Crown of Life Preschool
We are thankful that you are considering Crown of Life Preschool for your child's early education program. Please review the information contained herein, and then schedule a visit to tour our facility and obtain answers to any questions you may have.
Mission and Philosophy
Crown of Life Lutheran Preschool joyfully exists to provide young children the opportunity to grow in their knowledge of and love for Jesus in a relaxed, loving, and nurturing Christian environment. We partner with parents in the common goal of cultivating the physical growth and development of young children spiritually, cognitively, emotionally, creatively, and socially.
Our preschool and junior kindergarten programs are fully licensed by the State of Michigan. The Pre 3 and 4 programs meet in a spacious, open-concept classroom that offers maximum flexibility and mobility for the active child. The Junior Kindergarten program meets in a separate space that introduces children to the kindergarten classroom experience. All classes participate in monthly field trips, community service projects and occasional Sunday worship services.
Our maximum student to teacher ratio is 8 to 1 for all classes offered.
Pre 3 – meets Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
Provides a structured first learning experience where children learn to become more self-reliant and to cooperate with others in exploratory play using classroom centers. Must be 3 by September 1 and toilet trained.
Pre 4 – meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
Provides a kindergarten readiness program that offers an engaging curriculum which propels classroom communication in print and verbal skills and promotes artistic freedom. Students participate in STEAM activities that explore their surroundings. Must be 4 by September 1 and toilet trained.
Junior Kindergarten – meets Monday through Friday, 9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
Provides a stepping-stone program smoothing the transition from preschool to kindergarten, designed for children not yet ready and/or eligible for a full day kindergarten. Students engage in kindergarten level learning experiences in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and the arts in a relaxed environment. Must be 5 by October 1.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-652-7720 for a personal tour of our state of the art facility.
Come grow with us!
2018 Summer mini camps
Register now for our summer Fine Arts Mini Camps!
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Mini Camps are open to children aged 3-6. Children going into Kindergarten in the 2018/19 school year are welcome. Children must be toilet trained. No exceptions. Parents may drop off at 8:45 AM for a 9:00 AM start. Camps end at 11:45 AM. and children must be picked up promptly.
Parents may select individual camps (a la cart) or sign up for the Crown Campers Program (3 camps). Individual Camps are $35 per day. Those families signing up for all three camps receive a $15 discount ($90 for 3 camps). Sorry - we cannot offer refunds for cancellations after June 1, 2018.
Please bring a water bottle and snack and have your child wear loose fitting clothing.
June 13 - Drama Kids Adventure Land
It's curtains up for Drama Kids! Now is your chance to introduce your preschooler to acting and creative expression through fun drama and craft activities designed to build confidence and social skills. In our Adventure Land mini-camp, your child will participate in mini-improvisations, dance dramas, speech, energetic theater games and more! Whether aiming to be a future Broadway Star or just wanting to boost self-esteem, drama develops kids and your child will get a taste of that through our Adventure Land mini-camp.
June 20 - Dance, Wiggle, and Jump
This camp is perfect for your energetic preschooler who loves to dance, jump and leap around your living room. Bring them to camp where they will dance around to silly songs and increase strength, balance and gross motor skills. Children will use props to encourage creativity, learn how to follow instructions and improve rhythm. This class will also introduce tumbling with a fun obstacle course. Parents are invited to come in at the end of camp and see what the children learned. This camp will include a small craft and lots of moving!
June 27 - Do Re Mi Music
Music is a language and preschoolers are natural music makers. Most are very eager to express themselves musically. In this camp, your child's inborn musical curiosity will be awakened by an introduction to some basic fundamentals of music, like tempo, rhythm, and solfege - all in a fun and engaging environment! Here, we will sing, dance, wiggle and even learn to play a percussion instrument!