Our curriculum is based on thematic and Biblical units that provide age-appropriate activities for each class.
Bible stories are read daily and will be followed up through songs and finger plays.
These centers are used to encourage cooperative play and to help develop social skills.
(ex. blocks, art, writing, reading, puzzles, home center)
This time is for prayer, calendar, weather, birthdays, sharing, and other cognitive skills.
Throughout the day children have many opportunities to explore their creativity through art. It is the process that counts, not the end product.
At this time children work on gross motor skills, free play, and social skills.
Literature is an integral part of our curriculum as we try to emphasize the importance of reading and language development.
Through hands on experiences and the use of manipulatives, children explore the world of math and science.
A multi-sensory language arts program that is a kinesthetic, multi-modal approach to learning all aspects of language arts.
Handwriting Without Tears
Through this award winning handwriting curriculum, the four year old classes develop
core readiness skills in language and literacy.
The two and three year old classes use “One In Christ” curriculum in planning their weekly lessons. This is a curriculum that incorporates Bible stories and life application experiences.
Children learn a variety of songs that correlate with our themes. In addition to our daily music curriculum.
Children hear Bible stories and sing songs through weekly chapel time with our pastors and youth minister. Parents are welcome to attend chapel time. Contact the school office for scheduled chapel times.
Every week a TOT instructor will teach your child athletics, academics, and agility. The
classes are focused around improving your child’s physical and mental growth through
movement and music. TOT uses the perfect mixture of physical movement, hand eye
coordination, and brain use to maximize the growth of your preschooler.
Throughout the year we host special guests from the community to enhance our
children's learning experience. Special guest may include a visit from the local fire
department, a magician, or other enjoyable learning opportunities.