The Hancock Community Preschool is Sponsored
Paulís Roman Catholic Church &
The Hancock Community Education Foundation
Monday & Wednesday
8:30 am -
Tuesday & Thursday
8:30 am -
Please call us for information on:
Sliding fee scales
The Preschool will seek to develop in each
the skills and attitudes needed to ensure successful progress, as
he/she enters into the
exciting adventure of
Young children learn best through play.
gives teachers the responsibility for arranging the classroom so that
matter what the child chooses to play with, learning will occur. Using
bodies climbing, jumping and running will develop the gross motor
reading, writing and social studies are all learned through hands on
appropriate to the childís age. Teachers and parents working together
encourage the development of independence, creativity and the desire to
learn more. It is a process that is important in early childhood
Call us today at 637-3416.
Enroll your 3, 4, or 5 year old child if he/she is
He/She lives in any of our neighboring communities.
Do not let your preschooler miss out on a wonderful
For your convenience your preschooler can start preschool
any given month after the age of three and when he/she becomes toilet
even if sessions have already begun.
What do we do in Preschool?
Is a group gathering during which we share ideas, plans,
and observations. Circle activities are designed to stimulate
thinking, enrich their social skills, and expand their attention spans.
Gross Motor Activities
Give children the opportunity to use their muscles as well
as their imagination as they engage in fun and healthy exercises, such
running, jumping, and climbing.
Promote youngsters listening skills, creative expression,
and social skills. In music children can explore sound, volume, tempo
Is designed to help youngsters develop an appreciation and
enjoyment of literature. Reading activities enhance childrenís
comprehension skills, and also expand their knowledge base.
Help improve small-muscle development and eye coordination.
Some common items found in the fine motor/manipulative includes
and laces, pegboards, crayons and scissors.
Help children express themselves, practice life skills,
improve social skills, increase self esteem, build vocabulary and solve
as well. Dramatic play is just plain fun.
Sand and Water Activities
Allow youngsters to experiment with textures and the
properties of different substances. These activities also promote the
development of other skills, such as math, science, and language.
Help youngsters creatively express their thoughts and
feelings. They help reinforce fine-motor skills and concept development
such as colors, shapes, and size relationships.
Offer children many hands on opportunities for observation,
exploration, investigation, making predictions, and experimentation.
Gives children experience with many different concepts,
such as shape and size, discrimination, spatial relationships, number
balance, organization, cause and effect, and classification.
skills, problem solving and creativity are also promoted in block play.
Tuition Sponsorship Available
Sliding fee Scale Available
Everyone can afford it!