Immanuel Danbury's Licensed  PreSchool

Our preschool program is fully licensed by the state of CT. 

 

We offer options for full and half day programs to work around your busy schedule.  

Contact us today to find out more.

PreSchool 3's

The  preschool program for  three-year-olds  at Immanuel Lutheran School  helps  children accomplish  many  goals throughout  the  year.  

We strive,  through  lesson  plans  and  our  daily environment,  to  help students:

  • Enjoy  learning.

  • Learn  socialization  skills  (playing  together  and  sharing).

  • Show  Christian  love  and  concern  for  others. 

  • Gain  independence  and  learn  self-discipline.

  • Learn  to  follow  directions.

  • Improve  motor  skills.

  • Learn  responsibility  for  themselves  (daily  jobs,  clean  up,  organizing to  go  home).

  • Trace  the  letters  in  their  name.

  • Work  with  problem-solving,  positional  terms  and  math  manipulatives.

  • Learn  colors  and  shapes,  and  be  introduced  to  numbers  and  the alphabet.

  • Work  with  time  relations,  weather,  visual discrimination,  body  parts  and  visual  motor  skills.

  • Experience  a  variety  of  art  and  cooking  activities.

  • Gain  a  positive  self-image  through  positive  reinforcement.

  • Grow  in  the  knowledge  that  they  are  God's  special  child,  and  that they  are  loved.

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PreSchool 4's

The  preschool  program  for  four-year-olds  at  Immanuel Lutheran School  helps  children  accomplish  many  goals throughout  the  year.  

 

We strive,  through  lesson  plans  and  our  daily environment,  to  help students:

  • Prepare  for  kindergarten  and  enjoy  learning.

  • Learn  socialization  skills  (playing  together  and  sharing).

  • Show  Christian  love  and  concern  for  others.

  • Gain  independence  and  learn  self-discipline.

  • Learn  to  follow  directions.

  • Improve  motor  skills.

  • Learn  responsibility  for  themselves  (daily  jobs,
    clean  up,  organizing to  go  home).

  • Print  their  name.

  • Work  with  problem-solving,  positional  terms  and math  manipulatives.

  • Learn  their  address  and  phone  number.

  • Learn  colors,  shapes,  numbers  and  the  alphabet.

  • Work  with  time  relations,  weather,  visual discrimination,  body  parts and  visual  motor  skills.

  • Experience  a  variety  of  art  and  cooking  activities.

  • Gain  a  positive  self-image  through  positive reinforcement.

  • Grow  in  the  knowledge  that  they  are  God's  special child,  and  that they  are  loved.

  • Learn  pre-reading  skills,  such  as  left  to  right  orientation,  letter names,  letter  sounds  and  grouping  letters  to  make  words.