Tiny Treasures Christian Preschool of Wildwood Presbyterian Church is a nondenominational Christian preschool. Our philosophy incorporates an individualized approach to children, with respect for all as children of God, within an atmosphere of acceptance and grace.
Our curriculum addresses the social, emotional, cognitive, physical, aesthetic, and spiritual needs of children. Our preschool will seek to accommodate the individual needs of each child in our program.
Our approach to Christian education emphasizes the concepts of love and justice, embracing and modeling Christian ethical standards.
We encourage openness to different styles of learning for our students and different styles of teaching for our staff.
Our focus extends beyond the attainment of academic goals to the development of the whole child.
A Typical Morning at Preschool
Greeting Time 9:00 - 9:15
Children arrive, put personal items away in their cubbies, wash hands, and join the class for a greeting/table activity.
Gathering Time 9:15 - 9:30
Children meet together, role is taken, weather, and calendar are included at this time. Songs and finger plays may accompany this time.
Centers 9:30 - 10:20
Children participate in learning centers. Children may choose from a variety of small group or individual activities. These activities might include: dramatic play, literacy table, blocks, math games, examining objects at a science table, art or craft activity, sand and water table, computer, books and listening center.
Clean Up 10:20 - 10:25
Circle Time/Story Time 10:25 - 10:40
Circle time includes songs, finger-plays, stories, and discussion of weekly themes. The teacher and children work together to develop a sense of themselves as a unit. New activity themes are introduced. Children are encouraged to discuss new concepts. Bible stories are shared during circle time. "Show and Tell" may take place at this time.
Hand Washing and Snack 10:40-10:55
We sit together and say a prayer before snacks.
Large Motor / Music 10:55-11:15
Children will have the opportunity to use their large motor skills on the playground equipment, in the classroom, or in the gym.
Closing Circle / Get Ready to Leave