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3 and 4 Year Old Preschool

Our 3 and 4 year old preschool class is available 5 days a week, with the morning session from 8:30 to 11:30 am. In addition, child-care is available from 6am to 6pm.  Our loving, firm, and consistant caregivers provide an engaging environment that promotes learning, self awareness, independence, and confidence. 


Our preschool teacher uses the Reggio Emilia Approach. Through this approach, children learn through play and hands-on activities to receive the best education to prepare them for pre-kindergarten. When your child leaves our 3 and 4 year old preschool class, they will have been exposed to the following:

  • ABC sounds and names

  • Letter sounds and rhyming through stories and songs

  • A vast vocabulary of words through stories, songs, and teacher interactions

  • Counting

  • Shapes

  • Name recognition

  • Spelling and writing name

  • Pre-writing skills

  • Spatial reasoning

  • Fine and large motor skills

  • Strengthening of small muscles through the use of tweezers, writing utensils, and more

  • Days of the week and months of the year

  • God's Word, the Bible, through stories, prayer time, and songs

  • Open ended art

  • Sand and Water table play and exploration

We will also be learning:

  • Conflict resolution and Sharing

  • Understanding and following rules

  • Using feeling words when solving problems

  • Interacting appropriately with others

  • Acceptance of differences in self and others

  • Taking turns through play, games, and class helpers

  • Lining up for classroom transitions

  • Personal hygiene and the importance thereof

  • Acknowledgement and validation of feelings, likes, and dislikes

  • Interaction in small group activities

  • Making choices of toys to play with and activities to do

  • Option to participate in group activities, with choice of quiet activities if not choosing to participate with group