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We are excited to have your incoming Kindergartener join us in the Elementary classrooms beginning Sunday, June 5th! We know it’ll be the start of what might be a busy week and want to help your child transition go well.  Over the next few days we’ll publish four posts to help you guide your child as he or she begins this new phase. We’ll be answering questions your child might have about classrooms, lessons, and teachers. We’ll also include plenty of photos for you to show your child.


One of the fun things about transitioning to the Elementary Classrooms is that all of our rooms are downstairs, which means more opportunities to use the big red slide.  Downstairs we have two hallways, one for Kindergarten-2nd Grade, and one for 3rd-5th grade.

At 8:00 and 11:00 we have one Kindergarten classroom, which is the first room on the right.  At 9:30 students will be divided into two groups, A and B, just like they are in Preschool.  The rooms are right next to each other, so just look at your child’s name tag and the sign by the door so you know where to go.

What do we love about our Elementary Classrooms? Each classroom is equipped with Legos, blocks, books, games, paper, crayons, and more! Each classroom also has a TV because sometimes during the school year we show videos for part of the lesson.  Be sure to show the photos below to your Kindergartener before Sunday morning!

Kindergarten A classroom (used at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00)

Kindergarten A classroom (used at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00)



Kindergarten B classroom (used at 9:30)


The restrooms are the end of the hallway. Kids just need to ask a volunteer to walk them down.


We have water fountains outside the restrooms. The one on the right is magical…you don’t have to press a button for the water to come out!

Kindergarten A toy shelves

We have plenty of toys for kids to play with, and books to read!



Volunteers love playing games with kids


This kitchen will be a summer favorite in our A room!



Kids love to draw/color during free-play



Learning about worship



Both Kindergarten rooms have blocks to play with during free-play


Twister is always a hit


See you soon!

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