At Presbyterian Preschool, we believe that children learn while they’re exploring and having fun. Giving children a wide variety of experiences allows them to create an crucial foundation for later learning. Look below for a list of activities children participate in and the skills they will learn. Make sure to take note of the activities special to Presbyterian Preschool. Teachers, students, and parents look forward to these events all year!
matching, rhyming, opposites, intro to ABC’s, sound discrimination
sorting, seeing size relationships, counting, one-to-one correspondence, numeral recognition
cutting skills (scissors), social skills, sitting during activities, holding a pencil correctly, following rules and directions, color names and recognition, self-esteem, listening skills
Presbyterian Preschool offers many special days and events throughout the year. We encourage children and their parents to participate in as many as possible.
Children bring their tricycles and scooters to cruise around the parking lot and learn about transportation and road safety.
Children sing their Christmas songs for family and learn the joy of performing. They also perform twice during the year for the First Presbyterian Church congregation on Sunday mornings.
Special Friends’ Day
Children are welcome to invite a special adult, such as a grandparent, friend, or other family member, to join them at school for a day in April.
End of the Year Activity
In May, 3 year-olds traveled to the Hastings Children’s Museum and the 4 and 5 year-olds went roller skating at Skate Island.