Voyage of Discovery Package
On the Voyage of Discovery, children will gain academic readiness skills with the alphabet and numbers, enjoy read-aloud times, develop fine and large motor skills, and increase in cognitive skills. Most importantly, children learn God's truth and are encouraged to live it in their lives.
Pre-K For 4 Year Olds
Voyage of Discovery
Voyage of Discovery is our year-long Pre-K learning adventure for four-year-olds. In this complete Christian Pre-K program, children will discover many exciting things about the world in which we live. They'll gain academic readiness skills with the alphabet and numbers and enjoy read aloud times. They'll learn about their community — post office, fire station, church, grocery store — and make delightful science discoveries. They'll develop fine and large motor skills and increase in cognitive skills. Most importantly, they'll learn God's truth, the Bible, and be encouraged to live it in their lives.
with My Father's World
- Complete Pre-K Curriculum
- Bible Stories and Activities
- Hands-On Science
- ABC's and Numbers 1 to 10
- Shapes, Colors, and Sequencing
- Fine Motor and Visual
Voyage of Discovery is very flexible and you can begin any time of the year. Lessons are about an hour, five days a week, for 32 weeks. You can easily adapt this if needed, by condensing days or taking two days to teach one day's lesson.
The Goals of Our Program Are:
Spiritual Growth:Key themes include God loves us, so we love God and we love our neighbor as ourselves. Daily Bible stories from Genesis to Revelation with related hands-on activities. Weekly Bible verses.
Reading and Math:Read-aloud stories to develop reading readiness and a love for books. Hands-on alphabet activities. Print awareness, visual and auditory skills. Numbers to 10, colors, shapes, sorting, and classifying-sequencing.
Science and Social Studies:Simple activities to encourage curiosity, a love for science, and an awe for God's amazing creation. Opportunities to learn to make predictions, ask questions, observe carefully, and discuss results. Community Helpers: post office, fire station, church, grocery store, and more as well as suggested field trips.
Physical Development:Gross motor skills: outside play, both structured and unstructured. Fine motor skills: paint and color and draw, squeeze play dough, begin writing letters and numbers. Health — focus on nutrition by enjoying healthy snacks.
Cognitive Development:Creative thinking, problem solving, imaginative play. Songs and fingerplays.
Art and Music:Hands-on crafts and songs (on CD) for Bible memory verses.
"You've made it really easy on parents. It's just enough for each day. My son loves school and is disappointed when it's not a school day!"Katie B.
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