Epler's Church, United Church of Christ
1151 West Leesport Road
Leesport, PA 19533
Our program provides age appropriate social development including skills in listening, cooperation, problem solving, and sharing. We provide readiness skills in reading, writing, and math using hands-on learning activities. A typical class consists of music and motion, art, free play and circle and story time.
Our playground area includes equipment specifically designed for preschoolers and open areas suitable for gross motor activities such as running and playing ball. There are fall and spring field trips. Our staff provides a nurturing and comfortable classroom environment for our "lambs". LLNS offers a two or three day program with morning or afternoon sessions.
Little Lamb Nursery School is now accepting new (and returning) applicants for the 2018/2019 school year beginning in February. Only afternoon spaces currently available. Children need to be three years old by September 1, 2018. LLNS offers a two or a three day early education program. If you or anyone you know is looking for a high quality, nurturing preschool environment for 3, 4, or 5 year olds please contact the Epler’s Church office (610)926.1006 and leave a message. Our program includes social interaction, math, reading and writing readiness skills, music and movement, age appropriate art activities, story time, and free playtime. We would love to have your preschooler as one of our “flock”.
Meeting dates for the Little Lamb Board members are as follows: September 11, November 13, January 8, 2019, March 12, May 14, July 9. The board welcomes all church members to attend our meetings. Meeting times are at 6:30 pm.
Little Lamb Nursery School is a developmentally appropriate preschool for children 3-5 years old located in Bern Township north of the Reading airport.
Our successful multi-age program was established in 1987. Our small-sized classes in a family-like setting allow our younger children to interact and learn from their older classmates while our older children become positive role models.