This is a monitored time that gives students the opportunity to socialize with each other and the teachers.
Developing personal hygiene skills, socializing, and sharing are important activities during this time. Parents are encouraged to provide healthy snacks.
Students learn verbal and social skills through activities such as calendar, weather, singing songs, reciting poems, listening to stories, sharing special news, and learning letters, numbers and shapes.
At various times throughout the day, students do art projects and activities that develop social, motor, listening, visual perception, oral language, and many other skills necessary for success in reading and math instruction..
Students enjoy a daily Bible lesson with staff or the Pastor.
Gross Motor/Organized Games
Developing socialization, directional skills, and gross motor skills are important activities.
Full day students bring a packed lunch from home.
Students rest while listening to music or watching an educational movie.
FieldTrips and Special Guests
Special guests and fieldtrips help us bring our lessons alive and promote community outreach.