Each Day Is Special
Children arrive and play in learning centers. Feature activities, often theme-related, are set out.
Group Time #1: A devotion is given. This includes a Bible story or lesson about a Christian principle, a praise song, memory verse, and prayer. Theme activities and the alphabet letter of the day are introduced.
Art/Fine Motor Time: Children participate in an art or craft activity involving painting, gluing, coloring, cutting, tracing, lacing, etc
Bathroom Break: Children use the washroom and wash their hands.
Snack Time: The children are served a nutritious snack and are encouraged to use good manners.
Large Motor Time: In the gymnasium, children participate in action songs and
and group games. Then they play in small groups or independently with balls, hoops,and other equipment. In outdoor sessions, children play games in the preschoolyard or play at the neighborhood park 1 1/2 blocks away.
Group Time #2: Children pick a book to look at on their mat. They sing songs,
learn fingerplays, and listen to stories.
Children get dressed to go home.
"The activities are very nice. Lots of thought and preparation have gone into them."
"I've enjoyed the variety of songs and Bible stories and verses my child learned during devotion time.”
"There is a good combination of free play, storytime, art activities, and gym."