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Heritage Preschool Curriculum

Developing Skills That Equip Little Ones To Do School

Preschool Students

Preschool Student


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 Arts: Phonics

One week of the school year is dedicated to each letter of the alphabet and its sound. Stories, games, songs, and crafts introduce the letters to three-year olds. Our goal is introduction and exposure to letters and sounds.

Language Arts: Printing

Pencils, markers, and crayons are available to our students in our Writing Center for free play. We also use a variety of brushes at the easel and table. In class, each letter is “written” during the week using tactile materials like Play-Doh, cotton balls, sandpaper, marshmallows, etc. These activities strengthen small motor skills, preparing little fingers to hold a pencil.

Language Arts: Reading

Many books are read to the Preschoolers each day. They learn that print represents words. Children practice pre-reading skills by dictating stories to us, or sharing a book simply based on the pictures. We read many stories which relate to the subjects we’re studying that week: Bible, language, math, science, and art. We read for enjoyment as well.


We read stories, sing songs, and play games to help children understand number sense. Numbers 1-10 are introduced. Students also learn to sort objects by color, shape, and size. They learn what a pattern is and practice making one of their own.


We use our five senses to investigate and explore God’s creation.

Social Studies

Families, emotions, friendship, self-regulation, relating to peers, being part of a group and learning empathy are all part of our Preschool Social Studies curriculum.

Minds in Motion

Minds in Motion is a program that specializes in developmental activities for 15 minutes per day. This unique program is designed to stimulate a child's visual processing, auditory processing and motor skills. The goal of the program is to produce better integrated and balanced children who tend to perform better in school


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.

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