Curriculum

Partnering With Parents

Our curriculum is aligned with state Early Childhood Standards.

We partner with parents to promote healthy growth and development of the whole child.

We recognize that each child is a unique creation of God, with different strengths, abilities, and rate of learning. It is our goal to meet each child where he/she is in every area of development and guide him/her to achieve as much as possible during their exciting, formative years.

Our program is geared to address the following areas: intellectual, social, physical and emotional development.

We strive to instill in each child the love of learning, listening skills, independence, confidence, and age appropriate classroom work habits.

Lesson plans are sent home weekly so parents know what we are teaching each week.


Sample Units

  • All About Me
  • Health and Safety
  • Community Helpers
  • Seasonal Changes
  • Holidays
  • Families
  • Animals
  • Special Visitors
  • Nutrition
  • Hibernation
  • Plants
  • Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Bible Curriculum

Our Bible Curriculum bridges the gap between hearing and doing. Stories and songs alone do not lead to the development of virtues in a child’s life. Along with an embellished curriculum, we integrate positive reinforcement and modeling.

Examples of what we emphasize include: cooperation, courtesy, friendliness, diligence, gentleness, helpfulness, kindness, patience, perseverance, respect, responsibility, self-control and thankfulness.

We choose a short Bible verse bi-weekly, to emphasize a character trait. We also pay close attention to our own behavior as teachers, so the children will see us demonstrating and modeling virtues during the day. At school and at home, children develop their ability to make good choices.

“Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it.”

“Everything, I know everything about God. God loves me and I love God; that is all I need to know.” — Bella, age 4

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