Communication and Literacy Development
Our classrooms are filled with the excited, happy sounds of young children as they talk to their classmates and teachers, sing songs, and read stories. Children practice their listening skills when the teacher is reading to them and when they listen to their peers. Children also begin to recognize their ABC’s, start to write the letters and even learn the sounds that each letter makes.
Books are an important component in our school. We read stories every day, we have classroom lending libraries, and we also support home literacy learning with Scholastic book clubs and book fairs.
Working with ABC blocks.
Quiet reading time our in classroom library.
Practicing writing skills.
Mrs. Mulvaney writing our responses about things we are thankful for.
- Approaches to Learning
- Cognitive Development
- Communication and Literacy Development
- Creative Expression
- Health and Safety
- New Hampshire Early Learning Guidelines
- Physical Development
- Social and Emotional Development
- Spiritual Development
- 2-Day Class
- 3-Day Class
- Yearly School Calendar
- Snack Information
- Sample Daily Schedule
- Special Events through the Year
- Stay and Play
- Play Dough Recipe
- Back to School Supply List
In our preschool children learn about God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Weekly Bible lessons use themes from material published by Concordia Publishing House.
You are encouraged to come for a visit to see our program in action. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact our preschool at (603) 622-0309 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
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