Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. –Proverbs 22:6
C4 Pre-K is a community outreach ministry of Cross Creek Community Church, begun in 2016. Our academic Pre-K curriculum for 3 to 5 year old children is based on science, social studies and Bible themes with an emphasis on kindergarten readiness.
Every day, we learn from the Bible about God and His loving plan of salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ. Our Pre-K Bible curriculum presents God’s story in lively lessons from Genesis to the Great Commission. Each lesson reinforces God’s eternal love for us and powerfully presents the gospel message throughout the year.
Children are taught developmentally-appropriate skills and concepts which will better prepare them for kindergarten. Each day children have plenty of opportunities to practice these language and math concepts, as well as fine-motor and gross-motor skills within exciting weekly themes.
Children are also encouraged to practice self-help skills and self-control as they learn to be independent thinkers and problem solvers. Positive social interactions based on biblical principles are modeled and encouraged in every activity in the classroom.
The Pre-K program runs Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm, from September 1st until May 31st. Parents can choose a consistent schedule to fit your needs, a minimum of 2 days per week.
For more information or to request an enrollment packet, send an email to email@example.com or call the church at…570-696-0399
Our mission is to provide Christ-centered classroom environment, where each child feels safe, loved and valued.
Every day, we learn from the Bible about God and His loving plan of salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ
Our days in Pre-K are jam-packed with fun, learning and Bible lessons!
Daily activities provide a healthy balance of teacher-led lessons and child-chosen activities.
Children are offered plenty of opportunities to explore, create, experiment, and discover through hands-on (often messy!) activities.
Kindergarten readiness is a primary academic focus of our Pre-K curriculum. Language studies include repeated opportunities to identify, sound out and write each letter of the alphabet through word study, thematic group activities and planned learning centers.
Counting and number skills are practiced daily in every activity. In addition, instructional math lessons introduce other foundational concepts such as beginning number operations, comparing and ordering, and patterning.