Preschool for 3-Year-Olds, Renton, WA
What Does it Take For 3-Year-Olds to Thrive in Preschool?
Three-year-olds love to explore their world; preschool is often their first structured learning environment. Children learn best through hands-on activities that involve their senses, direct experience, and trial-and-error. At King of Kings Preschool in Renton, Washington, learning happens while your child plays, develops friendships, and tries new things. Problem-solving, decision-making, and free choices are just a few of the essential components of early education children experience in our preschool classes. We provide a joyful, loving environment where your child can build a spiritual frame of reference for living.
Our Pre-I preschool classes are designed to prepare your 3-year-old for the next step in their preschool education Pre-2 and Pre-K preschool for 4-year-olds.
Preschool (Pre-1) Class Options
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM
$1,620.00 per year
Pay $180 per month Sept – May; use our app or by check
- Age three by August 31 (some children who turn three by October 31 will be considered)
- Potty trained
- One teacher for 8 or fewer children
- One teacher and one assistant for 9 to 16 children
- Maximum class size is 16 children
Your child will be introduced to the following during the school year (September – late May / early June).
Number Recognition and Math
Lessons teach and explore basic shapes, colors, counting, sorting, and patterning using a variety of manipulatives. This may include puzzles, blocks, play dough, paper, paint, and more.
Reading and Writing
Lessons teach letter recognition and their beginning sounds. Your child will be introduced to the proper use of writing and art tools through various activities and exploration. Your child will learn to recognize and write their name.
Fun monthly music lessons designed for three-year-olds. Your preschooler will have fun singing, listening to music, using instruments, learning alphabet songs, expressing music through movement, and participating in musical storytelling all while learning about tempo (slow, fast, and in between), rhythm, beat, and following directions. Your child’s music lessons also develop their motor skills.
Hands-on exploration and experimentation.
Social and Emotional Skills
Listening, following directions, sharing, caring, making independent choices, and learning control over feelings are all skills worked on and developed during class.
An introduction to Jesus, the Bible, Christian values, prayer, songs, and Bible stories.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do you accept children who do not speak English well or at all?
A. Yes. English is not required. Many of our students learn English as their second or third language. All teachers at King of Kings have experience with students learning English.
Q. My 3-year-old is toilet trained but has accidents occasionally; can they enroll?
A. Yes. Please pack a change of clothes in their backpack.
Q. Can I stay with my child during the school day?
A. Visits by parents and siblings are limited and must be arranged in advance with their teacher. This helps your child to stay engaged during school and learn independence.
Q. Do you offer all-day preschool classes?
A. No, all of our preschool classes are half-day (two and a half hours).
Q. Do you offer vegetarian snacks?
A. Yes. Vegetarian snacks are always available. Please talk with us if your student has other dietary needs.