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Pre-K (3 and 4 years of age)

Using the Common Core standards for Pre-K and kindergarten we use developmentally appropriate curriculum focusing on key areas that will create the building blocks for academic success in the years to follow. Our staff focuses on language arts, math, science, socialization and reading readiness. There will be time allotted for free play allowing for the continuous building of social skills and outdoor play (weather permitting) to continue to strengthen gross motor skills.


Creative Curriculum General Overview:

The Creative Curriculum® is a comprehensive research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and life-long critical thinking skills. It is designed to help educators at all levels of experience plan and implement developmentally appropriate, content-rich program for children with diverse backgrounds and skill levels. The curriculum is focused around 38 objectives for development and learning that will provide children with a well-rounded education. The objectives focus on development in the following areas; social-emotional, physical, cognitive, literacy, mathematics, science and technology, social studies, arts, and English language acquisition.

Creative Curriculum for Preschool:

The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool provides Foundations and Daily Resources to create a cohesive curriculum the supports teachers throughout the entire year. The Foundation volumes provide the knowledge base of the curriculum, including best practices and the most recent research on early childhood development. The Daily Resources support teachers throughout their day to ensure they are providing intentional and developmentally appropriate learning experiences to each child. Our materials offer time saving daily plans for teachers so they can focus the majority of their attention working with the children in their classroom. The ultimate goal of these tools is to provide a comprehensive curriculum, authentic assessment, ongoing professional development, and family connection opportunities.