Pre-Kindergarten Classes

Pre-Kindergarten classes are offered for children who have turned 4 years old prior to September 1st of the year they are enrolled.

Pre-Kindergarten classes are offered in a half day or full day format. Half day students attend classes from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and full day students attend classes 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Before and after school extended care is also available if needed.

Pre-Kindergarten classes (half day or full day) are Monday through Friday.

Below is a list of objectives by category for our Pre-Kindergarten class.


  1. Know God loves them and is always with them
  2. Know that Jesus is their Savior
  3. Learn to recite simple prayers
  4. Learn to recite Bible verses
  5. Learn to praise God with song
  6. Learn to be reverent in weekly chapel
  7. Retell simplified Bible stories
  8. Relate Bible story truths to their own lives


  1. Cooperate with classmates in work and play
  2. Willingly share and take turns
  3. Use common manners as “please” and “thank you”
  4. Follow directions and school rules
  5. Learn to respect authority and cooperate with teachers
  6. Learn to work independently
  7. Participate in class activities
  8. Listen without interrupting


  1. Enjoy school
  2. Develop a positive self-worth
  3. Handle separation from parents or primary care givers
  4. Show love and respect for others
  5. Receive love and respect from others
  6. Respond well to discipline and limits
  7. Accept responsibility for their behavior

Language Arts

  1. Phonemic awareness
  2. Letter recognition (upper and lower case)
  3. Recognize written name
  4. Write their name
  5. Begin tracing and letter formation
  6. Learn to ask questions
  7. Speak and share ideas in complete sentences
  8. Demonstrate listening comprehension
  9. Retell stories and sequence events
  10. Identify rhymes and rhyming sounds


  1. Count to 100
  2. Recognize numbers 1-30
  3. Use 1 to 1 correspondence to represent quantity
  4. Sort and classify objects by color, shape and size
  5. Identify simple patterns
  6. Understand spatial relationships
  7. Begin identifying units of currency
  8. Demonstrates awareness of time concepts
  9. Recognize 7 geometric shapes


  1. Participate in simple investigations
  2. Use five senses in observations
  3. Gather information
  4. Use simple tools
  5. Identify similarities and differences
  6. Use patterns to predict
  7. Observe changes in size, color, position
  8. Observe changes in seasons and weather
  9. Experience scientific concepts through cooking

Social Studies

  1. Recite the Christian Pledge and the Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Recite name, phone number, address, and birthday
  3. Recognize common events, traditions, and routines
  4. Identify community workers and family members
  5. Begin to understand cause/effect relationships


  1. Play a beat on a rhythm instrument
  2. Sing simple songs
  3. Participate in musical games
  4. Participate in creative movement to music
  5. Recognize simple instruments
  6. Participate in finger plays


  1. Identify and name 10 colors
  2. Explore mixing of colors
  3. Tracing patterns
  4. Practice cutting and gluing
  5. Participate in theme based arts/crafts projects
  6. Draw a self portrait
  7. Finger painting

Gross and Fine Motor Development

  1. Can catch, bounce and throw a ball.
  2. Hop on non-dominant foot
  3. Jump, gallop, skip, run and climb well
  4. Exhibit balancing skills
  5. Learn to manage own clothing (buttons, zippers, snaps)
  6. Hold standard pencil between first two fingers and thumb
  7. Use materials to develop muscle in fingers (scissors, crayons, markers, play dough)