Millbrook Baptist Preschool Curriculum

Children participate in an environment with varied activities that stimulate the child to develop in many areas. As the children mature, they will study subjects in more detail.

Individual Development

positive and confident self-image, an interest and joy in learning, respect for others, empathy, cooperative learning and independent problem solving skills

Emergent Cognitive Skills

pre-emergent writing, beginning spelling, comprehension, pre-emergent reading, sequencing, story retelling

Social Skills

learning about multi-cultural diversity, geography, family and community


one to one correspondence, patterns, estimation, non-standard measurement, number recognition, addition, understanding time and shapes in our environment


Science concepts are demonstrated and applied to real life situations, exploring living and non-living things, health and safety, the five senses, cooking, weather, water properties, magnets, air, wind, fire, exploration of the universe and solar system

Weekly Chapel

First and foremost, Chapel is designed to teach children that they are loved by God and to encourage their love for God. We will explore the people, places and stories of the Bible in a child-friendly way including story time and music.

Chapel is taught jointly by the ministers of the church and our preschool teachers.
Chapel is held on Wednesdays in the sanctuary for our 2-5 year olds and is incorporated into Music for the 1 year olds and our T/Th students.

Early Birds/Lunch Bunch*

*Please bring your own breakfast/lunch from home*
Children enjoy learning about healthy foods while socializing with their friends.
Children bring their healthy lunch from home.

* Additional fees apply for Lunch Bunch

Music & Movement

In addition to daily classroom music, children come to weekly group music classes where they explore and create through:

  • listening & singing
  • moving alone & with various objects & equipment
  • learning to play a wide variety of pitched & percussion instruments

Music is vitally important for development of:

  • auditory, locomotor & non-locomotor skills
  • finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination, & muscle development
  • self-expression through group participation & socialization

Much of the Music and Movement program is based on a teaching process called Orff-Schulwerk. This is a child-centered process where the children are always actively involved in creating fun-filled curriculum-based music!