The preschool room at Lakewood Child Care Center includes our 3-year-old and young 4-year-old children.

Our teachers work carefully to plan the curriculum for our preschool students, which includes a blend of hands-on, developmentally appropriate readiness activities and creative opportunities to explore. Together, these help our children build their cognitive abilities, language, and problem-solving skills. The children have daily large and small muscle activities to develop awareness and build skills. We also introduce the children to many different social and emotional concepts and help them work on problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills.

Preschool teachers emphasize the development of socialization, problem-solving, and self-help. It is a play-based, language-rich, and hands-on environment to help the boys and girls clarify concepts, ideas, and the world around them.

Helping Our Preschoolers Soar

Three Lakewood Child Care Center preschoolers watch as their teacher throws a paper airplane outdoors
Two Lakewood Child Care Center boys bring bins of blocks to a table in preschool

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All Things Camping

Such a fun week of all things camping. Monday in art the children foil painted with yellow and orange paint to create a campfire. In math the children matched numbered tents and in language the children matched rhyming picture words. Tuesday in art the children glued tissue squares to a lantern and in math they…

Gardening is Fun!

This week the children explored all things gardening. Monday in art the children painted with different fruits and vegetables, and in math they used a die to count how many vegetables to add to the garden. Tuesday in art the children painted with more fruits and vegetables and in math they worked with a measuring…

We Love Our Moms!

This week the children engaged in activities, read books and had lots of discussions about mom’s! Monday in art the children painted with bubble wrap and in math the children graphed wild animal counters by type. In language the children worked with the rhyming houses game, matching the rhyming picture to the corresponding rhyming house.…

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