At CBC Preschool, children will explore relational skills, music, science, language, and much more through play, which encourages divergent thinking, and helps to create a storehouse of memories that will be beneficial to them as they learn to become successful adults.   In our nurturing preschool environment, a young infant may learn to develop his understanding of language while his caregiver lovingly sings a nursery rhyme to him as they sit and cuddle together.

Each child will learn of God’s love through Bible songs, stories, and everyday experiences.  Nature has a way of proving there is a Savior who loves us and cares deeply for us.  Our teachers will help your children learn of Jesus as they explore the world around them.  For example, God has given us eyes to see, a nose to smell, and a mouth to taste.  At Central Baptist Preschool, your children will learn that God is their great Creator who loves them and desires to have a relationship with them.

Curriculum:

A Beka 
A Beka is a Bible-based curriculum which has been proven throughout the years to lay the fundamental skills needed to read and write while effectively building a solid foundation in Christ.  Furthermore, the A Beka curriculum prepares children adequately for kindergarten and a lifetime of successful learning experiences.

Through the curriculum, your children will learn to recognize the individual letters and sounds of the alphabet to become effective readers.  Children will also learn the fine motor skills needed to have great penmanship.  A Beka curriculum will also give your children math concepts such as one-to-one correspondence, sets, classifying and comparing.   Along with learning the basic skills needed for reading, writing, and arithmetic, your children will learn their world around them through creative exploration and play. Children will explore relational skills, music, science, language, art and much more.  Play also encourages divergent thinking, and helps to create a storehouse of memories that will be beneficial to them as they learn to become successful adults.

Funshine                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Through a subscription online, the teachers have access to thousands of wonderful learning activities with Funshine.  Each lesson plan is designed weekly for every age group by the classroom teachers.  The lesson plans include multiple activities written by seasoned educators of young children.  Every activity is written with a specific learning goal in mind.  From the planning of these activities to gathering of necessary resources, up to the implementation and completion, each child’s development is observed and measured.  The goal is for each child to be a successful learner in his or her own way!

You may use the links below to view each classroom wall.  The information is updated weekly.  Here you will find brief information regarding what each class is doing as well as any special reminders.

Caterpillars         http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=38&passcode=12345

Butterflies           http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=52&passcode=12345

Bumblebees       http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=44&passcode=12345

Crickets              http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=42&passcode=12345

Grasshoppers    http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=46&passcode=12345

Fireflies              http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=36&passcode=12345

Dragonflies        http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=48&passcode=12345

Turtles                http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=40&passcode=12345

Kittens                http://funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=50&passcode=12345

School Age         https://www.funshineonline.com/teacherwall.html?id=166&passcode=123456

 

 

 

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