagination, social skills and problem solving.
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