The Three’s

Your three year old is learning at a pace faster than ever before. They are becoming more and more curious of the world around them and finding new ways to communicate and learn.

We know how important this precious time is in your child’s life and we feel so blessed that our parent’s have given us the opportunity to share it with their children.

While your three year old is starting to be more self reliant and growing their knowledge of the world around them, they can often times feel unsure about how to properly express their feelings or describe what they need.

The PCPS Staff understands that your 3 year old needs patience and positive reinforcement to the necessary social skills that will help them stay healthy and happy.

In addition to social development, we also focus on several areas of cognitive development, based on a biblical world view.

3’s Curriculum

The three’s classroom uses the Christian based, Essentials Curriculum. Teachers use the thematic based curriculum, along with other supplemental material, to enhance the learning environment for each child.

Developmentally appropriate activities are intentionally planned in order to nurture each child’s growth mentally, physically, and spiritually.

It is our belief that each child is uniquely and wonderfully made, and because of this, we are committed to touching lives and teaching truth to the little ones that the Lord places in our care.


• Weekly Bible Story Themes
• Daily Bible Verses
• Learning Key Biblical Figures

Motor Development

• Cutting, Tracing, and Folding
• Proper pencil positioning

Numeracy / Mathematics

• Learning to understand less or more
• Identifying if items are bigger and smaller
• Simple sorting


• Begin to expose children to alphabet, colors, shapes and numbers
• Help to build and understand vocabulary

Social – Emotional Skills

• Encouraging sharing and taking turns
• Learning to sit quietly for short periods of time
• Follow one step directions
• Learning to put things away in appropriate places
• Learning to stand on marked line
• Learning to use walking feet


• Teacher-guided ways for problem solving
• Teacher guided observation of the natural world