Classes

Three Year-Olds

Monday, Wednesday a.m. & Tuesday, Thursday a.m.

Students are introduced to colors, shapes, letters, and numbers.  Name recognition, language development, and the development of fine-motor and gross-motor skills are practiced daily.  Monthly themes allow for the introduction of science and social studies.  The development of appropriate social and emotional skills are taught and encouraged on a regular basis.  Students come to know Bible stories during the daily Bible lesson which includes role-playing and other means that encourage active learning.  Students must be three by September 1 of the current school year.

Friday a.m.

This class is designed as a play group that allows students to learn appropriate social and emotional skills.  Although the majority of each session revolves around play, students are introduced to colors, shapes, letters, and numbers.  Name recognition, language development, and the development of fine-motor and gross-motor skills are also practiced.  Bible lessons focus on Biblical accounts and understanding that God loves each child and made each one special.  Students must be three by December 1 of the current school year.

Four & Five Year-Olds

Monday, Wednesday, Friday a.m. & Monday, Wednesday, Friday p.m.

Students are introduced to a new letter each week and are taught to recognize and form uppercase and lowercase letters.  Students will also be exposed to different letter fonts.  Counting, as well as, number, shape and color recognition are the math skills covered in this class.  Math concepts such as patterning and sequencing are also included each month.  Through the use of monthly themes, social studies and science are introduced.  Fine-motor development and gross-motor development are integrated into the daily routine.  Each week a new Bible character is introduced that correlates to the letter of the week.  Bible is taught daily to lead students to an understanding of God, Jesus and the Bible.  Problem solving, conflict-resolution, and a general respect for each other are some of the skills practiced to achieve social integration.  Students must be four by September 1 of the current school year.

Tuesday, Thursday a.m. & Tuesday, Thursday p.m.

This class is designed for younger four-year-olds.  Students must be four by December 1 of the current school year.  Students are introduced to uppercase letters and lowercase letters and work on recognizing and forming these letters.  Recognition of colors, shapes and numbers are covered on a daily basis.  Fine-motor development and gross-motor development are integrated into the daily routine.  Social studies and science are introduced through monthly themes such as farm, five-senses and holidays.  Each day, Bible lessons focus on Biblical accounts that lead students to an understanding of God, Jesus and the Bible.  Proper listening skills, problem-solving, and other appropriate socialization skills are taught and practiced each day.