Heritage Preschool Curriculum
Developing Skills That Equip Little Ones To Do School
Jesus Christ is our focal point in Bible class. Bible memory verses, songs, and finger plays encourage little ones to put their faith and trust in Him.
Language & Literacy
Children are given experiences that make literacy enjoyable through the use of stories, songs, fingerplays, chants, playful poetry, and many literacy-based centers . Through the use of the Zoo-Phonics program children are given additional foundational skills to prepare them for success in reading and writing.
As stated in Indiana’s Early Learning Foundations, children will be given “daily opportunities for problem solving, reasoning, communication, connections, and representations that make it possible for young children to learn the content of math. These processes develop over time with the help of adults who connect math to everyday activities.”
We use our five senses to investigate and explore God’s creation. Children are naturally curious, therefore, our program provides opportunities for investigations, exploration, problem-solving, scientific inquiries, and many more hands-on activities throughout the year.
Our Social Studies curriculum includes history, geography, and civics which focuses on helping children understand their heritage and develop a strong sense of self as related to their role in God’s world.
In order to fully develop our students’ education, we instruct them in the areas of art, music, physical education, and library/reading. These specialized areas of instruction are an integral part of the curriculum and development of our students.
Interested in learning more about Heritage Preschool?
Come visit us, talk with us, tour our facilities, and meet our families and students. Our admissions team is here to work with you through each step of the process. Here are a few next steps:
• Request More Info
• Visit Campus
• Review The Admissions Process