Pre-Kindergarten Room Benefits
Preparing Your Child for Their First Year of School
View the Room for Pre-Kindergarten in St. Ann
View the Room for Pre-Kindergarten in Lake St. Louis
The pre-kindergarten facility at our St. Louis County & St. Charles
County learning center is specifically designed to have your son or daughter
completely prepared before starting their first year of elementary school.
We center our program on the goal of helping children become confident
and ready to enter a new and exciting phase of their life. This is accomplished
by creating an environment that is highly comparable to a kindergarten
setting. We offer a perfect balance of both educational and physical activities
that stimulate your child's development and give them the skills they
need to thrive.
Our monthly curriculum is developed internally by our well-trained staff
team, and covers topics such as:
- Dramatic play
- Sensory play
Our monthly curriculum also includes:
- Letter of the week
- Number of the week
- Shape of the week
- Color of the week
Our Technology at Our Lake Saint Louis, Saint Ann, and Wentzville Locations
Child Care Center
It is evident that the role of technology in education is becoming increasingly
important. Because of this, we have completely adapted our educational
services so that children can become accustomed to this method of learning.
We use computers every day in our classroom, allowing each child to practice
and develop new skills critical to success.
The pre-kindergarten years can be a scary time for children. They are preparing
to enter a new environment and aren't exactly sure what to expect.
At Lullaby Inn, our goal is to make you and your child feel at home as
soon as you enter the classroom. We will greet both of you with a friendly
smile, show you around the classroom, and provide an individually labeled
cot for naptime and a personal cubby for storage. Our teachers also cater
to the concerns and needs of parents by providing daily reports of schedules
for when your child ate and took a nap, the activities he or she participated
in, and any notes or reminders deemed important.