Numbers and Skills:
Teachers focus on enhancing students' knowledge of shapes, pairs, opposites, numbers 1–15, sequence of events, senses, seasons, weather, animals, countries, transportation, dot-to-dot, coloring, thinking and reasoning skills, listening skills, and more.
Letters and Sounds: Before a preschooler can learn to read, he needs to learn the letters and their sounds. K3 teachers help students recognize the letter as well as learn that letter’s sound. Small projects based on each letter help students review what they know. Activities include tracing practice and using finger paint, glue, and crayons.
Arts and Crafts: From creating African jewelry to giving mom a Mother’s Day craft, students love the creativity of this class. Three projects are based on enjoyable children’s songs—“Hey, Diddle Diddle,” “The Farmer in the Dell,” and “The Wonder Song.” With around 40 colorful projects, teachers strive to improve students' motor skills while students paint, glue, and color projects with seasonal, Bible, animal, and other fun themes.
Bible: Bible time is the most important part of the school day. Teacher work to fill young minds with the teachings of Christ. Students love learning favorite stories from the Old and New Testaments and understanding the significance of important holidays such as Thanksgiving Christmas, and Easter. Through memorizing short Bible verses, they will have God’s instructions to help them daily as they learn about Creation, God’s promises, obedience, prayer, God’s protection, salvation, miracles, and Heaven.
Music: Students learn the songs you loved as a child such as “London Bridge,” “The Alphabet Song,” and “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.” Teachers include favorite nursery rhymes, learning songs, and Christmas carols.