Longmont Preschool Program
About ABC Preschool
Amazing Blessings Christian Preschool is state licensed and is located in a cozy home setting in a quiet residential neighborhood in west Longmont near Mountain View Avenue. The teacher to child ratio is 1 to 8 (or 2 to 12 if enrollment is above 8) ensuring that each child gets individualized attention. There is a separate entrance off of Princeton Ct. on the back side of the residence to the bright and cheerful classroom which has been carefully designed with interest centers to provide a high quality preschool learning environment. Children can also enjoy the outdoors in a large fully fenced yard.
The mission of Amazing Blessings Christian Preschool is to work cooperatively with families to help preschoolers grow in all areas of development – intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual. It is our mission to create a solid educational foundation for young children within a compassionate and caring Christian environment.
Purpose and Philosophy
At Amazing Blessings Christian Preschool we believe that each child is a special and unique child of God, ready to be challenged to develop his/her God-given potential. We value instilling a love for learning and a love for Jesus through a developmentally appropriate, hands-on approach in a caring and nurturing environment.
Curriculum and Preschool Standards
Amazing Blessings Christian Preschool uses standards and objectives aligned with the Preschool Colorado Academic Standards which set out a series of learning outcomes agreed to be essential for Kindergarten readiness. The curriculum is comprised of activities taken from a variety of resources based on best practices, Christian values, and what is developmentally appropriate for 3-5 year olds. Intentional teaching strategies are used to create a balance of activities that revolve around themes and learning centers that are: both quiet and active; for individual, small, and large group; both child-initiated and teacher initiated; both academically focused (literacy, math, and science) and more traditionally focused (social-emotional, physical and creative development).