What do children do in Pre-K 4? 

  • Children aquire the skills ready to be successful in Kindergarten, like: taking turns with classmates, sitting still, listening to a speaker, being attentive, working through conflict, and following directions and routines.
  • Children become more independent in taking care of their own needs.
  • Children develop fine and gross motor skills through fun indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Children develop communication skills with teachers and classmates.
  • Children learn to recognize the letters of the alphabet and understand that letters represent sounds.
  • Children learn to recognize numbers and understand what numbers mean.
  • Children spend time in Bible study, prayer, and singing praises to Jesus.
  • Most of all, the children play!