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The preschool ministry's purpose is to guide the All God's Children Preshool's administrator and teachers with policy and curriculum as well as to be a liaison between the preschool and CRLC Vision board.

Opportunities: Some opportunities include, but are not limited to: talents to share with the children for example classroom visits (vetarinarian, dentist, fireman, etc.) continued donations, fundraising, and volunteer to wash toys regularly.

Click on the Preschool tab at the top of the page to read more about All God's Children Preschool.


 

 

Classes are in session.

 Please contact

Pam Jones, our preschool director, at

preschool@crlcbrecksville.org or

call 440-526-3800 and leave a message

if you are interested in registration.



 

Click here for a printable preschool brochure

Click here for a Registration Information sheet

Click here for a 2018-19 Registration Form





Literacy Night in April

 Picture5In January, the girls from Brownie/Girl Scout Troop #70341 started working on a Literacy Night for the students in All God’s Children Preschool. After months of work, the Literacy Night became reality on April 18. That night, the girls read books to the children, performed Stories in Motion, put on a puppet show and did a craft with the children. Then, the children each received a new book. Everyone involved gained something.

Preschool children were able to hear stories read-aloud (modeling of reading fluency, phrasing and expression); have conversations with an older child (extending their vocabulary, oral language abilities); and enjoy fun, positive experiences with ‘big kid’ who is now a recognizable face in the community.

Girl Scouts benefited by further developing their own literacy skills; fostering leadership and problem-solving skills; improved self-confidence that comes from being looked-up to; and a very real and important reason to be responsible.

Parents witnessed the mission statement in action: “Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place”.

Teachers learned about “Stories in Motion” which are short stories that include action words which prompt bursts of physical activity! We can utilize these stories in our classrooms for short physical activity breaks.

Thank you, Brownies and Girl Scouts! Thank you, CRLC for supporting Girl Scouts and All God’s Children!

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