2021 Education Magazine

A preschool that is exciting, educational and engaging
By Lincoln Christian Preschool

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[February 20, 2021]  Kids at Lincoln Christian Preschool get so excited about the things that happen in their school day!

Here are some things they say about school:

I like playing with Legos and ice skating!

I like that Mrs. Janet tells us things!

I like to wear PJs on party days!

I love my friends and my teachers!

I like to build houses and stuff like that!

I like the gym and the hula hoops!

One of the great opportunities LCP kids have is engaging in STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics - experiences. Each week LCP Director/Teacher Mrs. Janet McFadden has new projects for kids to try out to develop those skills.


Experiences like the ones pictured help kids build abilities to stretch their minds and strengthen their skills, building a solid foundation for kindergarten and beyond.

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An extra bonus at LCP is that kids also have the opportunity to hear Bible stories from Mrs. Janet McFadden, who is a gifted storyteller. Knowing basic Bible stories has been identified by the Barna Group as a lacking component by educators of high school students. Kids at LCP have the opportunity to learn these important stories early in their academic career, further preparing them for future success.

Every day is a new adventure, as kids learn, play and practice skills preparing them for kindergarten.

And the families are just as important to LCP. Heres what parents have to say about their experiences at LCP.

LCP actively engages and prepares your child by combining learning and development in a creative, caring environment. We have loved our years here!

- Amanda Kitterman

Three of my children have been through LCP. The knowledge my children have gained through their program has set them up for success entering kindergarten. The relationships built between the staff, students, and families are irreplaceable and although we want our children to grow and move on, Im sad to say goodbye to LCP as my kids graduate.

- Chelsea Johnson



LCP puts the children first! They provide a clean and loving atmosphere that I feel totally comfortable sending my children to.

- Kayla Finley

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