- How to read
- Number recognition
- Classical music appreciation
- Simple art
- Non-denominational Bible stories
- A love of singing. (Group singing is something children truly love.)
- Respect for adults: “Obey your parents the first time.”
- How to get along with other children
- Respect for others and their property
- General music literacy
- Individual play and activity time
We have four supervised play times. We open at 7:00 in the morning and close at 5:30pm
This website hosts day cares, pre-schools, and day schools that use the curriculum that was initially developed by Rev. Nick Kozel for his Good Shepherd School & Day Care, which is located in Harrisonburg, Virginia. This curriculum is now being used by day care programs all across the United States.
When you enroll your child in a day care or pre-school that uses the DEMI curriculum, you can be confident that you are providing a head start for your child. Your child will receive a full educational program for the price of babysitting. Here’s why.
The DEMI curriculum is a phonics-intensive program that teaches young children how to read. Children as young as thirty months begin learning the phonics alphabet twice a day. By the time DEMI-curriculum-trained children have spent two and a half years (30 months to age six) in a day care that uses the DEMI curriculum, many are reading at a second-grade level. This is not always true, but it is true in a large number of cases. Some children read above a second-grade level.
The DEMI curriculum also introduces number-recognition, classical music, and eye-hand coordination in coloring.
These are DEMI’s academic subjects. Students also learn good behavior habits. A child who has been trained using the DEMI curriculum is taught daily to do the following:
If this is what you want for your child, you should enroll your child in a program that uses the DEMI curriculum.