a place for your child
At Victory Christian Preschool, your child will find a loving, caring environment where he/she can explore the world and prepare for the challenges ahead in kindergarten. Each child will be encouraged to grow at his/her own level. Our classrooms are fun, safe, and welcoming spaces where your child can learn and grow.
Our staff are highly-qualified and experienced at teaching and guiding preschoolers. Our staff love working with little ones and it shows!
Shape & color Recognition
Letter & number recognition and forming
Letter phonics & reading readiness skills
Days of the week/months of the year
Opposites & rhyming words
Math, counting, patterns, and problem solving
Specials (art, music, gym, and science)
Fine Motor Skills (pencil, scissors, paste, etc)
Gross Motor Skills (movement through games & playground)
Monthly Bible verse and interactive weekly Bible stories
Social skills (raise hand, share, be a leader, follow directions, etc)
GROWING IN FAITH
All children, regardless of faith or church affiliation, are welcome at Victory Christian Preschool. We believe that children benefit from learning about God at an early age. From simple Bible stories, children learn about God's creation and experience how God loves and cares for them each and everyday. Each week, the kids will hear our storyteller tell a Bible story in a fun, creative. and memorable way. They will also have a monthly Bible Verse they will memorize that goes along with the Bible stories.
There's more to a child's first experience at school than ABC's and 123's. A healthy adult body begins early in childhood with plenty of active play. Our full-size indoor gym and outdoor play areas provide great ways to keep your preschooler moving. Children grow so fast and their bodies need lots of movement and spirited play to stay strong. A healthy snack and juice served each day will help reinforce the role of healthy bodies too.
GLUE, PAINT, GLITTER, AND OTHER STICKY STUFF
Preschoolers love to dive in with both hands - whether it is finger paint, glue, crayons, paint, or clay! Getting little fingers moving in new ways with diverse materials helps promote fine motor skills and reinforces mind-body connections in the developing brain. Art also helps small children learn to express and understand their feelings. We encourage this kind of play to make sure that your child has hands-on activities to keep their creative juices flowing!
If you would like more information about Victory Christian Preschool, please contact our Director, Megan Philpott, at 317-736-8364, extension 238.