Children start learning basic life skills and chores on their own. They learn to wash their hands before eating, sharing, and wearing their coat without help.
Special theme areas vary from week to week and include such topics as animals, shapes, multi-cultural activities, and Bible stories. Religion, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math, Music, Art, Physical Education, and Health will be taught through a variety of teaching methods, media, and "hands on" learning.
Mrs. Peak has been employed at King of Kings since the fall of 2005. Prior to working at King of Kings, Mrs. Peak was a PE teacher for a private school in Auburn, working with children PRE-K through 5th grade.
Miss S is working with the PRE-II program and was born in Hawaii but decided to move to a less warm and sticky environment. Miss S has a Bachelor of Arts in English and four years’ experience as a preschool teacher as well as 10 years of childcare and 8 years of nanny experience.
Mrs. Da Costa was previously employed at King of Kings from 2000-2006 and returned in the fall of 2015. She has worked mainly with four-year-olds. Mrs. Da Costa is married and the mother of two grown children.
Mrs. Chan has been employed at King of Kings since the fall of 2008. Prior to working at King of Kings, Mrs. Chan worked with the Head Start program in Seattle. She was born and raised in Hong Kong and is fluent in Cantonese and has experience with Mandarin language. Mrs. Chan is married and has a daughter.