What We Teach

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Preschool believes that parents are the child’s first teachers. We believe that children learn best by working with hands-on experiences using their five senses: touching, seeing, hearing, smelling, and tasting in a creative learning atmosphere.

We recognize the uniqueness of each child and offer opportunities for growth by providing them with a positive, creative, and stimulating environment in which to develop and learn. It is our hope that in focusing on the whole child, with a strong emphasis on self-esteem, our children will enjoy continued success in the world.

We believe that play is to be respected as a vehicle for learning. Children use this mode to model, create, explore, solve problems, interact socially, pretend, and dream.

Hands-on learning includes:

  • Bible stories
  • Health and safety
  • Music and movement
  • In-house special events
  • Large/small motor skills
  • Offsite field trips
  • Language arts
  • Science/Nature
  • Number readiness
  • Social skills
  • Dramatic play
  • Creative art


Voyages is the religion curriculum used for Jesus Time. This curriculum contains many ideas to teach about Jesus through a variety of areas and centers.

Visual Phonics is a program that teaches beginning letter recognition and sounds. It provides the children with a solid base in preparation for kindergarten.

Parents may review the Curriculum (Child Care Program) at any time. A copy of the program can be picked up in the classroom.