Main developmental areas addressed each week in our curriculum are:
Social/Emotional Development - connecting with others motivates a child to learn and provides them with a sense of who they are in the world.
Cognitive Development - involves the way children think and develop.
Language Development - includes understanding and communication through words both spoken and written.
Physical Development - a child’s gradual control over their large and small muscles. Children, ages 1 to 5, learn to work cooperatively in small groups to reach developmental milestones and school readiness through exploring and experimenting in our eight learning centers.
Creative Arts - teaches texture, color, design, motor control and promotes creative expression.
Library and Language - experiences which enhance vocabulary, listening and writing skills and early reading.
Math and Manipulatives - introduces problem solving, patterning, number concepts, order and fine muscle coordination.
Sensory Wet and Dry - encourages children to explore a variety of substances using their senses and enhancing math and science experiences.
Block Building - promotes learning of shapes, dimension, size, balance, construction and encourages cooperative play and creativity.
Music and Movement - offers creative experiences, teaches melody and develops large motor skills.
Science and Discovery - it’s all about the world around us. Opportunities are provided that will spark a child’s curiosity and wonder.