Welcome to the Pre-K Program at Grace Lutheran School of Conroe! Our program is designed for children between the ages of 4 and 5 years old, providing a stimulating and supportive environment for young learners to grow, learn, and prepare for their academic journey ahead.

At Grace Lutheran School, we are proud to use the Abeka Curriculum, which is a comprehensive and proven educational program that emphasizes the development of strong academic skills, character-building, and a love for learning. Our experienced teachers are trained to deliver this curriculum effectively, providing engaging and challenging activities that meet the individual needs of each child.

At Grace Lutheran School, we are committed to helping each child reach their full potential, academically, socially, and emotionally. We look forward to working with you and your child as they embark on this exciting learning journey in our Pre-K Program.


Our Pre-K Program focuses on preparing children for academic success by introducing them to foundational skills such as reading, writing, and mathematics, as well as developing their social and emotional skills through play-based learning, music, art, and physical activities.

We understand that children learn best when they feel safe, supported, and valued, and we strive to create a warm and nurturing environment where every child can thrive. Our low teacher-to-child ratio ensures that each child receives individualized attention and care, while our strong partnership with parents encourages open communication and collaboration.

Grace Lutheran School of Conroe’s Pre-K


Pre-Kindergarten children continue learning using the Abeka Curriculum. Abeka’s preschool curriculum is a Christian curriculum that features a traditional approach to teaching and learning with plenty of hands-on activities. This curriculum turns playtime into learning time, laying a strong academic foundation that prepares each child for the next level of the educational journey. The entire program has been developed from a Christian worldview, planting seeds of faith in children all through the year. It is an age-appropriate curriculum for preschool that takes into consideration the differences in motor skills and cognitive abilities.

The Pre-K’s classroom is large, cheerful and filled with toys and activities appropriate for that age. Each child has a cubby for personal belongings. They enjoy snacks twice a day and recess either outside in the large fenced-in playground or in the full-sized gymnasium. To further spiritual development, the Pre-K’s participate in weekly chapel at Grace Church led by Pastor Diane Roth.

Grace Lutheran School of Conroe’s Preschool


The Abeka preschool program for Pre-K serves as a bridge between a preschool experience and kindergarten. Pre-K children become serious learners while socializing and having fun. The classroom experience is a bit more structured as they are offered many opportunities for both social, intellectual, and spiritual growth.

  • Language and Literacy Development – children learn to write their first and last names. Phonics, sight words, spelling, letter tracing, use of rhyming words are all used to increase language proficiency.

  • Emotional and Social development – Children work on recognizing their own emotions and the emotions of others. They practice expressing feelings through words and experience daily affirmations.

  • Science and Math Development – Science is introduced through observation and prediction. Children begin to understand cause and effect. Pre-K’s learn number recognition, simple addition, matching and time telling.

  • Physical and Behavioral development – Using words to communicate feelings and needs is emphasized and self-soothing is encouraged. Gross motor skill is further developed through organized activity.

  • Spiritual development – Age-appropriate Bible stories and songs are taught. Bible story themed worksheets are used when teaching other learning concepts. Prayer before eating and resting is introduced.

Weekly lesson plans highlight the concepts to be taught, and your child’s progress is carefully monitored through a developmental checklist. Progress is shared with parents at conferences each semester. The goal of Grace Lutheran School’s Pre-K program is to have children completely ready to transition into kindergarten.