Our Three-Year-Old curriculum nurtures a child's natural love for learning and exploring. We promote literacy, language skills, math and science concepts, art, music, movement, and an awareness of God's love for self and others. We spend time helping each child adjust to a routine by listening carefully and following directions.
Our classroom is equipped with different learning centers to promote learning through play and stimulate the natural curiosity of our students.
- 9:30-9:40am Children arrive and unpack
- 9:40-9:55am Free play with educational toys
- 9:55-10:25am Morning song, lesson, story
- 10:25-11:10am Craft/Lesson Reinforcement/Centers
- 11:10-11:30am Snack
- 11:30-11:55am Centers/Music/ Bible/ Outside play
- 11:55-12:00- Pack-up/Dismissal
- Block Building Station
- Home Living Center
- Dramatic Play Center
- Doll House
- Cars and Service Station
- Sand Table
- And much more...
Verbal and Linguistics: Our program develops verbal, written and cognitive skills.Students are introduced to letters, sounds and building vocabulary through story-telling, dramatic play and group activities.
Gross and Fine Motor Skills: Students are taught the use of scissors, holding crayons and pencils, painting, sponging, free draw, coloring, running, jumping and playing catch.
Mathematics: Students are taught to count, recognize numbers and shapes. Students learn colors and make patterns. They also learn to differentiate between size comparisons and more/less.
Social and Interpersonal Skills: Listening skills, taking turns, following directions, task completion and solving problems with words are our focus for 3-year-olds. Our students will learn about God’s love and how to be a friend to each other.
Music: We play various holiday/seasonal songs and perform finger plays. We use bean bags, rhythm sticks and circle songs.
Bible: Each week the children will learn a Bible story. Various props and literature are used to teach the stories.
Throughout the year, we have parties for the various holidays and celebrate each child’s birthday. We celebrate Jesus’ birth in December. In addition, we host a Valentine’s Tea for our Moms or Dads. Our class trip is to Benner’s Farm in May. We have a literacy program- Sam Bear by Amy Hest. Each child has a turn to have Sam for a week. During that week, they are Star of the Week, at the conclusion a parent comes in to share the Star Poster and read their child’s favorite story from home.