Ages 3-5 Years Old
Early Education, where it all begins.
Foundational truths, heart-centered instruction, and a nurturing environment which fosters positive relationships
Beginning at the early education level, our commitment is to educate the total student, providing a nurturing, balanced, well-rounded educational experience and to help young men and women achieve their full potential in all facets of life. Cornerstone is a fully accredited, independent, non-denominational school in which biblical values and worldview are taught and practiced in every aspect of school life. We seek families who appreciate the benefit of a challenging, Christ-centered education.
What does a typical day look like?
- Calendar: Foundational math components are introduced and learned during this time- days of the week, months, weather, patterning, counting, simple addition and subtraction, place value, etc.
- Bible: Scripture memorization, Bible story, worship through song, and prayer time.
- Snack: Two food groups are served daily and time is spent learning about healthy food choices and food groups.
- Language and Literacy: Consists of letters, sounds, rhyming and various pre-reading skills.
- Concepts: Students spend time learning about the world around them through exploration of shapes, colors, farm animals, community helpers, etc.
- Science: Students are introduced to age-appropriate science concepts. Concepts are taught through observation and hands-on experiments.
- Centers: Free choice time were students experience and engage in hands on, sensory rich, activities that support and build on the curriculum.
- Large Motor: Students learn to run, jump, skip, hop, balance, etc. They learn how to manipulate their body in relation to the world around them.
- Fine Motor: Students practice writing, coloring, painting, cutting, manipulating play-doh, stringing beads, etc.
- Music and Movement: Students have opportunity to develop music skills through song and movement, introduction to instruments, rhythm, etc.
- Technology: Students have the opportunity to visit the computer lab weekly. They are also exposed to technology within the classroom.
- Library: Weekly visit to the library where students are exposed to various types of literature.