The Mother's Day Out (MDO) program is for children ages 18 months to two years.

Purpose:

To provide the MDO child with the opportunity to grow and develop physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through the use of materials and equipment, along with to love and understanding necessary for this growth within the Christian atmosphere of the church.

Goals:

The following goals will be on going through the use of developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom.

  • Developing social skills by learning how to interact and play with others in a positive way.
  • Developing the skill of sharing toys, equipment and teacher’s attention in a positive way.
  • Developing large motor skills through the following activities:
  • Active play both inside and outside.
  • Body movement to music and songs.
  • Begin developing small muscle control through the following activities:
    • Painting
    • Coloring
    • Manipulative activities and toys
  • Developing and increasing listening skills and attention span through story time.
  • Developing language skills by learning to use “good” words to express needs and concerns and to communicate with teachers and peers.
  • Developing a sense of independence and encouraging a happy self image.

For general information, such as hours, tuition and more, click here.

The early preschool classroom is for children ages two to three years.

Purpose:

To provide the Early Preschool child with the opportunity to grow and develop physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through the use of materials and equipment, along with the love and understanding necessary for this growth within the Christian atmosphere of the church.

Goals:

The following goals will be on going through the use of developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom.

  • Developing social skills by encouraging peer interaction and getting along with others.
  • Developing social skills by encouraging sharing.
  • Developing large motor skills through the following:
    • Active play both inside and out which encourages climbing and running.
    • Body movement through music and songs.
  • Developing small motor skills through the following:
    • Finger play
    • Painting
    • Playdough
    • Coloring
    • Manipulative toys and games
  • Developing an appreciation of music and rhythm through circle time games, records and songs.
  • Develop and increase listening skills.
  • Increase attention span.
  • Begin recognition of primary colors mid year.
  • Begin recognition of shapes mid year. 
  • Encouraging a happy self image.

For general information, such as hours, tuition and more, click here.

The preschool classroom is for children age three.

Purpose:

To provide the Early Preschool child with the opportunity to grow and develop physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through the use of materials and equipment, along with the love and understanding necessary for this growth within the Christian atmosphere of the church.

Goals:

The following goals will be on going through the use of developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom.

  • Developing social skills by encouraging peer interaction and getting along with others.
  • Developing social skills by encouraging sharing.
  • Developing large motor skills through the following:
    • Active play both inside and out which encourages climbing and running.
    • Body movement through music and songs.
  • Developing small motor skills through the following:
    • Finger play
    • Painting
    • Playdough
    • Coloring
    • Manipulative toys and games
  • Developing an appreciation of music and rhythm through circle time games, records and songs.
  • Develop and increase listening skills.
  • Increase attention span.
  • Begin recognition of primary colors mid year.
  • Begin recognition of shapes mid year.
  • Encouraging a happy self image.

For general information, such as hours, tuition and more, click here.

The PreK classroom is for children age four.

Purpose:

To provide the pre-kindergarten child the opportunity to grow and develop physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through the use of materials and equipment. It is also a goal of this program to prepare the child for kindergarten. This is accomplished by providing an environment rich in reading readiness activities as well as the love and understanding necessary for growth within the Christian atmosphere of the church.

GOALS:

To prepare the child for kindergarten by ongoing reinforcement in the following areas:

  • Recognition of colors
  • Practice in writing his/her name
  • Introduction to numbers and counting objects
  • Knowledge of days of the week and months of the year
  • Recognizing the changing seasons
  • Acquiring self-help skills such as taking on and off outerwear
  • Following simple 3 step directions
  • Recognizing that there is a time to talk and a time to listen
  • Sharing experiences verbally with a group
  • Reinforcing self-confidence through leadership activities
  • Working on zipping, buttoning, lacing, tying and fastening
  • Developing a sense of patriotism by learning the flag salute and patriotic songs
  • Enhancing appreciation of music using the following:
    • Tapes
    • Instruments
    • Skipping and hopping
    • Singing and drama
  • Improving fine motor coordination through:
    • Cutting
    • Gluing
    • Coloring
    • Playing with playdough
    • Easel and finger painting
    • Use of puzzles and small manipulative toys
    • Creative drawing
  • Basic knowledge of the alphabet and letter sounds
  • Introduction to basic science
  • Encouraging a happy self image

For general information, such as hours, tuition and more, click here.

The Trans K classroom is for children age five.

Purpose:

To provide the child with the opportunity to grow and develop physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through the use of material and equipment along with the love and understanding necessary for this growth within the Christian atmosphere of the church.

Goals:

The goal of the transitional kindergarten program is to offer a safe, loving environment that can help develop, enhance and enrich the necessary skills needed to be successful in kindergarten. These concepts include:

  • Learning to write first name using upper and lower case letters.
  • Learning to write numerals, understand counting objects and developing an awareness of how numbers interact with each other in our daily routines.
  • Learning the days of the week, the months of the year and the four seasons.
  • Learning to zip, tie and button which enables the child to gain independence.
  • Taking part in long-term group and individual activities that will reinforce and enrich the skills being introduced.
  • Practice in learning the beginning sounds of the alphabet.
  • Enhance finger dexterity through cutting, coloring, puzzles, drawing and a variety of different art mediums.
  • Develop more fully the gross motor skills through hopping, skipping, balancing, exercising and daily gross motor activities.
  • Develop a basic awareness of science.
  • Develop age and developmentally appropriate social skills.
  • Develop a happy self-image which comes through success both in readiness skills and social maturity.

For general information, such as hours, tuition and more, click here.