Play and Prep Preschool has not only met but far exceeded our expectations for a preschool. They have helped our daughter flourish and they have …
The teachers and staff are nothing short of amazing. They provide a nurturing and comfortable environment for children to learn and excel at school. They …
Play and Prep Preschool has changed our daughter’s life for the better in so many ways. She attended the 2’s, 3’s, and the PreK class …
In addition to our daily curriculum we offer many enrichment opportunities.
Extend your day at Play and Prep with these before and after care options.
Our classes have low student/teacher ratios. Each class has a lead teacher and an assistant teacher.
Play and Prep Preschool is a non-profit, non-denominational school operated by Solon United Methodist Church. Since opening in the fall of 2012, we have offered a safe and nurturing educational environment for children, 3-5 years of age.
At Play and Prep Preschool, children are seen as whole developing beings. All areas of development: social/emotional, cognitive, and physical, are of equal concern. We seek to help children understand and meet their own needs, while being aware of the needs of others and of the group itself.
Play and Prep Preschool offers 3-5 year old children a happy and purposeful group experience. In doing so, we act in partnership with the families in nurturing each child’s development outside the home. While our school is owned, housed and operated by Solon United Methodist Church, it welcomes families of all racial, religious and economic backgrounds.
Our teachers design their programs using Ohio Department of Education Standards, with the knowledge that children learn most and best from taking an active role in the process. Thus, much of what is provided allows the child to manipulate, discover, experience and create. The teachers serve to guide this process by planning an environment that addresses the varied developmental levels of each child in the class, and by being a source of support and information. Through observation and assessment our teachers provide feedback to parents about all aspects of their child’s development.
We realize that parents entrust their children to us at a very early age. In response to this trust, staff members endeavor to create a supportive atmosphere respectful of children’s feelings, needs and concerns. We encourage understanding of the balance between the rights and responsibilities of each member of a group. We respect the integrity of each family with its own patterns and preferences. Our hope for the children is that they will grow to be happy, relaxed, self-confident people who are eager to learn.