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There are opportunities to hear about God and Jesus through Bible stories & songs. Prayers are learned and recited at snack time. The students learn about holidays of the church year such as Christmas and Easter, and the seasons from the perspective of their religious significance. Children are also involved in special mission projects to nurture positive attitudes toward helping others.
Group Activities

Group activities allow children to play with one another. Activities include show and tell, music time, movement activities, games, stories, and finger plays

Muscle Activities

Equipment include indoor and outdoor climbing gym, balance beams, mini trampoline, riding toys, hoops, bean bags, balance boards, parachute or games, and playing on the Noah’s Ark Playground

Snack Time

Children may actively participate. This time provides an opportunity for the teaching of several meal graces.  Snack is provided by the preschool except for special programs/parties.

Lending Library

The children are encouraged to borrow a book each day that school is in session. We ask that you return a book before taking another one. More information concerning the weekly schedule will be provided by a monthly newsletter and calendar.

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A creative parent/child experience (for 2 or 3-year-olds) on Wednesday mornings from

9:15-10:15 a.m. or 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Kindermusik Levels 3 & 4

 Fridays 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in

the Music Suite (Kindermusik)

Focus is to help the child feel happy and secure as he/she establishes an independent experience away from the family.


Mondays- 11:35-12:05.  Located in the large field beside the playground.

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A program for 3, 4, and 5-year-olds. Children bring a packed lunch and enjoy enrichment activities and gross motor playtime. Available Monday through Friday.


One week morning sessions are held in July and August.

Link for 2023 summer camp registration:

2023/2024 Calendar:

What Makes Us Special:

  • Caring, qualified teachers/ CPR training

    (Defibrillators on site)
  • Developmental, theme-based curriculum

  • Teachers work closely with area Kdg. Teachers   

  • Noah's Ark outdoor playground

  • Creative learning centers

  • Nutritious daily snacks provided by the preschool

  • Child and parent lending library

  • Portfolio assessment to view child's development

  • Monthly newsletters and calendars

  • Cooking and science activities

  • Independent activity boxes

  • Big Books / Family Reading Bags

  • Dramatic play prop boxes

  • Indoor play area

  • Field Trips/ Community resource people

  • Parent/teacher conferences

  • Security System

  • Vision Screenings

  • Speech Screenings

  • Early Drop Off/ Stay and Play Options

  • Helpful Car Drop Off/Pick-Up

  • Mission Projects to help our neighbors locally and worldwide

  • Early Drop Off Available at 8:05 a.m.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

Immanuel Preschool admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin.

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