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Our three-year-old preschool program discovers God’s amazing world in a safe and loving environment. Jension Christian believes that three-year-olds learn best through play-based activities, small and large group opportunities, and through interactions with their peers.

Admission Requirements:
To enroll in our three-year-old program, your child must be 3 years of age and potty trained by September 1st.


3's Preschool Options (9:00AM-11:30AM)
Monday/Wednesday ($905/year) **FULL - Waitlist Available**
Monday/Wednesday/Friday ($1,290/year) **FULL - Waitlist Available**
Tuesday/Thursday ($905/year) **FULL - Waitlist Available**
Tuesday/Thursday/Friday ($1,290/year) **FULL - Waitlist Available**
  • Center play and discovery with the opportunity to share and play with others
  • Large group circle time, learning the days of the weeks and how to identify weather
  • Creative arts including projects to develop fine motor and listening skills
  • Bathroom break with Hand-washing
  • Snack time and prayer
  • Small groups which focus on patterning, sorting, one-to-one correspondence, and pre-writing skills
  • Large motor activities either outside or in the gym
  • Praising God through song and motions
  • Listening to God's story
  • Participate in prayer time led by the teacher and other students
Spiritual Development
  • Listening to God’s story
  • Praising God through singing
  • Talking to God in prayer
  • Respecting God
  • Respecting others
Cognitive Development
  • Drawing a person
  • Identifying colors
  • Identifying shapes
  • Counting
  • Identifying numbers
  • Simple patterning
  • One-to-one matching
  • Saying name
  • Recognizing first name
  • Saying letters of first name
  • Letter Names and Sounds
  • Discovering handwriting
  • Hearing children’s literature
  • Participating in rhymes and poems
  • Discovering calendar
Physical Development
  • Kicking a ball
  • Hopping
  • Jumping
  • Throwing
  • Catching
  • Balancing
  • Cutting
  • Stringing beads
Social/Emotional Development
  • Using words to resolve conflict
  • Using kind and loving words and actions
  • Making Good Choices
  • Cleaning up
  • Discovering responsibility
  • Listening
  • Turn-Taking
  • Making friends
  • Understanding feelings
  • Learning names
Creative Development
  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Gluing
  • Coloring
  • Building
  • Cutting
  • Pretending
  • Free Play
  • Singing
  • Creating rhythm
  • Moving to music