Music Matters

Music Matters

Music and preschoolers go together like goldfish and apple juice, or Cheerios and milk, or teddy bears and bedtime stories. Music and preschoolers just fit! Why? Because preschoolers LOVE music. They love to sing, dance and move around. They love to jump and shout, and wiggle and whisper, all to the beat (or not to the beat) of a fun song. The Orange First Look team knows just how important music is to the overall win of a preschool environment. We know that not only is it important that the... Read More
Consistent Small Group Leaders

Consistent Small Group Leaders

Have you ever asked the question, “Is it really that important to have the same Small Group Leader for preschoolers?” The answer is: ABSOLUTELY! Your preschoolers need consistency and stability. They need to see a familiar face each time they arrive on Sunday mornings. If you have a different person meet with your preschoolers from week to week, it’s less likely that those kids will feel completely comfortable in your preschool environment. They should connect with someone... Read More
Time is Fleeting

Time is Fleeting

The leaves are changing and fall is in full swing. I love this time of year! It’s amazing to see the color of the leaves change right before our eyes. You know our children change like that too? They’re changing, growing, developing every day—right in front of us. Think about how much change happens to a baby within just the first few months of her life. And within a year, most children begin walking, then a few months later, they’re running! Mom and dad can barely keep up... Read More
Worship Time!

Worship Time!

First Look Friend, Cass Brannan, sent us a video of his worship the other day. Well actually, he tweeted it so his preschool parents could see it, and I asked for it. Why did I ask for it? Because I wanted to show all my other First Look Friends and tell you why I LOVE this video. WorshipTime This is GREAT preschool worship leading! Cass has on a microphone. There is no way the kids aren’t going to hear him. The FULL MIX is playing. That’s right—the FULL mix. Cass isn’t trying to sing along to... Read More
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