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Developmental Curriculum

Our Developmental Curriculum areas include but are not limited to:


  • social and emotional development;

  • language;

  • literacy;

  • mathematics;

  • science;

  • creative arts;

  • and health and physical development.


Based on these Developmental Curriculum areas, a great variety of creative, developmentally appropriate activities are planned and implemented in a safe, stimulating, and nurturing environment.


Teachers individualize their classroom curriculum to the age group and needs of their students and utilize many different approaches to learning. 

A Typical Daily Schedule Includes:


Circle time: Pledge of Allegiance, calendar, weather, songs, sharing, stories, classroom jobs, discussion of theme.


Centers: blocks, manipulatives, dramatic play, quiet area for reading, writing, easel painting, sensory table, science, music, listening, art, etc.


Daily Project: small group or one-to-one theme related activity to develop fine-motor, language and cognitive skills.


Snack time: each child shares in the fun of being the “snack passer” when it is his/her turn to provide the class with a healthy snack. Children with food allergies requiring an Epi-pen must provide their own snack.


Playground: or indoor activity room play when the weather does not permit.


Music: weekly session with music teacher encourages creative expression through songs, rhythm instruments, and movement, reinforcing auditory discrimination and music appreciation.


Story time: Christian based monthly stories with the church staff held in the Sanctuary.