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League City United Methodist Church offers developmentally appropriate programs for young children. The programs provide a Christian environment filled with love and concern for each child. We use the CLI Engage curriculum, recommended by the state of Texas for Early Childhood Education. All teachers are trained in CPR and First Aid, finger printed, and have a background check before beginning to work with children.
Children's Day Out
Children 18 to 35 months will be assigned to a program for their age group. These children begin to learn about organized play, socialization, and what school looks like. Classes meet 2, 3, or 5 days a week and are filled with fun, snack, lunch, and a daily nap. We have a 2 teacher to 12 student maximum. These teachers are trained in safety of the very young child and are required to meet the standards for annual professional development in the state of Texas.
Creative Corners Pre-School
Our pre-school program is for three and four year old children. The program is designed to meet the child's needs for social, physical, emotional, and Christian development along with their peers. Our children also learn the skills needed for when they begin Kindergarten. Three year old classes meet 2, 3, or 5 days a week and the four year old classes meet 3 or 5 days a week. Our pre-school teachers have a degree or a Child Development Associates certification. All teachers are required to meet standards for annual professional development.
Our private Kindergarten class meets Monday through Friday. The teacher has a state of Texas teacher certification in Early Childhood Education. As a former public school teacher, she prepares them for those early years of elementary school. We have a 1 teacher to 12 student ratio allowing one on one and small group instruction daily. Our teacher has completed 30 hours of professional development and is certified in CPR and first aid.
To learn more about this amazing program visit www.creative-corners.org or contact
Mary Latulippe, Director