I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.
3 John 1:4
The Lamb room is our first opportunity to teach children that Christ loves them and that they are made for a purpose. We assist children with building a foundation of a classroom family while learning social skills they will use throughout their lives. When children are in a safe and loving environment, built around strong healthy relationships, their learning will flourish. Our classroom is designed to allow children room to explore and build on their gross motor and fine motor skills. The biggest lesson we teach children in our Lamb room is that they are never too little or too small to do BIG things for the Kingdom of God.
Each child enrolled in our Lamb Room will be learning many new skills to help guide them along their education pathway. In the Lamb Room children learn about cause and effect, speaking simple words, how to follow simple sequencing steps, matching objects with a name, and many more developmental milestones. We want to ensure that we know exactly where your child is in their development and we do this by formally assessing them at least twice a year. The tool we use for communication and gross motor assessment is the Georgia Early Learning Development Standards (GELDS) and for fine motor, problem-solving, personal social, and overall physical/health our teaching professionals rely on a tool called Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ). When we combine these two assessments, we receive a highly reliable and valid look at your child’s development.