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Preschool children learn best through play and socialization.  Our room is set up to be hands-on, child-centered and user-friendly. Working in small groups allows for more one-on-one time with students, while the rest of the class can play, explore the materials in the room, and interact with 

each other.

For Four's, our main goal is to promote social skills and self-help skills.  Upon completion of the year, the children are ready to learn in a school setting. The room is full of materials that expose our students
to the academic side of school. Our small group activities highlight pre-reading and pre-math skills.

Virtual Tour of the Pre-K 4's Classroom

Pre-K Four's Class


Our developmentally appropriate curriculum emphasizes:

  • Social and Emotional Learning

  • Physical Growth

  • Approaches to Learning

  • Language and Literacy

  • Cognitive and General Knowledge


Yuri Shibata, Certified Music Therapist, provides monthly music classes.

Wright Memorial Librarian, Karen Mills, visits and reads to the class and leads fun activities.  

Lutheran Church of Our Savior’s Pastor, Stefan Rickman, meets with the students for chapel time.

Daily Routine

Our daily routine provides consistency so your children feel comfortable at school.  Children have fun in free play, learning centers, art, snack time, gym/outdoor play, story time, songs and finger play.


Kindergarten Readiness

Our PreK 4 Program has a strong focus on Kindergarten Readiness, as many of these students may head to Kindergarten the following school year.  Children will work on name writing, letter recognition and phonological awareness.  In addition, students will continue to develop and master number recognition, counting, and early math concepts.  Self help, cooperation, using classroom tools correctly (proper pencil grip and cutting with scissors), and self-awareness are developmental standards which are also promoted in our PreK 4 classroom, as they play a significant role in Kindergarten Readiness. 

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