We also feed our students two nutritious meals per day because healthy bodies lead to healthy minds. Jesus is passionate about the children. He loves them and so do we. Come join us. You will be glad you did.
Every day Feed My Lambs has the honor and privilege to be invited into the space called childhood for many children who might otherwise be lonely, sad, hungry or in danger. Our classrooms offer safe havens of comfort and enrichment to these students. Our staff of qualified preschool teachers offer training that meets the children where they are, as many of our students are below expected levels for their age. They need a safe place to experience success and develop a love of learning and classroom structures. Feed My Lambs always gives that. There is no pressure to perform and no impression of failure at any time.
Early childhood development is well understood in our time and we believe children must be able to develop as God intended. They cannot walk before they crawl. They cannot write before they develop their large muscles at an easel. There is a natural order to how they properly develop to be ready for desk work in Kindergarten. Nurturing this process is very important at Feed My Lambs. Our curriculum, Wee Learn, is a whole language, learning center approach to teaching children through active learning and involving as many sensory experiences as possible. Our units are thematic in nature and we create this world for the children to immerse themselves in so they fully engage in the subject being studied. They get to experience what they learn.
Preschool versions of Bible verses are memorized by our students. They learn the Armor of God and how to pray. We teach the Fruit of the Spirit. While most adults can teach ABCs and 123s, Feed My Lambs believes our most important mandate is to teach our students about the Lord. Combining all the areas God put in humans…mental, social, emotional, physical and SPIRITUAL. Children are naturally drawn to the Lord. It touches the heart to see them automatically pray over someone who is sick. “A little child shall lead them….” Isaiah 11:6