Go Beyond Teaching; Cultivate Learning
Our preschool is a place where curiosity and exploration are fostered and cultivated. It’s a place where every part of the day is intentional and taught from a Christian perspective. Children have freedom for spontaneous play where they make discoveries, solve problems, and have positive social interactions. These self-directed activities, together with teacher-led lessons that teach children how to work in a group, lay the groundwork for future academic success. Our qualified staff and small class sizes allow each child to grow, develop, and explore at their own pace. Preschool at Timothy not only prepares children for kindergarten and beyond, but also lays the foundation for a lifetime of faith.
Preschool Overview Video
Our pint-sized playground was specifically designed with a preschooler's curiosity in mind. The playground allows our preschoolers to engage with God's creation.
Timothy Christian Early Education Playground.
- Multi-age program (ages 3–5)
- Play-based, whole child activities
- Two year, rotating curriculum
- Curriculum is theme-based, integrating differentiated learning experiences, from support to extension
- Standards aligned, partnering with Concordia University Early Childhood Initiative
- Certified staff in the classroom at all times.
- 1 adult:10 children, aide support beyond 10 students with 20 student maximum
- Early morning drop-off 8:00 – 8:45 am and late afternoon pickup 2:30 – 3:00 pm options.
Preschool on Your Schedule
- Early morning drop-off: 8:00 – 8:45 am
- Late afternoon pickup: 2:30 – 3:00 pm
3-Day AM or PM Options:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:45 am – 11:15 am
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: Noon – 2:30 pm
5-Day AM Option:
- Monday-Friday: 8:45 am to 11:15 am
New! 2-Day Full Day Option:
- Tuesday & Thursday: 8:45 am – 2:30 pm
À LA CARTE Afternoon Explorations
|Even Years||Odd Years|
|Monday||Little Movers||Little Scientists|
|Tuesday||Little Travelers||Little Artists|
|Wednesday||Little Artists||Little Travelers|
|Thursday||Little Scientists||Little Movers|
|Friday||Little Musicians||Little Musicians|
Afternoon Explorations: Add an afternoon exploration after your AM session. Pick all or one one to fit your schedule.
Afternoon preschool explorations have been designed to allow children to continue to explore the world around them through a variety of activities and experiences. The programs extend the preschool day and allow you to create a schedule that meets your child’s needs, whether that’s just one afternoon a week, or many. All programs will offer developmentally appropriate activities that encourage children to explore God’s world. After lunch there will be an opportunity for gross motor play and rest time. Then we will embark on an afternoon of exploration and fun.
Does your preschooler love to learn through movement? Little Movers is the place for them! Preschool children will develop gross and fine motor skills through indoor and outdoor play, group activities, and games. They can develop coordination, listening skills, and cooperation while engaging in activities. The development of gross motor skills allows every child to grow physically and emotionally.
Our world belongs to God and we can’t wait to help your child explore it! Preschool children will discover an appreciation for communities near and far and diverse cultures in the world around them. The children will “travel” both domestic and abroad as they are exposed to various city buildings, land formations, and traditions.
Bring out your child’s artistic creativity in Little Artists! Preschool children will explore a variety of styles of art as they use different media to create. As they engage in various activities, children will learn that art is a way to express oneself and to communicate with others. Children will develop fine motor skills as they cut, paint, and glue, as well as learn to communicate with others about what they are creating.
Does your child wonder how things work? Are there a lot of “why” questions asked at your house? Then your child will enjoy Little Scientists! As the children engage in nature-based activities and science experiments, they will have the opportunity to explore the world God created. Explorations will include observing, predicting, and developing conclusions as they investigate the world around them.
Let’s explore the gift of music together! Preschool children will be introduced to different styles of music as they develop a sense of rhythm, spatial awareness, and appreciation for music. Children will interact with a variety of instruments to create their own music and will also have the opportunity to make instruments.
Meet Our Teachers
Mrs. Stacy Wiegers: “I love that the students have such excitement to learn. It is so refreshing to see them create and explore with the simplest of materials. Preschoolers inspire me by their creativity and their joyful spirits. I am blessed to help them explore God’s world!”
Mrs. Sonja Corrigan: “Each one of my preschool students is a unique child of God and I have the privilege of helping them grow in their love for the Lord. What an incredible privilege! We discover God’s world together, remember God’s promises in our Bible stories, and spend time in prayer together each day. One of my favorite parts of each school day is welcoming my students. They arrive with big smiles, full of enthusiasm, and ready to share! Preschoolers love learning and being a part of a classroom community and I am so thankful to be a part of their first school experiences.”
Mrs. Katie Crichton: “Whether they are 3 or 18, kids need to be reminded often that they are God’s special and unique creations. It is a privilege to be able to teach our youngest and oldest students on campus in a Christ centered environment. I believe that each student has a unique God given purpose and path. My job as a teacher is to encourage, nurture, and guide them as they learn and explore all God has created. I find it important to create a classroom environment where all students feel God’s love, learn to love and accept others, and feel they are safe to learn, create, and discover in their unique way."