Children will be following a Bible-based, educational curriculum that focuses on learning through play and educational activities that teach the skills necessary for Kindergarten. Our academic curriculum is tailored to assist in preparing your child for kindergarten readiness.
We also use The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Loyd-Jones to help children understand that each story in the Bible is part of a bigger story – the story of how God loves His children and comes to rescue them through Jesus.
Our preschool classrooms are intentionally designed around our learning centers to encourage child directed learning through play during free time.
Blocks: includes various types of blocks, vehicles, toy animals, etc …
Dramatic Play: includes a table, kitchen (other home and store items such as a shopping basket and cash register), play food (including real items such as empty cereal boxes and cans), baby dolls and baby items.
Science: includes magnifying glasses for rocks, shells, leaves, magnets, flashlights, prisms, discovery bottles, science books.
Art: includes an easel with paper, paint and large brushes, a table for creating, variety of materials for gluing, painting and creating, paper towel rolls, pipe cleaners and playdough.
Reading: includes a comfortable place for kids to sit and read with a large selection of age-appropriate books.
Manipulatives: includes math manipulatives for play with patterns, shapes and categorizing; as well as chop sticks/tweezers for hand strengthening and puzzles.
We are excited to offer a variety of enrichment activities to enhance our program.
Children will be exploring the wonder of art and engaging in the creative process each week. Our art classes will introduce them to masters of art and a variety of materials and techniques, but most of all a fun approach to creating their own masterpieces! Children will learn to think critically and creatively, get messy and share their artwork with friends. We will explore the magical process of creating art and gain a deeper awareness of ourselves as image bearers of The Great Artist.