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.
We LOVE Redeemer
We toured quite a few different daycare facilities when we were expecting our son. Some were out of our budget, some were inconveniently located for us, and there were 2 or 3 that were going to be potentials for us to enroll in. When we were trying to decide what was going to be the right place for our son, we were told to think about how we felt when we were at each facility. I remember the day we came in to tour Redeemer very well. They were still working on the new addition to the church, that was going to house the infant and baby rooms. We spent over an hour with Ms. Bakken, asking questions and looking at the current facility that was in place. We felt extremely comfortable, and welcomed while we were visiting Redeemer. Our son has been attending Redeemer now for almost 2 years, and we know he is in the right place! He has learned, and grown so much while he has been in their care. The staff are all so caring, and friendly. It’s been fun to get to know the other parents of the kids that our son has grown up with. We had been attending Redeemer for a few months, and on one of the daily “report cards” that gets sent home, it said our son fell asleep during a fire drill. Which this was a funny story in itself, but what really stood out to me, was that the staff were actively practicing fire drills. That was something we never asked about when we toured the facilities. I never would have thought of this, had it not been mentioned. I felt re-assured that they were up to date with all safety practices and measures to keep our son, and the rest of the kids safe. When we had just started attending Redeemer, it was around Christmas time. I was fortunate enough to be off for a week also during that time. We were playing with our son, and he was showing off his “tummy time” skills. I knew that they had to have been working on these things with him at Redeemer. Now he’s reciting ABC’s and counting to 10. It’s been truly a blessing to have people who are just as invested in his development, and over all well being as we are. We would gladly recommend, and choose Redeemer again for our son! We appreciate all of the hard work and efforts of the staff. From the little things, like the art work that they send home, to the 4th of July program, and everything in between, thank you for providing such an incredible environment for our son to thrive in!