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What is Creative Curriculum?

There are a number of principles from which the development of the Preschool Creative Curriculum emanates. The following are the guiding principles:

Early learning and development are multidimensional; developmental domains are highly interrelated.  The domains are Personal and Social Development, Physical Development, Cognitive Development, and Creative

There are individual differences in rates of development among children.  Your child is unique in the rate of his/her growth and development of skills and competencies.  In addition, your

Expression/Aesthetic Development.

Young children are capable and competent-There should be high expectations for your child, regardless of their backgrounds and experience.

child is raised in a cultural context that may affect the approach that the teacher uses with your child. 

Children will exhibit a range of skills and competencies in any domain of development.  All children should not be expected to arrive at each benchmark at the same time or master each skill to the same degree of proficiency.

Families are the primary caregivers and educators for their children.  Families should be aware of goals and experiences that will be provided for the children and expectations for your child’s performance by the end of the preschool year.  Staff and families work together to ensure that your child will be provided the optimal learning experience.  Our program will provide families with the information they need to support your child's learning and development.

Knowledge of child growth and development and consistent expectations are essential to maximizing educational experiences.  With this knowledge staff members can make sound decisions about appropriate curriculum for the group and your child as an individual.

Young children learn through active exploration of their environment through child-initiated and teacher-selected activities.  Our classroom will provide opportunities for your child to explore materials and engage

in concrete activities, and to interact with peers and adults in order to construct their own understanding about the world around them.