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Little Cherubs Christian

660 W Main St
Cheshire, CT 06410-3923

(203) 272-1150


Philosophy & Approach

Day in the Life

General School Mission

"Little Cherubs Christian Preschool is a community whose mission is to share the love of Christ with preschoolers from Cheshire and the surrounding communities, providing those entrusted to her care with a sound Christian curriculum and quality learning opportunities which will assist parents in the nurturing of their child's spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and emotional growth and development"
Excerpted from the preschool's website

A Typical Day

A year of socialization and awareness of other children.
Learning to separate from parents and learning to take direction from other adults.
Simple and creative art activities which will include the enjoyment of many kinds
of art medium and the opportunity to paint, paste, cut and color.
Listening to stories and having a chance for verbal expression through rhyming,
finger-plays, music enjoyment and occasional show and tell.
Making choices and solving problems.
Learning to attend to a task for short periods of time.
Playing in a child centered room with many opportunities for creative play in fun
filled centers loaded with trucks and cars, hats and dress-ups, blocks, books, art
supplies and a large variety of manipulative toys for fine motor control.
Opportunities for outdoor play, large motor development.
Cooking experiences with the class.
Learning in a loving Christian atmosphere which promotes a strong and positive
This program will include all the objectives of the three-year-old program but will also
include others taking into account that each child develops at different rates and interest
levels. Enjoyment of school, pride in ones self and in ones accomplishments.
An expanded amount of time in preschool to utilize the variety of material
More emphasis on verbalization and being able to express good and bad
Working cooperatively during projects, play and clean-up.
Caring for animals.
Learning to follow directions and becoming a good listener.
Many small group opportunities for games, creative crafts, table-top games
and manipulatives.
Basic reading readiness skills introduced, color blending, calendar fun,
science exploration, patterning, sequencing, graphing.
Awareness of ones self through learning of address, phone numbers, name
recognition and writing."
Excerpted from the preschool's website