Open Exploration & Craft Time
Children enjoy play-dough, building blocks, puzzles, sensory table, painting, crafts, dramatic play and more to develop small- and large-motor skills, hand-eye coordination, socialization, colors, as well as language and math skills. They also learn to make choices, pace themselves and share with others.
Circle (Group) Time
Children practice listening skills, self-control, group participation and respect for others’ ideas. We explore daily topics through stories, songs, poems and/or finger plays; read bible stories; assign jobs to promote self-confidence; teach math skills through daily calendar activities and more.
A perfect time to celebrate birthdays, pray and share conversation! The children learn patience, manners and reverence to God. Toddlers Campus provides simple, healthy snacks and maintains a nut-free environment.
Our classroom libraries give children the opportunity to discover new things or reinforce the ideas being taught in the classroom. Here, they can make independent choices, enjoy quiet time and develop a love for books.
Gym or Outdoor Play
Children build coordination and self-confidence while learning the importance of physical fitness, cooperation and taking turns. Our shaded, fenced-in playground includes climbers, swings, slide, sandbox and more. Students also play with tricycles, scooters, balls and climbing toys in our spacious gym.
Readiness & Group Activities
Our very successful Zoo-Phonics program is incorporated in all our Three-Year-Old through Pre-K classes. Language and listening skills are highlighted in group games, creative movement and other reinforcing activities. Our Four-Year-Old and Pre-K classes also add letter and number reinforcement during this time.