Nursery Three

Nursery Three Preschool Program

Early learning research shows that we have greatly underestimated what young children can and should be learning. Small children are curious, and they are born with a desire to learn.

Academics – We have a comprehensive curriculum, A BEKA, that builds both strong character and academic excellence. As you follow your child’s progress through the year, you will be thrilled to see your child learn the basics in reading, writing, and numbers. We also teach patriotism and the true meaning of holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
Extended Care – We offer the convenience of quality care from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., so that your child remains cared for in a safe, nurturing environment when the academic day is completed.

Computers – Springfield Academy has a twelve station computer lab and Spring ‘N’ Dale has computers in their classroom to help children develop skills in technology and to enhance their education.

 

Nursery Three Accomplishment Guide

MUSIC:

Creative Rhythms

Listening

Singing Songs

Choral Speaking

 

NUMBERS:

Simple Counting 1-30

Number Recognition

Number Concepts 1-15

Visual Aids (beans, sticks)

Shapes

 

ALPHABET:

Letter Recognition

Introduction to Phonics

Handwriting: Formation of Letters in Upper and Lower Case

 

MOTOR SKILLS:

Pouring

Jumping

Dressing

Modeling Clay

 

LANGUAGE ARTS:

Finger Plays

Color words

Stories and Poems

Transportation

Acting

Countries

Show and Tell (once a week)

Community helpers

Nursery Rhymes

Family

Short Vowels/Consonants: Recognition of Name, Sound, & Picture

 

ART:

Creative Art

Painting

Coloring

Pasting

Cutting

 

SCIENCE:

Animals

Seasons

Leaves

Senses

 

BIBLE:

Hymns/Choruses

Lessons: Creation, Noah, Samuel, Daniel, Baby Jesus, etc,..

 

MANNERS/ HEALTH HABITS:

Washing Hands Before Eating

Washing Hands After Using the Restroom

Covering Mouth when Coughing or Sneezing

Encourage Cleaning their Plate

Sitting at Table Properly

Blessing Before Meals and Snacks

Using Napkins

Saying “Please” and “Thank you”

Not Leaving Before Excused

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