Joy of Learning
Our curriculum uses early brain development research as the framework for instruction. We provide strong daily routines that develop key social and emotional skills. Our program balances intentional instruction with child-directed play that supports the developmental domains:
Our Infant program is an inclusive curriculum that optimizes key windows of opportunity to build strong fundamentals around the latest early brain research of children 0-14 months. The program fosters essential growth and builds a strong learning foundation. By focusing on the five development domains, Social and emotional, language, cognitive and physical.
Toddlers & 2’s Program
Our Toddler and 2’s program is designed around the latest scientific early brain development research of Toddler and Two-year-old children. The program focuses on enhancing the simple joy of childhood while nurturing curiosity through exploration. We infuse our curriculum into our daily routines such as, diaper changing, transitions and outdoor play. As well as organized instruction to move children forward in their development by focusing on the five development domains, Social and emotional, language, cognitive and physical.
Our 3’s program is a comprehensive curriculum that provides intentional instruction in key areas of development so children can effectively continue the path to Prekindergarten readiness. We use key components such as intentional instruction to optimize windows of opportunity for growth. While implementing a well-rounded scope of activities that address all developmental domains created around early brain development research.
Our Pre-Kindergarten program is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that integrates instruction across developmental domains and is aligned to state and national standards. The keystones of our curriculum are Integrated lessons with a defined scope and sequence of instruction. Social-emotional development using Conscious Discipline® strategies. Differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all learners.