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pre-kPK-3 Program

Tuesdays and Thursdays
9:00am-11:30pm

PK-4 Program

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
AM Session 8:30am-11:30pm
PM Session 12:00pm-3:00pm

Requirements

PK-3 Must be 3 by September 30th
PK-4 Must be 4 by September 30th
Must be potty trained

Tuition Rates for 2017/18

PK-3 $1,900/annually
PK-4 $2,200/annually
Can be paid in full or over 10 months starting in September

About the Pre-K Programs

Our Pre-School Program is aimed at supporting parents and children by providing excellent care in a warm supportive environment. Our goal is to encourage children to discover their God given talents, feel valued in a loving community, experience nature in a developmentally appropriate environment and be motivated to become life long learners.

We will prepare your three and four year old children for kindergarten by incorporating many skills into the classroom. The skills are learned through different activities.

We use music, small group and large group games, activities, art and pre-readiness skills to accomplish our goals. Children learn at different rates and through different stimuli. A well balanced curriculum is the key to successful preschool education.

It is important that the children come away from this program being prepared for kindergarten and following is an outline of the skills that are taught.

Math Readiness:

  • Shape Awareness
  • Number identification (1 -10)///
  • Visual Discrimination:
    • Big/Little Concept
    • More/Less
  • Count Objects
  • Patterning Introduction
  • Categorize Objects

Reading Readiness Skills:

  • Opposites
  • Alike/Different Concept
  • Position-Top/Bottom
  • Letter introduction and
  • Initial Sounds
  • Left/Right
  • Sequencing
  • Recognizes Name
  • Introduction to Printing Name
  • Color Identification

Science:

  • Basic introduction to science using age appropriate activities.

Social Studies:

  • Basic introduction to holidays and important people
  • Multicultural exploration

Music Activities:

  • Integrated through entire curriculum, based on holidays, themes of the month, etc.
  • Sound patterns in music listening, and movement.

Art Activities:­

  • Integrated through entire curriculum, based on holidays, themes of the month, etc.
  • Introduction to basic art Mediums using a variety of materials.

Fine Motor Skills:

  • Scissor Skills; Holding, using, snip, cut on lines, and cutting simple shapes.
  • Puzzles
  • Stringing Beads
  • Usage of Crayons
  • Usage of Pencils

 

For further information, please call Advancement Director, Betty Kuvinka, at 227-4442 (Ext. 107

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