Learn By Doing
At PCCP, children learn through play and hands on activities. Each day, children are given the opportunity to create and explore through developmentally appropriate activities and learning experiences.
Beyond the Books
Story time is a big part of both of our preschool classrooms. Apart from just reading a story, children are also given the opportunity to act out and retell stories on their own. Instead of just listening to a Bible story, children often get the chance to recreate the story using toys or classroom objects.
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Call For Inquiry
Due to Covid, all Field trips, tours and chapels have been temporarily suspended. In past years, Children have visited a farm, had visits from doctors or firefighters, and met zoo animals. On campus, we have trail access for nature exploration, which we will continue to use this year.
Social Skills Development
There are many activities in the day which are designed to help students relate to one another and work together. Some of theses activities include show and tell, center time, recess, small and large group games as well as free play.
In both preschool classrooms, children will have a “Letter of the Week” they will focus on. Our 3 year olds focus on letter recognition and sounds as well as developing prewriting skills. Our 4 year olds start learning sounds and basic sight words, as well as writing skills, such as writing their own name or copying upper and lowercase letters.
The students will develop number sense. Through the use of visuals and manipulatives, children learn to solve simple math problems and develop their counting skills. Preschoolers in both classes learn their shapes, colors,
Through reading books with their teacher, children will be exposed to how sounds work together (rhyming, phonics and phonemic awareness). Using phonics as well as basic sight words, many students will have their first reading experiences during their preschool years.
The students will discover and relate to the world around them through unit studies of holidays, safety, current events, manners, and the community.
The students will become familiar with a variety of Old and New Testament Bible stories which emphasize God’s power, sovereignty and care. They will also practice basic Scripture memorization and its application in their lives.
The students will explore and experience God’s creation through studies of the seasons, animals, space, and STEM activities.