At Christ Fellowship Academy, we hold a very dear responsibility to instill the love of learning in our students. Our KPals program provides a safe, healthy and engaging environment that fosters growth in your child’s development. Our team plans and implements a faith based curriculum that targets each preschooler’s physical, cognitive, social-emotional and spiritual growth.
We provide a structured environment that consists of hands-on learning paired with academics. We emphasize a Center-based, hands-on approach to learning that integrates motor skills, habits, listening, language, early literacy, scientific investigation and cultural lessons. Our early childhood educators also provide instructions that is developmentally appropriate and differentiated to meet the needs of all their students.
The environment and social interaction is key to your child’s cognitive development. Therefore, our preschool exhibits a fun, social environment where young children are given endless opportunities to engage in meaningful experiences. Above all, Christ Fellowship’s KPals Program is a Christ loving environment that exists to surround your child with the love of God that overflows around us.
Our K4 Full day Grasshopper program runs from 8:00 – 2:15pm ( with the option of before or aftercare) and is partially covered by your VPK certificate.
Our curriculum provides the tools necessary to meet each child’s needs. It provides the opportunity for prekindergarten students to learn at their own developmental level and ability. Our curriculum targets spiritual growth through Bible truths and Biblical knowledge, school readiness, motor skills, language acquisition, vocabulary and comprehension, handwriting, math and critical learning concepts, science & social studies, and more.
Students’ learning is enhanced through structured centers/hands on learning and they participate in field trips specific to theme students are reviewing such as the zoo, farm, and more.
In addition to the curriculum and activities followed in the classroom, these enrichment classes are included in the program.
A hands-on lab, once a week, where children learn scientific concepts at their level. They will participate in activities such as classifying rocks and minerals, making fossils out of play-do, mixing safe chemicals, planting seeds, and much more.
A high-energy class, once a week, where children learn about early music theory ( tempo, beat, etc.), composers, the use of different instruments, rehearsing for their music production that takes place in the Spring and much more.
Our Spanish teacher, twice a week, leads children in conversational Spanish while following the Spanish version of our curriculum. Letters, colors, numbers, shapes, and more are taught in a fun way through the use of puppets, Spanish books, projects, and more.
A literature-rich class, once a week, that incorporates different book series to encourage the love of reading in the smallest of our students. Children will engage with storytelling and song while learning about different authors and real-world thematic concepts. Children are invited to attend our book fairs throughout the year, book author visits, and our “Reading under the Stars” night event.
A technologically-rich class, once a week, where students are guided through different computer programs that complement curriculum aspects happening in the classroom; letter recognition, hand/eye coordination, and more.
RECESS / PLAYGROUND
Students go to recess, our playground, daily where gross motor development thrives through climbing, running, jumping, hopping, skipping and taking turns.