The creative curriculum allows children to practice new skills with varied activities and rich language experiences. This curriculum encourages positive relationships and a safe environment to explore and learn. Knowing your children’s strengths and weaknesses help shape and mold the creative curriculum so that developing interests and abilities are encouraged. Partnering with you, the parent, helps us to better achieve the goals of your child both in and out of the center.
Second Step Curriculum
Second Step is a holistic curriculum that encourages the social-emotional development of your child. Skills such as conflict resolution, making good decisions, working with others, and forming relationships are the building blocks that your child is taught with this curriculum. Social-emotional skills are crucial for your child to thrive in the classroom by making them more comfortable and receptive to learning. With this curriculum, your children can practice these skills daily through teacher led activities, group play, and reinforcement of concepts throughout the day.
Learning Without Tears Curriculum
Developed by an occupational therapist in 1977, the Learning Without Tears curriculum has evolved into a program that incorporates play-based learning and active participation to help young learners. The concepts used in this curriculum help get children ready for kindergarten by teaching math, science, reading, and social studies. By incorporating a variety of tools such as hands on activities and educational digital apps, your child will learn school-ready skills in a variety of ways.
Stimulating Maturity Through Accelerated Readiness Training (aka S.M.A.R.T.) is a brain stimulating approach to learning. Using this approach, your child will learn readiness skills through repetition. With frequency, intensity, and duration your child learns by seeing, hearing, and touching things many times. With S.M.A.R.T., vision, kinesthetic, and auditory pathways in the brain are matured through repetitive stimulation in order to prepare your child for elementary school.
Conscious Discipline Curriculum
The concious dicipline curriculum empowers your child to be aware of their actions and themselves. Through this self-regulation, your child can practice the skills to manage their actions, feelings, and thoughts. The curriculum focuses on 7 skills of discipline and teaches your child to respond to conflict more effectively. With these skills, your child will learn to stay in control and can succesfully take these skills with them into adulthood.