Our mission is to create a safe, fun environment where kids can learn about and experience God's love.  

PLANNING CENTER INTRODUCTION & INSTRUCTIONS


SCHEDULE

Schedulers:  
Caitlin Brawner - cait.brawner55@gmail.com

Emma Taylor - entaylor21@gmail.com

ROSTER


PRESCHOOL LEADERS

Preschool Coordinator

Becky Warfield - becky.warfield5@gmail.com

11:15am Rooms A-D:

Jasmyne Cummings jasmyne.cummings@gmail.com

11:15am Rooms E-H:

Tori Malone torimmalone@gmail.com

9:30am Rooms A-D:

Kat Steacy

katrn857@yahoo.com

9:30am Rooms E-H:

Shannon Crider dshannon.crider@gmail.com




PRESCHOOL SGL & SUPPORT ROLES


Bathroom Policies



AGE DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINING

This is a great resource for developmental guidelines through age 5:

https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/index.html

This is a great resource for healthy body tips, FAQ’s, articles, and more:

https://www.healthychildren.org/English/Pages/default.aspx

This is a great resource for families for health promotion ideas:

https://brightfutures.aap.org/families/Pages/Resources-for-Families.aspx

These are guides for each age available for purchase from Orange, the company that produces the curriculum we use for babies – 5th grade at Mosaic Christian Church.

http://phaseguides.com/



HOW TO CHANGE A DIAPER


Discipline

The most effective way to address behavioral problems is to prevent them in the first place, so keep an eye out, but in the case they can not be prevented, use the 3 step rules below.

3 Step Discipline:

1st time: Remind child of the rules, ask child to repeat rule with you

2nd time: Personal visit, get on their level, explain that if the rule is broken again there will be a consequence (a time out or a break from their favorite toy). For example, "Susie, if you hit one more time, you will have to take a time out."

3rd time: Follow through with the consequence, must be immediate. Remind the child, "Susie, we are to keep our hands to ourselves. You hit Johnny. You now need to take a time out."

4th time: Go through all 3 steps again or if the behavior is uncontrollable page their parent. In either case, tell the parent when they pick they child up about the behavior so they can work to fix it at home.


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We strive for our kids teams to be healthy, to have fun, to feel cared for, to have clarity in what they are doing, and get to serve in their "sweet spots." Please fill out the two surveys below, this info will help us to do that better! Thanks!

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