Programs



Our Lambs and Pandas classrooms focus on:

• Building a bond between your child and your child’s caregiver
• Celebrating their first-year milestones as they grow and develop
• Teaching infants by exposing them to books
• Singing to them
• Playing with them
• Listening to them

In addition to these things, our babies enjoy:

• Their own unique feeding schedule, designed by the parents
• Being held and rocked
• Tummy time
• Stroller and buggy rides
• Playing in bouncers and swings

We strive to provide a nursery environment that nurtures and stimulates your child’s exploration and growth.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Our classroom is created with mobile infants in mind. This room is designed to safely encourage your child to explore, play, and walk.

They will have opportunities to:

• Play with basic household toys
• Explore toys such as nesting blocks and links to help develop their fine motor skills
• Play first year instruments that introduce them to rhythm
• Develop large motor skills as they ride, push, and climb toys
• Take scheduled naps so they are rested

You can always expect to see a nurturing teacher on the floor, interacting with the children when you enter our classroom.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

In the Bunnies and Kangaroos, children are on their feet and on the go! At 18 months, we believe that structured learning is important for children development, so we incorporate a themed curriculum into the schedule. Each week, parents will receive a letter informing you of the weekly theme, Bible story, letter, color, number, and shape of the week.

Our Play Time helps to cultivate various skills such as:

• Relating objects to words
• Hand-eye coordination
• Large and fine muscle skills
• Development of self-confidence
• Learning rhythm
• Fostering creativity

They also participate in daily outside time (or indoor playpad, depending on the weather) in the morning and afternoon to burn off energy and develop large motor skills. Our teachers help to stimulate a child’s ever growing imagination by talking to, singing with, and engaging in playtime with each child individually.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our classrooms are full of energy and fun. Curriculum in these classes is designed to encourage curiosity and exploration by introducing topics through daily “Circle Time”. Circle Time includes a review of the weekly letter, color, number, and shape of the week, a story, and a hands-on activity that reinforces the weekly curriculum theme.
However, Circle Time isn’t the only tool we use for learning. As they play in the classroom, they will learn:

• Problem solving
• Designing and constructing ideas
• Role playing
• Communication skills
• Respect and care for books
• Develop hand-eye coordination
• Various types of music and rhythm

Potty Training is another big step in our two year old classrooms. Our teachers work hard with the children and their parents to develop the right potty training system for your child.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Our three year old program consists of three classrooms. In depth curriculum is integrated into each week. For example, during Thanksgiving week, children not only read stories about Native Americans and pilgrims, but they experience it. During circle time, children pick Native American names, art is spent creating cornucopias stuffed with “thankfulness”, and they get to go inside a teepee and so on. Our teachers not only go over the curriculum during circle time, but they catch children in their “teachable moments” during play time.

Among real life application, children in these classrooms learn:

• vowel and consonant sounds and recognition
• storytelling and the dictation of stories
• comparison of sizes and shapes
• experimentation with texture and colors

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our Pre-K classrooms experience the opportunity to learn academic principles as well as life skills that are designed help your child have a smooth transition from childcare to Kindergarten. We use a theme-based curriculum that runs parallel to the curriculum used in the public schools.
Houghton Mifflin is aligned with key Pre-K learning goals and current state standards and it provides children with the foundational skills they need to succeed as lifelong learners.
Some of these goals include:

• Recognizing and forming all letters of the alphabet
• Being able to spell one’s name
• Reading comprehension skills
• Listening comprehension skills
• Naming beginning sounds
• Identifying numbers 0-20
• Comparing amounts
• Grouping items
• Sorting items
• Problem solving with peers
• Community involvement
• Respect for others
• Taking care of the environment

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our Pre-K classrooms experience the opportunity to learn academic principles as well as life skills that are designed help your child have a smooth transition from childcare to Kindergarten. We use a theme-based curriculum that runs parallel to the curriculum used in the public schools.
Houghton Mifflin is aligned with key Pre-K learning goals and current state standards and it provides children with the foundational skills they need to succeed as lifelong learners.
Some of these goals include:

• Recognizing and forming all letters of the alphabet
• Being able to spell one’s name
• Reading comprehension skills
• Listening comprehension skills
• Naming beginning sounds
• Identifying numbers 0-20
• Comparing amounts
• Grouping items
• Sorting items
• Problem solving with peers
• Community involvement
• Respect for others
• Taking care of the environment

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

• Rhema Child Development Center provides transportation to and from surrounding schools during the school year, as well as Before and After Care. Children are given the opportunity to work on homework, create art projects, play outside, and much more.

• We hold “Character Building” classes. We have behavior professionals coming in every week to do activities with each class to help them learn how to deal with everyday situations and conflicts.

• We also provide an “Extreme Summer” day camp that has all the kids hyped up! We schedule two field trips every day and go everywhere from the Woolaroc Museum to Incredible Pizza. Here on campus we’ll hold our own Olympic Games and the children will dazzle us during our Rhema Kids Talent Show.

• The majority of our Summer Camp teachers are education students who are excited about the opportunity to put to use the lessons and techniques that they have been taught in school. Our teachers are also active members of their churches and appreciate the chance to do devotions and worship with the kids every day.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Pick-up and Drop-off

We currently pick-up and drop-off from the following elementary schools:

Arrowhead
Country Lane
Creekwood Pre-K
Creekwood
Liberty
Rhoades

Programs



Our Lambs and Pandas classrooms focus on:

• Building a bond between your child and your child’s caregiver
• Celebrating their first-year milestones as they grow and develop
• Teaching infants by exposing them to books
• Singing to them
• Playing with them
• Listening to them

In addition to these things, our babies enjoy:

• Their own unique feeding schedule, designed by the parents
• Being held and rocked
• Tummy time
• Stroller and buggy rides
• Playing in bouncers and swings

We strive to provide a nursery environment that nurtures and stimulates your child’s exploration and growth.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Our classroom is created with mobile infants in mind. This room is designed to safely encourage your child to explore, play, and walk.

They will have opportunities to:

• Play with basic household toys
• Explore toys such as nesting blocks and links to help develop their fine motor skills
• Play first year instruments that introduce them to rhythm
• Develop large motor skills as they ride, push, and climb toys
• Take scheduled naps so they are rested

You can always expect to see a nurturing teacher on the floor, interacting with the children when you enter our classroom.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!


In the Bunnies and Kangaroos, children are on their feet and on the go! At 18 months, we believe that structured learning is important for children development, so we incorporate a themed curriculum into the schedule. Each week, parents will receive a letter informing you of the weekly theme, Bible story, letter, color, number, and shape of the week.

Our Play Time helps to cultivate various skills such as:

• Relating objects to words
• Hand-eye coordination
• Large and fine muscle skills
• Development of self-confidence
• Learning rhythm
• Fostering creativity

They also participate in daily outside time (or indoor playpad, depending on the weather) in the morning and afternoon to burn off energy and develop large motor skills. Our teachers help to stimulate a child’s ever growing imagination by talking to, singing with, and engaging in playtime with each child individually.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our classrooms are full of energy and fun. Curriculum in these classes is designed to encourage curiosity and exploration by introducing topics through daily “Circle Time”. Circle Time includes a review of the weekly letter, color, number, and shape of the week, a story, and a hands-on activity that reinforces the weekly curriculum theme.
However, Circle Time isn’t the only tool we use for learning. As they play in the classroom, they will learn:

• Problem solving
• Designing and constructing ideas
• Role playing
• Communication skills
• Respect and care for books
• Develop hand-eye coordination
• Various types of music and rhythm

Potty Training is another big step in our two year old classrooms. Our teachers work hard with the children and their parents to develop the right potty training system for your child.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Our three year old program consists of three classrooms. In depth curriculum is integrated into each week. For example, during Thanksgiving week, children not only read stories about Native Americans and pilgrims, but they experience it. During circle time, children pick Native American names, art is spent creating cornucopias stuffed with “thankfulness”, and they get to go inside a teepee and so on. Our teachers not only go over the curriculum during circle time, but they catch children in their “teachable moments” during play time.

Among real life application, children in these classrooms learn:

• vowel and consonant sounds and recognition
• storytelling and the dictation of stories
• comparison of sizes and shapes
• experimentation with texture and colors

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our Pre-K classrooms experience the opportunity to learn academic principles as well as life skills that are designed help your child have a smooth transition from childcare to Kindergarten. We use a theme-based curriculum that runs parallel to the curriculum used in the public schools.
Houghton Mifflin is aligned with key Pre-K learning goals and current state standards and it provides children with the foundational skills they need to succeed as lifelong learners.
Some of these goals include:

• Recognizing and forming all letters of the alphabet
• Being able to spell one’s name
• Reading comprehension skills
• Listening comprehension skills
• Naming beginning sounds
• Identifying numbers 0-20
• Comparing amounts
• Grouping items
• Sorting items
• Problem solving with peers
• Community involvement
• Respect for others
• Taking care of the environment

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Children in our Pre-K classrooms experience the opportunity to learn academic principles as well as life skills that are designed help your child have a smooth transition from childcare to Kindergarten. We use a theme-based curriculum that runs parallel to the curriculum used in the public schools.
Houghton Mifflin is aligned with key Pre-K learning goals and current state standards and it provides children with the foundational skills they need to succeed as lifelong learners.
Some of these goals include:

• Recognizing and forming all letters of the alphabet
• Being able to spell one’s name
• Reading comprehension skills
• Listening comprehension skills
• Naming beginning sounds
• Identifying numbers 0-20
• Comparing amounts
• Grouping items
• Sorting items
• Problem solving with peers
• Community involvement
• Respect for others
• Taking care of the environment

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

• Rhema Child Development Center provides transportation to and from surrounding schools during the school year, as well as Before and After Care. Children are given the opportunity to work on homework, create art projects, play outside, and much more.

• We hold “Character Building” classes. We have behavior professionals coming in every week to do activities with each class to help them learn how to deal with everyday situations and conflicts.

• We also provide an “Extreme Summer” day camp that has all the kids hyped up! We schedule two field trips every day and go everywhere from the Woolaroc Museum to Incredible Pizza. Here on campus we’ll hold our own Olympic Games and the children will dazzle us during our Rhema Kids Talent Show.

• The majority of our Summer Camp teachers are education students who are excited about the opportunity to put to use the lessons and techniques that they have been taught in school. Our teachers are also active members of their churches and appreciate the chance to do devotions and worship with the kids every day.

Room Video Tour Coming Soon!

Pick-up and Drop-off

We currently pick-up and drop-off from the following elementary schools:

Arrowhead
Country Lame
Creekwood Pre-K
Creekwood
Liberty
Rhoades