Student/ Teacher Ratio: 6:1
Your child’s second year of life can be quite entertaining as they learn to talk, sing, and move. At Redeemer, our two-year old curriculum consists of school readiness skills at a very basic level. The children will learn colors, shapes, and to follow simple directions through games and art projects. Class rules will teach them to listen and respect teacher requests. Our teachers will follow your lead with toilet training. When your child is ready, we will be ready to help, too!
Student/ Teacher Ratio: 7:1
We recognize that this may be your child’s first year in school and we want to make it as enjoyable as possible. The curriculum is a deeper dive into the skills that the Year Two students begin to learn. Their play will become more academic, working on preschool readiness skills on a higher level. This is the year where self-help skills become increasingly important. You will find that by the end of the year, your child has found his independence. It will be liberating for all of you!
Student/ Teacher Ratio: 8:1
The world is beginning to open up for your four-year old. This is the final preparatory year before Kindergarten. At Redeemer, your child will learn a higher level of physical skill and independence. Science and math will be introduced, as well as phonemic awareness and pre-reading. Of course, we do all of this learning the “Redeemer Way” by playing games, singing songs and making wonderful art projects.
Nothing short of amazing!
Our experience at Redeemer Lutheran Preschool and Childcare has been nothing short of amazing! Our child has attended since age 2 and is now in the pre-k program. They have help our child succeed in all areas of life and not just academically. Our child has learned so many life skills such as, how to get along with others, share, use the potty, table manners and the list could go on. Our child has definitely learned a lot academically as well and the best part is they play to learn. Whenever I ask my child what they did at school the response is always the same-“we played games”. And when I ask what kind of games it’s academically geared but to our child its a game because the staff and teachers have found a way to make the learning fun. Watching our child soar academically combined with the life skills learned, we feel very confident sending our child to kindergarten next year. We also love that our child is in a Christ centered environment everyday and learning just how much God loves him and just how special he really is. The staff and teachers at Redeemer are beyond loving and kind. They really take an interest in our child’s personal interest and find ways to cater to those in order to help them learn. My husband and I have referred many friends to this school and we will continue to do so even when our child is too old to attend. I honestly could go on and on……but I’m sure our child said it best this morning on the way you to the door to school. “Time to go learn more about God and play games!”