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Christ the King Lutheran Church

9300 Farmington Road
Livonia, MI 48150

(734) 421-0749


Philosophy & Approach

Day in the Life

General School Mission

"We welcome you and your child to Little Lambs Preschool. We are dedicated to providing each child with a chance to grow socially, physically, emotionally, intellectually, as well as spiritually in an atmosphere of God's love and acceptance.
Each school day is planned with a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences for a preschool child. Children are given the chance to explore the world around them either individually or as a group. Our activities encourage large and fine motor skills, problem solving, a chance to make choices, and develop their own imagination. Our program and staff are dedicated to providing your child with a chance to develop a happy and healthy self-esteem. We want your child's first school experience to be a successful and happy one.
We are a non-profit organization which shall not discriminate due to race, sex, or religion. Little Lambs is governed by its Director, a parent advisory board, and a representative from the congregation of Christ the King Lutheran Church."
Excerpted from the preschool's website

A Typical Day

"Arrival: Please try to be on time. Bring your child into the building. While the teacher greets each child; the children have a chance to explore the room.
Circle: This is a relaxed time to greet each other, share fun stories, etc. Some direction is given for the day.
Choice of Activities: Children have a chance to work on art, explore with science, play with large and small motor equipment, blocks, dress-up, etc. It's each child's choice.
Group Time: A chance to hear a favorite book or two. Time for show-and-tell and the calendar, games, creative movement, music, or outdoor play.
Snack: A nutritious snack and juice.
Dismissal: Please share with your child what they have done at school today.
In addition the school takes approximately six field trips a year, several special parents nights/days and often sends home items (such as magnet bags) to help integrate the family and school working together."
Excerpted from the preschool's website