307 S Manning St, Anderson SC 29624 Phone: 864-224-1622 Fax: 864-224-3454
First Baptist Church
Friday, July 25, 2014
Loving God, Loving Others, Loving Life, IN CHRIST
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Preschool

The Center provides programs for preschoolers aged six weeks until they enter kindergarten. The classrooms are designed to invite your child's attention and are set up to provide your child with an environment where learning is obtained in a positive way.
 
In the Infant-Toddler rooms, children are cared for in a way that learning is constantly happening between feeding, diapering and naptime. The Staff are always providing opportunities for learning through play.
 
The Two Year, Three Year, and Four Year classes are organized into learning centers that are equipped with a variety of materials that provide activities for the children to develop emotionally, mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually. The Three and Four Year old classes follow Anderson School District 5 standards.
 
The day's schedule includes a balance of vigorous and quiet play, indoor and outdoor activities and small group and individual experiences. Teachers are flexible and sensitive to the children's ages and needs in planning activities.
 
The preschooler will participate in a variety of learning activities such as:
 
1.      Chapel period and room activities where they can develop spiritual concepts, have good feelings about themselves, others, and the natural world and God;
 
2.      Playground/Gymnasium period to develop fine and gross motor skills;
 
3.      Music period to learn to respond rhythmically to music, singing new songs and listening to different kinds of music;
 
4.      Making short excursions to points of interest in the community to explore his/her environment first hand and broaden his/her background.
 
5.      Language arts experiences such as poetry, stories, puppets, finger plays, filmstrips, and books;
 
6.      Working with paints, clay, crayons, blocks and other manipulative materials;
 
7.      Learning to share, take turns, plan, work and play with others;
 
8.      Math concepts;
 
9.      Cooking experiences;
 
10.     Outdoor play and sensorimotor training activities;
 
11.     Activities to meet each individual's needs;
 
12.     Informal assessment and evaluation of each child's progress.