Academics are a key component in preparing our students for kindergarten.
Regardless of the age of your child, all classes at Jersey Weekday Preschool have an emphasis on kindergarten readiness. All of our activities and lessons are designed to present academic material, foster personal independence, and develop confidence in our students in order to prepare them for kindergarten. Our goal is to help the transition to elementary school be as seamless as possible!
It is our belief that children can begin to learn to follow the purpose God has for their life. It is our goal to provide an education rooted in our faith in Jesus, as we address individual learning needs. We are committed to preparing them for the great things God has planned for them!
For I know the plans I have for you, this is the Lord's declaration, plans for your welfare, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. -Jeremiah 29:11
The Director and staff at Jersey Weekday Preschool design their own curriculum. They create theme based units integrating all the content areas. This allows the teachers the flexibility to create lessons and activities that help their students achieve their goals, while the Director invests in resources that the teachers use and find highly effective in meeting the educational needs of the learners in their classrooms.
It is our goal at Jersey Weekday Preschool to provide an education rooted in our faith in Jesus, as we address the individual learning needs of each child. Our staff is committed to preparing them for the great things God has planned for them! Our curriculum and classrooms are designed to provide engaging academics in a developmentally appropriate manner in order to create meaningful learning experiences as our students discover and acquire new concepts and skills. Our curriculum takes an active approach to learning to keep your child interested, engaged and having fun!
The curriculum is divided into ten major areas of focus; Biblical foundations, reading, writing, math, science, social studies, social development, gross motor development, fine motor development, and basic readiness skills. Download our parent handbook to review a list of basic concepts that your child will be working toward in each of these areas. This list provides examples of concepts taught and is not comprehensive, if you have additional questions about the curriculum please ask your child’s teacher or the director; we are happy to share more about what we teach with you.