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"I Love Centerville Baptist Preschool. We sent our oldest son there for 2's, 3's, & 4's. It was an amazing experience. When our
youngest was old enough for the 2 year old program, we enrolled him too. Again, having a fantastic experience. They also help
with potty training. Bless their hearts because I am having a hard time with it! Highly recommend this preschool. And the best
part, its God centered."     
    Christina Z.
  • Distinguish “me” from others
  • Building relationships with peers
  • Developing social play
  • Expressing empathy
  • Imitating and pretending
  • Moving parts of the body
(C) Centerville Baptist PreSchool         908 Centerville Turnpike, South          Chesapeake, Virginia 23322
757.482.4466
  • Enjoy stories, rhymes and songs
  • Participate in give-and-take communications
  • Noticing differences and similarities
  • Explore numbers; one-to-one correspondence
  • Awareness of time
                                    Two year old class meets
Monday, Wednesday and Friday      OR      Tuesdays and Thursdays     
  • 9:00 a.m. until noon
  • Potty Training is a parent/teacher partnership with classroom
    reinforcement
  • Pull-ups allowed
  • Parents supply all daily supplies, i.e., diapers, pull-ups, wipes, change of
    clothing
Concepts of social skills will be reinforced through daily use and exposure. Language is
fostered through poetry, stories and songs; fine motor skills through play dough, puzzles
and blocks; gross motor skills through marching,running, jumping and hopping.
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Very young children get assistance from the teachers while learning to use oral language to
resolve issues arising from group interactions.  Learning to use words instead of using their
hands to get what they want or need is a hard concept for this age.  
  • Communicating verbally
  • Explore picture books
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