APC Dayschool Curriculum Preschool (ages 3 - 5)

Through direct experience, structured and free play, and social interaction, our Preschool offers a well-balanced program designed to prepare your child for future schooling and maturation.

We take care to ensure each child’s total development is addressed by the following goals:

  • To provide a loving, Christian environment in which to encourage and challenge each child.
  • To help each child develop an attitude of eagerness and joy about learning. 
  • To encourage each child to grow socially, emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
  • To help each child discover his/her own uniqueness and importance.
  • To provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum upon which to lay the foundation for future school work.

Our preschool curriculum is divided into seven areas:

  1. Social and Emotional to develop confidence, curiosity, initiative, self-direction and self-control.
  2. Physical Development by participating in a variety of gross and fine motor skills.
  3. Creative Expression through participation in music, art, and drama activities.
  4. Language by developing listening skills, discriminate beginning sounds, age-appropriate writing and expressive skills.
  5. Mathematics through sorting, classify and identify basic shapes, patterns, and numbers.
  6. Science through acquired knowledge related to life, physical, Earth and health science.
  7. Social Studies by developing an appreciation for his/her role as a member of the family, classroom, and community.

Parents Morning Out (18 months to 3 years)

APC is committed to providing quality childcare for busy parents through our Parents Morning Out program.

Our goals for Parents Morning Out are:

  • To ensure a safe, loving environment for your child.
  • To offer a variety of activities to stimulate the emotional, social, physical, mental, and spiritual development of each child.
  • To maintain a sensitive and caring staff.
  • To keep parents informed of their child’s activities and progress.

Our curriculum is divided into three areas:

  1. Social Development by developing confidence, curiosity, initiative, self-direction, and self-control.
  2. Physical Development by participating in a variety of gross and fine motor activities.
  3. Cognitive Development through participating in age-appropriate activities to develop vocabulary, object recognition and simple concepts.