The entrance to LLL Preschool is on the Shawsheen Road side of West Parish Church.
LLL Preschool on a beautiful spring day.
A brand new play structure jeep for the children to have fun on.
A brand new wooden house for the children to play in on the playground.
A brand new boat play structure for the children to play on the playground in.
Our playground for LLL Preschool provides lots of space for gross motor development.
Play time at the beautiful Children's Garden.
Watering the plants on the playground.
The bulbs we planted are growing...did you guess the color they would bloom into?
Spending some time at the Children's Garden.
Spending time with our nature specialist from Nature's Pace.
Doing a story walk in the Children's Garden of Leaf Man.
Play time in our classrooms.
Playing with play dough is great for fine motor skills.
Play time in the classroom.
Children playing with many of our fun toys which help develop fine motor skills.
Building and planning with our blocks to create cities and roadways.
Sensory play with sand.
Balancing and counting while making our own version of an apple tree.
Playing and building together in the block center.
Balancing...how many can you put before it falls down...
Playing together with gears in the classroom.
Putting on a puppet show is always fun.
I spy with my little eye...what do you see?
Science experiment with food coloring and shaving cream...looks like beautiful clouds.
Working on our science experiment with shaving cream and food coloring dropped in.
And our science experiment turns into an art project!
Building together with a friend in the classroom.
Playtime with a friend in the classroom.
What will you have the face look like?
Science time-check out all of our cool stuff through the magnifying glass.
Painting is always more fun with a friend.
A beautiful Valentine's Day painting.
Quiet time spent reading a book.
Marble painting onto the letter M in our Bridge to Learning extended day program.
We love to get messy in preschool.
Beautiful art projects.
Making an owl at the art table.
Finger painting is a favorite for the children.
Math skills are developed with magnetic pattern shapes.