Our curriculum is based on the needs and the interest of young children. We strive to help children develop concepts that will provide a solid foundation for later learning.
Classes are kept to a 7 to 1 child/teacher ratio to enable the teachers to meet the individual needs of each child. Activities are designed to provide 2experiences in science, art, music, literature, and outdoor activities.
The daily schedule is planned to provide a balance of activities on the following dimensions: indoor/outdoor; quiet/active; individual and small group/large group. It will include eight areas of growth: fine motor, gross motor, emotional, social, cognitive/intellectual, sensory, language, and spiritual.
A Newsletter and Lesson Plan will be passed out monthly to keep parents informed of upcoming events and classroom activities. Lesson plans are also posted in the classroom.
A child’s spiritual development is an essential part of our program. For that reason, we have set a curriculum and routine that insures that we as a staff, are united in the fostering of spiritual growth. This includes daily “Spirit Time” which consist of music & prayer as well as a weekly Chapel time, bible lessons, and bible verse. There are also crafts, activities, and books to reinforce the lesson throughout the week. Prayers are also said before snack and lunch.