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Our Curriculum

The curriculum used in our daycare centers uses is exclusive to our schools. We've spent years developing a system that is mutually beneficial to teachers and students and provides constant learning through all developmental milestones a child experiences. Our curriculum is designed to be fully-customizable for teachers to better meet their students' developmental needs. Our Unit Studies introduce children to a wide variety of topics including: geography, earth sciences, human anatomy, planetary sciences, and so much more! Our Core studies are introduced in a bilingual approach that includes studying letters, shapes, and numbers. Our infants (8 weeks-old to 18 months-old) use a combination of English and Baby-Sign Language, while our toddlers(18 months-old to 36 months-old) through Pre-Kindergarten (3 & 4 years-old) study in English and Spanish.

brain And body development

Through engaging learning activities, stimulating experiences, and interactive play, children are provided with opportunities to enhance their cognitive abilities, refine fine motor skills, develop coordination, and strengthen gross motor skills. Our holistic approach nurtures their intellectual growth, fosters physical dexterity, and supports their overall development, laying a solid foundation for lifelong learning and well-rounded advancement.

letters and numbers

With interactive games, storytelling, and hands-on exercises, children are introduced to the world of letters, numbers, and words. They engage in activities that promote letter recognition, phonics, counting, and basic math concepts, fostering their early literacy and numeracy skills. By creating a language-rich environment, the curriculum stimulates vocabulary expansion, enhances communication abilities, and cultivates a love for reading and learning.

Sign language

Baby sign language allows infants learn to express their needs, emotions, and desires. Baby sign language promotes cognitive development by stimulating memory, attention, and comprehension skills. It also strengthens the bond between caregivers and babies, fostering a deeper understanding and connection. By incorporating baby sign language into our curriculum, infants are provided with a valuable tool to bridge the communication gap before they are able to verbalize their thoughts and feelings.

social skills

Children will learn essential social skills such as sharing, turn-taking, empathy, and conflict resolution. They develop an understanding of emotions and practice effective communication, which promotes positive interactions with peers and adults. Our curriculum emphasizes the importance of respect, kindness, and cooperation, creating a supportive environment where children feel valued and accepted. These social skills acquired at an early age are instrumental in their future academic success, emotional well-being, and overall social competence.

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