Lamb of God Preschool Ministry shares the Grace of God with families by providing exceptional Christian education; in a loving environment centered on growing together in Jesus Christ.
Children are a special gift from God. We provide a Christian early childhood setting for children to grow, learn and develop as God's children, spiritually, physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively.
Lamb of God Preschool Ministry meets a specific set of criteria for early childhood education, provides high-quality programs with qualified, nurturing staff. As a result of these high standards and criteria, the Preschool Ministry is accredited with the National Lutheran Schools Accreditation. Lamb of God Preschool Ministry is also licensed by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.
CURRICULUM & ENROLLMENT
Children learn best by actively participating in meaningful hands-on activities that take into account their existing knowledge. Children develop and achieve at different levels of readiness based on their particular experiences. An important component of these learning experiences is regular interaction with knowledgeable adults who can bridge the gap between the child’s existing knowledge and skill level and those toward which they are striving to achieve.
A specific sequence of skills and knowledge, allows teachers, parents and other caregivers to guide young children’s development. Lamb of God Preschool Ministry uses Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence curriculum as a tool to offer these experiences that take each child’s individual competencies, while providing stepping stones to higher levels of learning. The child’s current knowledge and skill level becomes the starting point in planning new experiences and instruction.
All of our classes are center based, which allows for active exploration and hands-on learning. Children are engaged in age appropriate activities that allow for thinking skills, language, social, emotional and sensory development. All classes include Chapel and worship time, Motor Lab and Music.
Requests to change your enrollment/class may not be honored after July 1.
Requests for teachers and friends are accepted, but NOT guaranteed. No requests will be taken after July 1.
Each class has a minimum enrollment requirement. Parents will be notified if a class does not meet the requirement.
All students attend Chapel worship each week (Monday & Tuesday). Each class uses Concordia Publishing House curriculum to extend Bible learning throughout the school day using art, music and hands-on activities.
Classes include Motor Lab where we use curriculum from Super Moves-Play with a Purpose. Students learn to master foundational movement skills, such as balancing, jumping, spatial awareness and more.
Classes are exposed to music concepts. Exposing children to music during early development helps them to learn sounds and meanings of words. It helps the body and mind work together. Movement to music builds motor skills and allows self-expression and memory skills.
Students 3 years of age and older are exposed weekly to Spanish through a variety of hands-on activities such as music, games, story-telling, and movement.
After School Enrichment Classes
These classes are offered for students 4 years and older. Please check with the office for availability.
Students explore various art concepts through children’s literature, media, materials, imagination and creativity. Students will engage in open-ended art activities that allow them to explore these concepts. This is an 8 week session that is offered in the Fall and Spring semesters.
Students will build strong, healthy, confident bodies in a non-competitive environment. Students will gain creative thinking skills, patience, self-understanding, and confidence. Yoga helps to reduce stress and anxiety levels leading to a balanced child. This is an 8 week session that is offered in the Spring semester.