The curriculum at the Lord of Life Early Education Center is designed to provide your child with a well-rounded, early-childhood education that will prepare them as lifelong learners. Your child will participate in the following areas:
Encourages small motor development, expresses feelings and ideas, and presents concepts of shapes, size and location. Good for eye-hand coordination and concepts of symmetry, balance and design. As children use their imagination and creativity, their ideas are valued. A variety of media is introduced.
Life lessons and biblical virtues are taught from “One In Christ” and “Fruits of the Spirit.”
Encourages social interaction, opportunity to act out emotions, builds self-esteem, promotes creativity, and fosters imagination
Left-to-right activities, site words, book areas, sounds like, etc. using the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum.
Music is made up of so many facets; science, math, foreign language, history, physical education and art. In the early years, it is used to develop a love for different sounds, rhythm, following direction, balance and coordination.
Shapes, size, length, and location, reading and math readiness activities, cooperating with others (building blocks), problem-solving, motor skills/stacking, reaching, grasping, lifting, balancing and carrying
Large motor development, two playgrounds, indoor gym, lots of equipment, climbing experiences, coordination development and soccer classes
Independent choices, good nutrition, cooking activities, units of measure, plant life, life cycles of many insects and animals, and chemical reactions
American culture, multi-cultural customs and government
If you have questions about the Early Education Center curriculum, contact Meghan Willeford by email.