Trinity Christian Preschool Goals
To help each student understand God's love and the wonders of the world He has created,
and to introduce him/her to Jesus Christ.
To aid each student in understanding cooperative relationships with other students
and to learn that adults are assisting, caring, and nurturing persons in his/her life.
To help each student begin to understand his/her emotions,
and how to creatively express them in constructive ways.
To stimulate curiosity and help develop a greater understanding of the world in which they live;
to equip them with language and perception skills that will lead to success in academic learning later in school;
to prepare the pre-kindergarten student to be successful in his/her transition to Kindergarten.
To encourage the development of small and large motor skills
through a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities.
To serve wholesome, healthy food that provide each student with
part of his/her nutritional requirements while encouraging good eating habits.
Sense of Generation Goals:
To provide weekly interaction between the residents of Southland
Home and our preschool students, so that each student can gain an understanding of age difference.
Two and a Half To Three Year Old Program
The main focus of the two and a half and three year old program is the development of the student's socialization, as well as preparing your child for the many demands of Pre-Kindergarten. These skills include listening and following the directions from their teachers, listening to their classmates, sharing, playing independently and with others, while waiting for a turn, asking for help when needed, problem solving, and learning how to handle conflicts appropriately. The Curriculum is carefully designed to be age-appropriate and allow for each student to experience success and develop at his/her own rate. Learning activities are centered around themes throughout the school year.
Four To Five Year Old Program
The main focus of the four year old program is the development of your child's socialization as well as preparing your child for the many demands of Kindergarten. These skills include listening and following the directions from their teachers, listening to their classmates, sharing, playing independently and with others, while waiting for a turn, asking for help when needed, problem solving, and learning how to handle conflicts appropriately.
The four to five year old curriculum is more intense than that of the three year old program. The four and five year olds are more mature. For this reason, circle time is longer and more challenging, project tasks are more complex, and homework may or may not be sent home weekly. The activities are presented to the children through the Scott Foresman Curriculum for Language Arts and Math. The rest of the activities are carefully designed to be age appropriate and are also centered around themes throughout the school year. We allow for each child to experience success and develop at his or her own rate.