Early Childhood

Early Childhood Journey

Students in All Saints’ Early Childhood program engage in developmentally appropriate learning activities that promote a developmental balance of academic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual skills. Whether going from our 3-year-old class to Pre-K or from Pre-K or Bridge K on to Kindergarten, deliberate planning in all content areas ensures our students are prepared for the next step in their educational journey.

To learn more about the enrollment process, please visit our Admission page or inquire now

List of 3 members.

  • Ms. Robin Page 

    Division Head,Early Childhood Education
  • Ms. Kiki Young 12

    Early Childhood Division Assistant/EC Godly Play Teacher
  • Mrs. Lindsay McLaughlin 

    Associate Director of Admission, Early Childhood and Lower School

Program Elements

List of 5 items.

  • Intellectual Development

    Center based program, focusing on different interest areas, including, but not limited to:

    • Language and Literacy - vocabulary and language, letters, words, sounds, comprehension, phonics, reading readiness, handwriting and pencil grip, name recognition.
    • Math and Numbers - number recognition and concept, comparing, sorting, shapes, patterns, measurement, beginning number operations.
    • Art - Painting, drawing, cutting, pasting, and easel work, clay, finger painting. Art can be thematically planned and developmentally appropriate.
    • Science - age appropriate experiments, thematic planning, study of living things, environment, earth, culture.
  • Physical Development

    Dramatic play, toys and games, blocks, sensory table exploring, manipulatives, fine and gross motor coordination and development, including, but not limited to:

    • Outdoor play and exploration to develop large motor skills (jumping, running, climbing).
    • Music, movement, rhythm and beat, instruments and dance.
  • Social Development

    All Saints’ early childhood curriculum and activities are designed to promote skills beyond self.
    Children will be encouraged to build on interaction with others, teachers and groups, with the goal of building trusting relationships. Children will observe and explore, problem solve and learn social skills to foster independence and create confidence. Preschoolers will also be taught important life skills of sharing, respect, appropriately resolving conflict and communicating with words.
  • Emotional Development

    Play and learning at our preschool will focus on promoting self confidence and a positive self image that will lay the foundation for success in school and life.
    It is important to foster independence and create self assurance. Classrooms will introduce skills relevant to children’s development and interests.
  • Spiritual Development

    Teaching about God, traditions and disciplines, along with examples of faith, are lasting gifts to our children.
    The curriculum and activities in the All Saints’ Early Childhood program will promote a spiritual awareness at the appropriate developmental level of our impressionable preschoolers. Bible stories, lessons, praying and songs will connect learning about faith to living in faith. Children’s thoughts and feelings about God or other spiritual subjects are a natural part of their development. At our preschool, we will encourage children’s spiritual growth by incorporating into our Chapel lessons on faith, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, kindness and love. Children are never too young to learn about faith or engage in questions about faith.
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