"To provide protection, guidance, and supervision.
To promote a sense of security and a sense of self-worth.
To provide age appropriate activities for their total development.
To increase their sense of awareness in their physical, psychological, and emotional development.
To increase opportunities for social interaction in an environment with their peers and adults.
To provide opportunities to develop small motor skills, i.e. holding a crayon, using scissors; and large motor skills, i.e. skipping, climbing.
To develop an appreciation for the arts, i.e. color, music, rhythmic movement.
To learn how to express feelings appropriately and to take responsibility for their own behavior.
To develop language and thinking skills.
Providing experiences that show God's love.
Excerpted from the preschool's website