Meeting the Needs of Families One Child at a Time
Programs & Activities
Little Lamb offers a developmentally appropriate program, featuring a combination of structured team-teaching and child-centered activities. Our main goal is to provide a sound foundation for future learning through a variety of worthwhile experiences. We seek to accomplish this from a Christian perspective through a loving and caring staff. Our program is designed to help children develop motor skills, eye/hand coordination, language and listening skills, self-awareness, self-control, and group awareness and appreciation.

Flexible Schedules:

  Full Year (12 Months)
  School Year (September - June)
  Summer (June - August) 
  Two-Day, Three-Day, or Five-Day Programs
  Flexible Days and Hours Also Available
  We accept outside students during school vacation weeks 


Base Program - 9:00 AM - 12:45 PM (Preschool Only) - Offers the children a
daily routine and an opportunity to make friends. Morning activities normally include
a supervised craft and play time, circle time (singing, prayer, and introduction of the weekly topic), and a run-and-play time outdoors or in the school gymnasium.

Extended Program - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM - Provides children the opportunity of
staying for a rest time, an afternoon snack and a short activity or game.

After Care Program - 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Helps families who need a longer
school day. We offer a cooperative game time outdoors or in our gym as well as creative art or a story time.

Day Care Program - 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM - We are open eleven hours daily to assist the families in which both parents are working.


Art - A time for children to be creative and use the art materials as their creative minds see fit.

Bible Stories - We teach God's love by letting children know that God loves us no matter what. He is real and is our best friend. We simplify the Bible by acting out stories such as Noah's Ark.

Cooking -  We cook pumpkin, squash, corn, apples and so much more throughout the year.

Motor Skills - We have many tools to teach small and gross motor skills including puzzles, pegs, tinker toys, bikes, scooters, and hula hoops.

Music- Each classroom incorporates music and songs daily as part of the curriculum, along with having a monthly visit from "The Music Lady."

Projects - All special projects will follow the theme of the week.

Science - The children begin to understand the world around them through weekly themes like Hibernation, Our Bodies, the Solar System and Recycling. Sensory play is an important part of our curriculum.