Our curriculum is integrated across all domains of child development - physical, social, emotional, linguistic, and cognitive. It is relevant, meaningful, and based on prior experiences allowing the children to make connections. We use the Creative Curriculum for Infants through Pre-K. The most important goal of the Creative Curriculum is to help children to become enthusiastic learners. This means encouraging children to be active and creative explorers who are not afraid to try out their ideas and to have their own thoughts.

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Language and Literacy

During Centers
  • Word and picture matching games;
  • Uppercase and lowercase alphabet stamps and sponges;
  • Tracing words using tracing paper;
  • Magnet letters (uppercase and lowercase) and magnet boards;
  • Chalk boards and chalk;
  • Building words center;
  • Our writing center is always open
  • Our book area is always open
Throughout the day
  • A print rich environment is provided;
  • We provide a comfortable and quiet place to read;
  • We talk about the books we read. We share experiences, feelings, and make guesses about what is to come;
  • Each child is given one-on-one time to practice writing letters, focusing on writing their name properly;
  • During circle time, the children watch their teachers write on a large piece of paper either about the theme or the letter of the week;
  • We read during large group time, small group time, and with individual children throughout the day;
  • Children are taught that reading can be used not only to gain knowledge, but they are given many opportunities to read for fun;
  • Teachers encourage each child’s growing interest in reading and writing and foster a love for reading;

Social Skills

  • Children are encouraged to work together throughout the day;
  • We begin teaching conflict resolution skills at a young age. We work with the children to build problem solving skills;
  • Dramatic play experiences give children opportunities to work through real life scenarios;
  • Children are taught to respect the children and teachers around them;
  • Teachers build relationships with each child in their class;

Learning About the World

  • Field trips and special visitors;
  • Children are given the opportunity to make up the rules for their classrooms;
  • Dramatic play allows children to play in real life scenarios, expressing their views, and gaining an understanding of others’ views of the world;
  • We provide non-fiction books;


  • Teachers provide children multiple opportunities for creative representation throughout the day.
  • We allow art to be open-ended and free, so that we get a true representation of how each child expresses themselves and sees the world.
  • Here are just a few opportunities that we provide throughout each week: Brush painting, Drawing, Playdough, Collaborative art projects, Creative Dancing.


Physical Development

  • Children are provided a time and space for active play (running, jumping, climbing, riding bikes);
  • Each class has a set time for creative movement;
  • Children are also provided many opportunities to enhance their fine motor skills by using complex manipulative toys, puzzles, pegboards, and lacing cards.

Congnitive Development

  • Teachers engage in meaningful conversations with the children;
  • The children are asked open-ended questions
  • The weekly and daily routines are discussed so that the children know what to expect;
  • Teachers add new materials to the environment;
  • Teachers seriously consider the questions, thoughts, concerns, and suggestions of each child.


Sense of Self

  • Independence is encouraged by teachers;
  • Children are given chances to help with important tasks such as setting the table for lunch or getting centers ready;
  • Teachers provide the children with many choices throughout the day;
  • Teachers encourage children to express their feelings in an appropriate way.


  • The children are provided many opportunities for sorting, classifying, and counting;
  • The math activities that we provide include: unifix cubes, geoboards, dominos, pretend money, math concept songs, number matching games. The teachers talk to the children realistically about time.



  • We focus on everyday experiences that the children can relate to;
  • The science activities that we provide include: Sensory experiences, Cooking experiences, Magnifying glasses, Magnet center, Playing with sound, Discussions about the weather each day.
  • Children explore the world outside with their teachers.