Age Based Curriculum & School Readiness
Our curriculum is based on thirteen areas of development with station learning. The thirteen functional areas of development that enrich our early childhood education best practices are safety, health, learning environment, physical environment, cognitive activities, communication, creativity, emotional self, social atmosphere, guidance, family involvement, program management, and professionalism of each childhood practices. Children also develop and advance their social skills through friendships, sharing, conflict resolution, manners, and emotional expression. Our curriculum is educational, informative, uplifting, and culturally enriching. We are assisting children to grow from rote memory learning to conceptual understanding.
Indoors you will find us involved in many fun-filled multi-sensory activities. Teachers create lesson plans that web out into many areas of development. We build with blocks, utilize table games, activity toys, practice puzzle solving, arts, crafts, singing, dancing, computer learning, science, dramatic play, painting, listening to stories and responding through language during circle time and throughout the day.
Outdoors we enjoy fresh air while practicing our gross motor skills. Children play on one of several of our playgrounds with our playground equipment, ride toys, and exercise through climbing, running, jumping, and playing games. We embrace the concept of Play with a purpose as an important way children learn.