Two-Year-Olds

Our goal is to provide a variety of developmentally appropriate hands-on activities for children to explore and manipulate. The activities throughout the day will help develop language, gross and fine motor skills. Our daily interactions will foster positive self-concepts, socials skills and reasoning skills. As children are ready to sit and participate in circle times, these opportunities will be available. Activities throughout the day include free play, texture table, play dough, concept games, art, stories, Bible stories, music, outside play, quiet time, and nap time.

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Infants (6 weeks to 12 months)
Our goal is to partner with parents to care for their baby’s everyday needs, whether it is for food, dry diapers, attention or hugs. We believe infant feeding times are times of nurturing and social interaction. We will never prop a bottle or put a baby to sleep with one. Babies nap and eat according to their individual schedules, therefore we tend to their individual needs. The classroom is filled with developmentally appropriate toys that the babies have access to throughout the day.

​​​Telephone: (407) 892-9814

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One-Year-Olds
Our goal is to provide a variety of developmentally appropriate hands-on activities for children to explore and manipulate. We will have activities to help develop language, gross and fine motor skills. Our interactions will foster positive self-concepts, socials skills and reasoning skills. As children are ready to sit and participate in circle times, these opportunities will be available. Activities throughout the day include free play, texture table, play dough, concept games, art, stories, Bible stories, music, outside play, quiet time, and nap time. 

Three-Year-Olds: Classroom and Childcare
The preschool classroom includes children enrolled part-time a few days a week, and those enrolled for preschool plus childcare. In both, age-appropriate activities are designed to help develop language, gross and fine motor skills. Additional activities include free play, Chapel, Bible lessons, stories, music, creative art, easel, texture table, learning centers, directed art, outdoor play, and nap/rest time. Throughout our time together, we seek to foster children's positive self-concepts, socials skills and reasoning skills, as well as help them develop increasing coordination for their growing bodies.



VPK - Four- & Five-Year-Olds: Classroom and Childcare

Children at this age are getting ready for and experiencing kindergarten, and our goal is to help them gain the social and emotional, cognitive skills, communication, Mathematics, science, art and creativity and reasoning skills to make this a smooth transition. Activities will include free play, Chapel, Bible lessons, stories, concepts, plan of the day, music, pledges, learning centers, creative arts, calendar, math concepts, weather, directed art, outdoor play, quiet time, and prayer time..

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Rijean Smith, School Director

Welcome to Grace Early Learning Center

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We treat each child as a unique and special gift from God to be cared for, loved and nurtured. Lutheran Education equips people to live out the great commandments to love God and our neighbor (Deuteronomy 6:6-7).


Church/School Objectives:

-Enlighten each child to know and love his Savior, Jesus Christ, through   the   Word of God.
-Nurture each child to grow in his/her faith through regular, daily religious i   instruction.
-Maintain close contact with the families, assisting them in their Christian   growth and educational goals.


                       ***We are a School Readiness / VPK Provider***
 

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