As a Preschool accredited by the United Methodist Association of Preschools, we follow the curriculum guidelines established by UMAP and the Early Learning Coalition of
Flagler/Volusia County. We aim to meet the intellectual, emotional, social, physical and spiritual development of preschool students, and recognize them as equally valuable assets of our program and our community.
Our qualified, devoted educators further advance their understanding of early childhood education through yearly workshops and believe that early childhood development is critical to academic, social, and personal success in the future. Young children learn best when they are excited about what they are learning, so our educators promote classroom activities enabling to learn through didactic, joyful encounters.
Zoo-phonics® is perfect for your classroom!
- Students gain a firm foundation of the letter sounds and shapes and soon learn uppercase letters and letter names, and how to apply them to text.
- The curriculum is age-appropriate, developmental, sequential, and playful.
- It is fully kinesthetic and multi-sensorial children use their eyes, ears, mouths, and bodies to learn.
Learn Every Day®:
The Preschool Curriculum is a research-based, year-round program that incorporates play into children’s daily learning routines to enhance their growth and development.
Guided play is gaining traction as a great scaffolding approach to learning new concepts. Research shows that high-quality instruction and high-quality free play do not have to compete for time in the classroom. Doing both well makes each one richer. Use Learn Every Day®: The Program for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos, 2nd Ed., to provide nurturing and play-encouraging environments for children in your program.
Second step provides skills for learning. It teaches empathy, emotion management, friendship skills and problem solving. The concepts are provided in age appropriate puppet scripts, and the songs are easy to memorize.
Everything we teach our preschoolers is based on one of three simple, but powerful, truths.
God Made Me
God Loves Me
Jesus Wants to Be My Friend Forever
The entire curriculum is constructed to incite wonder in a preschooler and meet them where they are cognitively, spiritually, physically, emotionally, and socially. Through age-appropriate activities, preschoolers are building their spiritual foundation so that by the time they graduate to kindergarten they know the three basic truths.