Welcome to Tomorrow’s Promise Preschool at Montgomery United Methodist Church in Montgomery, Texas.
When you walk into Tomorrow’s Promise Preschool you will find a center filled with lots of smiles, laughter, and fun and teacher’s and children who enjoy being at the school. Our curriculum is based on the WHOLE child. We provide activities that develop the physical side of your child by including activities that build their large and small muscles. We provide activities that encourage cognitive development, social skills, emotional development, and spiritual development. Each classroom will be set-up based on the developmental needs of each child in that classroom. Each classroom will have a low teacher to student ratio. We believe that this is very important for the whole development of your child. Your child will have lots of individual attention.
- Art Center where children develop eye hand coordination skills, encourage their creativity and imagination skills, strengthen their scissor cutting skills, work on pre-writing skills, and build their self-confidence as they learn to control their materials.
- Dramatic Play Center (Home Area) where children will build their vocabulary skills by interacting and sharing with others, they learn how to cooperate with other children, are able to role play different people and situations that they see in their worlds, and develops a rich imagination that will stimulate brain development.
- Block Center where children learn shapes, matching skills, counting skills, start to see patterns and how they apply to real life, start to learn math vocabulary such as big, small, narrow, same, different, equal, heavy, and light, and have to learn how to listen and work with others.
- Manipulative Center or Table Tops is where children learn to sort in categories by color or shape, they build their pincer grip which is necessary for writing skills, develop a longer attention span, learn to focus and complete tasks, and following directions.
- Science Center helps children understand their senses, learn to ask questions and begin to see how God’s world works, they experience cause and effect, learn science vocabulary, and begin to discover that sometimes there is no right or wrong answer to a question.
- Library Center or Book Center is where children begin to increase their attention span, build their comprehension skills, recognize that print means something, letter recognition, develop listening skills, and a love of books.
"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when
he his old, he will not depart from it." -Proverbs 22:6