We provide a safe and loving environment where we focus on developmentally appropriate activities that are biblically based.
We believe that by providing a loving, nurturing, environment focused on character development, children will flourish to become confident, contributing individuals in their community. We strive to develop each child's self-confidence, independent thinking skills, and respect for self and others.
In the K2 classroom, the teachers instruct children through play and exploration. Circle time includes name and letter recognition, shape recognition, and Bible stories. Theme based lesson plans are used to focus on gross and fine motor, socialization, language skills, literacy, and music.
We support parents when they make the decision to begin toilet training their child. It is important to remember that children need consistency at home and at school to make this time successful. Each child develops differently and on their own schedule. When the child is a younger two-year-old we typically only introduce potty-training upon request of the parents. As the children get closer to three, we encourage potty-training because we require all children to be potty-trained in order to enter our K3 program.
In the K3 classroom, children continue their learning with an emphasis on pre-language, pre-literacy, and pre-math skills. The weekly lesson plan is theme based. Circle time includes calendar, weather, jobs, and large group activities based on the chosen literacy and math focus for the week. Children have the opportunity to work in different centers throughout the day including blocks, transportation, manipulatives, reading, dramatic play, and writing. We combine academic and biblical instruction in our K3 program so each week children study Bible stories and do activities related to them.
The K4 teachers have designed a curriculum based on themes and centers. This curriculum works toward the goal of meeting milestones necessary to be prepared for Kindergarten. Within the K4 classroom, children are encouraged to interact, learn, play, and create while exploring God's creation. The Christ-centered curriculum helps develop children, physically, emotionally, intellectually, socially, and spiritually. Prayer is also integrated throughout the day in the K4 classroom.
The K4 program includes arts and crafts, engineering, math, practical life skills, technology, circle time, geography, science, Bible, phonics, small and large motor skill activities, outdoor time, gym, music, and language development.
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