KINDER- 5TH

New Kindergarten students will transition to their new classes in early August.
All other elementary transition mid-June.

 

What to expect:

Your children will worship God through high-energy praise and worship music, play fun and exciting games, and most important learn God's word through puppets, video teaching, skits, and powerful object lessons. We invite your child to experience God in a whole new way.

Curriculum:
For Kindergarten through 5th Grade we use the "Orange, 252 Basics" curriculum. You can check it out HERE.

What about food in the classroom?
Please be sure your children eat at home and don’t bring food to the classroom. We ask that you do not bring cake or donuts to celebrate your child’s birthday or other special occasions as there are many children with allergies that cannot eat these foods.

Occasionally our curriculum may include making a snack to reinforce the Bible truth the children are learning. We will post Allergy Alert signs whenever we serve anything beyond goldfish, animal crackers, popcorn or fruit juice.

What should I bring?
Bible - Elementary kids should bring their own Bibles each week. We encourage them to look up verses and highlight verses that are important to them. Please make sure your child’s name is inside their Bible. We provide all registered kids with an A2O tote bag to carry their Bible, highlighter and any take home papers!

Offering
All kids have the opportunity to change the world through giving. Kids can bring their “change” (quarters, nickels, dimes etc) and put it in the plinko offering container in the lobby. Monies collected are sent to Miracle House, a Christian orphanage in Kenya.

When is my child transitioned to the next age level classroom?
Transition Sunday will happen in mid-June.
 
What materials will my child bring home each weekend?
The items and information your child brings home from his or her classes are valuable tools for you as a parent. Please read them over and discuss the material with your child during the week. Every time you talk about the Bible truths learned in class, your child will be confirming God’s Word and at the same time establishing that you as a parent think the Bible truths are important.