Children are naturally curious and they love to learn.

Immanuel seizes this opportunity to reinforce their inborn love for learning

through age-appropriate integrated instructional activities that set the stage for

students who love school and love to learn for a lifetime.



Spiritual Foundation

Children learn introductory Bible themes and stories from both the Old and New Testaments and how they relate to the world the children see around them.


Fine Motor Skills

Developing these skills is the first step in learning to color, draw and ultimately write. Children work on sorting, cutting and pasting, bead threading, and more.


Large Motor Skills

These skills enable children to perform everyday functions, such as walking, running, and skipping; as well as playground and sporting skills [e.g. catching, throwing and hitting a ball with a bat]. These skills are crucial for everyday self-care activities such as dressing. Children develop large motor agility through recess and gym time, songs with movement, and more.


Play-Based Learning Time

Active experimentation in the social and emotional roles of life helps teach children the moral development skill of empathy.


Letters, Numbers, Colors

weekly focus in each of these areas helps build proficiency.


Reading Readiness

Work in this area includes picture books, story time, and patterning activities.



Children learn to work in groups as well as independently.


Kindergarten Readiness Goals

Age-appropriate self-control is a large part of learning in preschool.