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Class Information:

Preschool 1
Class Offerings: Monday/Wednesday Tuesday/Thursday
The one-year-old program (MMO) is a 2-day program. Children need to be 1 by September 1, 2020.
• Participate in music and movement
• Children bring their own snack and lunch to school
• A main focus for this age group is separating from parents, developing independence, and learning self-direction and obedience in a secure and loving environment.
• Building upon emerging vocabulary
• Strengthen fine and gross motor skills

Preschool 2
Class Offerings:
The two-year-old classroom has a 3 day (Tues, Wed., Thurs) and a 4 day (Mon.-Thurs) option. Children need to be 2 by September 1,2020.
• Use the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach the letters and sounds in a multi-sensory way
• Participate in thematic units and activities to learn basic skills
• Participate in music and movement
• Introduce early literacy skills and math concepts through hands-on lessons, songs and stories
• Strengthen fine and gross motor skills to increase independence
• A main focus for this age group is learning to be a good friend, sharing and following school rules.
• Toilet training when children demonstrate readiness

Preschool 3
Class Offerings:
The three-year-old classroom has a 3 day (Tues, Wed., Thurs) and a 4 day (Mon.-Thurs) option. Children need to be 3 by September 1,2020.
• Use the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach the letters and sounds in a multi-sensory way
• Participate in thematic units and activities to learn basic skills
• Participate in music and chapel
• Introduce early literacy skills and math concepts through hands-on lessons, songs and stories
• Strengthen fine and gross motor skills to increase independence
• A main focus for this age group is learning to be a good friend, sharing and following school rules.
• Toilet training when children demonstrate readiness

Older Three’s/Young 4’s
Class Offerings:
The Older Three’s/Young 4’s classroom has a 3 day (Tues, Wed., Thurs) and a 4 day (Mon.-Thurs) option.
The Older Three’s/Young 4’s classroom is designed for children that turned 4 over the spring and summer and parents feel it would be beneficial for their child to have more time to mature socially. It is also for children that turn 4 after September 1st cut-off date for Pre-K. This classroom is designed to provide more academic structure to challenge and prepare children for Pre-K or Kindergarten. Children needs to be 4 or will turn 4 by December 31, 2020.
• Use the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach the letters and sounds in a multi-sensory way
• Emphasis on kindergarten readiness and a vocabulary enriched curriculum
• Participate in chapel and music
• Further develop early literacy skills through books, environmental print, letter and sound recognition
• Further develop math skills through practice of number recognition, writing numbers, graphing, patterning, sorting, one to one correspondence, measurement, and beginning addition and subtraction
• Science concepts pertaining to how living things grow and change, body parts, weather and five senses
• Fine and gross motor skills will continue to be strengthened through daily activities
• Continue social development skills with an emphasis on problem solving, manners, and friendship
• Pre and Post assessments are given and communicated with parents

Pre-K
Class Offerings:
Pre-K- Monday-Thursday class
• Use the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach the letters and sounds in a multi-sensory way
• Emphasis on kindergarten readiness and a vocabulary enriched curriculum
• Introduce and develop recognition of sight words
• Participate in chapel and music
• Further develop early literacy skills through books, environmental print, letter and sound recognition
• Further develop math skills through practice of number recognition, writing numbers, graphing, patterning, sorting, one to one correspondence, measurement, and beginning addition and subtraction
• Science concepts pertaining to how living things grow and change, body parts, weather and five senses
• Fine and gross motor skills will continue to be strengthened through daily activities
• Continue social development skills with an emphasis on problem solving, manners, and friendship