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 PRE-K 3 


Teacher- Lyndsey Perez

Now Enrolling for 2023-2024 School Year


  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday- Half Days
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday- Full Days
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday- Half Days
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday- Full Days

Our goal in the Pre-K 3 classroom in to make your child’s first experience with school fun and positive. We want your child to look forward to coming to school and become a confident and independent little person. We do our best to make learning fun and encourage your child’s creativity.

We work on many things this first year…………..
 sharing, using our words, making new friends and getting along with classmates and teachers, as well as introducing the preschoolers to academics such as numbers and counting, letters and sounds, recognizing colors and shapes, cutting, coloring, tracing and writing. The preschoolers learn to recognize their names and the names of their classmates.

Every day the preschoolers have structured time, group time, free choice time and time for gross motor activities in the gym or outside.

Structured time activities include:
Tracing and writing their names
Activities involving the letter of the week, such as tracing that letter
Religion program Stories of God’s Love from the RCL Benziger Religion Program
Group time activities include:
Prayer, calendar, story time, weather and the pattern of the month
Pattern of the month – Each day the preschoolers are at school, we add another piece to the pattern. We do many things with the pattern such as colors in English and Spanish, counting in English and Spanish, recognizing letters and the sounds of those letters and we sing songs to the pattern. For example the pattern is apple, bus, apple, bus or red, yellow, red, yellow or rojo, amarillo, rojo, amarillo, or Aa, Bb, Aa, Bb. We then count how many are objects are in the pattern in English and Spanish. We also sing “Wheels on the Bus” to this pattern
Free choice time activities include:
Cut and color table – crayons, colored pencils, markers, scissors, stickers, glue sticks and various papers that with pictures to color or with an activity
Pretend Play – kitchen area, dress-up clothes, and baby dolls
Reading area – with books pertaining to what we are learning about that week
Sensory tub – filled with something pertaining to what we are learning about that week such as sand, pasta noodles, paper, beans etc.
Dry- erase board
Magnetic board – magnetic letters, shapes and puzzles
Felt board – felt manipulatives that pertain to what we are learning about that week
Playdough – playdough is available at least once a week with alphabet cookie cutters, number cookie cutters and other seasonal cookie cutters
Project – also during free choice time each child is called over one or two at a time to work on an activity that pertains to the letter or theme for that week. The projects involve thinking, cutting, gluing, painting and each child using their creativity


 PRE-K 4 

Teacher- Kirsten carll

Now Enrolling for the 2023-2024 School Year


  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, Friday- Half Days
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday- Full Days

Curriculum Guide 

In the PK 4 classroom, we use many seasonal topics, hands-on projects, and special days each month to make learning fun and memorable. We want you and your child to have a great experience with their school year in Pre-K 4. Topics and projects change a little each year as we add new and exciting things to our program.  We like to keep things fun yet educational in our classroom to help each student stay interested and involved. Below you will find a few of our daily activities as well as skills we will work on throughout the school year!

  • Daily Name Worksheets- This helps with learning how to spell and write their first and last name.
  • Daily Calendar/Weather Lesson-This helps them learn the days of the week, months of the year, seasons, and weather identification.
  • Daily Reciting of The Pledge of Allegiance
  • Daily Prayer
  • Daily Fine Arts projects to help with the development of fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, following directions
  • Weekly Religion Lessons of Stories of God’s Love from the RCL Benziger Religion Program
  • Alphabet-Letter recognition, writing, and sounds
  • Numbers-Number recognition, writing, and counting (rote and 1:1)
  • Shapes-Shape recognition, drawing, and sorting
  • Colors-Color recognition and sorting
  • Fine Motor Skills-Pencil grip, scissor/cutting skills, tracing pictures, lines, shapes, and basic objects
  • Gross Motor Skills-Outdoor recess time (weather permitting) or gym time
  • Social/Emotional Development-Following classroom rules, making friends, and learning how to get along with other classmates and teachers
  • Manipulative play with playdoh, blocks, and other hands on learning objects
  • Pattern and Memory activities