2019-2020 Preschool registration begins January 22, 8:00am.
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The Children’s Morning Out (CMO) program is designed for children 12-24 months old. Our goal is to provide a loving and safe Christian environment where your child can create, dis- cover, learn, and play through activities and daily routines. Our core curriculum will center on biblical topics as well as other early childhood themes. Children will learn how to transition between activities and how to stay on a routine.
Our two-year-old program is designed to introduce chil- dren to numbers 1 through 5, the alphabet (one letter is used each week), primary colors, shapes and social skills such as listening and sharing. The curriculum is covered throughout the day especially during group time in which we use songs, games, finger plays, Bible stories and other stories to teach concepts in a fun way.
Our three-year-old program emphasizes social skills, academic skills and large motor skills. Letter recogni- tion is taught one letter each week along with colors and shapes. Bible memory verses, crafts and cooking will also revolve around that letter. We will have a circle time each day that will in- clude a Bible story, finger plays, songs and games. Fine motor skills will be intro- duced using crayons, paint, glue and scissors.
Our four-year-old program is designed to prepare children for Kindergarten with a foundation of Biblical values and principles. The children will memorize a new Bible verse each week and also learn about new and old testament Bible characters. Chapel is held every Wednesday, led by church minister.
The four-year-olds will learn to recognize and write upper and lower case letters, be able to work patterns and learn basic word recognition. Children will practice fine motor skills every day in gluing, cutting and writing. Folder is sent home each week with school papers, crafts, conduct report and Bible memorization chart. Program is very structured and organized.
Our transitional class is for those children who are eligible for Kin- dergarten but may not be ready academically, socially or emo- tionally for the Kindergarten cur- riculum. Children will continue practicing their fine motor skills and letter recognition. While the transitional class will review what was taught in the four-year-old class, new crafts and concepts will also be used. Our goal is to prepare these children with confidence and self-esteem for Kindergarten whether it is public or private.