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Our Curriculum


Infants Newborn - 12 Months

Our center utilizes Creative curriculum from infancy through Preschool. During the day, the teachers engage in one-on-one care, singing, reading, tummy time, art, and lots of love. A daily communication report about your child’s day will be in the cubby every day after 4:30 PM.

Curriculum elements include (Creative Curriculum Website):

  • Creative Expression
  • Independence and Self-Confidence
  • Language Development 
  • Motor Skills
  • Movement
  • Small and Large Muscle Development
  • Social/Emotional Development
  • Talking and Listening

Toddlers 12 Months - 2 Years

Our toddlers' very busy day activities include art, reading, music, second language, sign language, and outdoor play. Designed with the curious child in mind, this curriculum comprises monthly themes reinforced with books, puppets, songs, free-form art projects, and other fun activities to nurture their creativity.

Curriculum elements include:

  • Color Recognition
  • Language Development
  • Phonological Awareness: Songs, Rhymes, and Finger plays
  • Self-Concept
  • Small and Large Muscle Development
  • Social-Emotional Development

Two Year Olds

The program offers plenty of hands-on activities where children learn through play and encourages problem solving, language development, creativity, and self-esteem. We also concentrate on potty training and self-help skills with older toddlers.

Curriculum Elements:

  • Color and Shape Recognition
  • Language Development
  • Phonological Awareness: Songs, Rhymes, and Finger plays
  • Problem Solving
  • Self-Concept
  • Small and Large Muscle Development
  • Social-Emotional Development

Three Year Olds

The program for three years olds continues with participatory activities where children learn through play, problem solving, language development, creativity, and self-esteem. We build self-help skills with older toddlers to encourage independance and instill self confidence to prepare your three year old for the next pharse of pre-school.

Curriculum elements:

  • Character Education
  • Color, Shape, and Number Recognition (1-10)
  • Counting and One-to-One Correspondence
  • Language Development
  • Phonological Awareness: Songs, Rhymes and Alliteration
  • Problem Solving
  • Sequencing, Predicting, and Graphing
  • Small and Large Muscle Development
  • Social-Emotional Development

Pre-Kindergarten

Children getting ready for Kindergarten are preparing to read or very likely reading already! Maintaining physical activity keeps young minds alert and receptive while more advanced social development teaches cooperation and respect for self and others.

Curriculum elements include:

  • Character Education
  • Color, Shape, and Number Recognition (0-12)
  • Counting and One-to-One Correspondence
  • Language Development
  • Letter Recognition and Beginning Sounds
  • Phonological Awareness: Rhyming, Clapping Syllables, and Alliteration
  • Sequencing, Graphing and Predicting
  • Small and Large Muscle Development
  • Social-Emotional Development
  • Vowel Sounds (Long and Short; Emphasis on Short)
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