We seek to lay a solid foundation for lifelong learning. Each day shifts between Bible, shapes, phonics, math, language arts, crafts, and even homework, bringing a wealth of new and exciting information to engage young minds. Through biblically-based lessons, the children are introduced to social studies, language arts, math, phonics, science, health and safety, arts and crafts, music, and physical education.
2-3 Yr. Olds
Children love to learn new things. With the Language Development Visuals, children develop their language and listening skills as they learn about and discuss God’s creation and the people and world around them. Topics include science, health, safety, manners, community helpers, geography, history, family, colors, and shapes.
Learning Numbers with Button Bear is a number-recognition and coloring book especially designed for two-year-olds. This text helps children to listen, follow directions, and practice hand-eye coordination as they learn number concepts 1–10.
Numbers and Skills with Button Bear helps three-year-olds sharpen their listening skills, follow directions, and practice hand-eye coordination as they learn number concepts 1–15. Children enjoy tracing pathways, doing dot-to-dot, and coloring large, simple forms on these skill sheets.
The Language Arts curriculum is creatively designed to teach and reinforce phonics, reading and language skills. Children practice reading letters, words and simple sentences. They expand their language
skills as they learn new vocabulary words, increase listening skills as they
hear new information and then answer questions, and strengthen motor
skills as they participate in fun games and activities.
In K4, children learn to recognize and understand the concepts of numbers. By the end of the year, they will be able to count from 1 to 100, recognize numbers 1–20, distinguish before and after numbers, and answer simple combinations.