The Creative Framework
In order to provide a creative, fun and interactive learning environment for children that attend the Alonzo A. Daughtry Memorial Day Care Center, our staff has implemented The Creative Curriculum. With the goal to help childhood educators across the country implement content-rich, developmentally appropriate programs, The Creative Curriculum supports active learning to inspire each and every child to become a creative, confident thinker. The Creative Curriculum is a forward-thinking, comprehensive program that integrates creativity to make learning not only exciting, but relevant for every child. Today, The Creative Curriculum is one of the most widely used preschool curriculums throughout the country.
The Creative Curriculum for Preschool is an award-winning curriculum system for preschool success. The preschool system is based on 38 different objectives for development and learning, and offers instructors daily opportunities to individualize instruction. The Creative Curriculum for Preschool addresses all the important areas of learning, from social-emotional and math, to technology and the arts. By integrating exploration and discovery as a way of learning, The Creative Curriculum for Preschool enables children to develop confidence, creativity and lifelong critical thinking skills.
Your Child Will Learn To....
To think critically, experiment, to ask questions in general from the answers, and act independently.
Develop Writing Skills
Journal informational concepts; such as seasons, role of family members, health, nutrition, and developing the ability to observe and discriminate.
To practice using verbal approaches and conflict resolution techniques to settle disputes which occur with classmates.
Develop Language Ability
Express ideas, thoughts, and feelings through conversations, discussions, telling stories, and dictating stories.
Express ideas & Feelings
Participate in small and large group discussion and creative activities such as art projects, music, dramatic play, and outdoor recreation.
Observe their community and environment, analyzing touch, feel, taste, smell, and then draw conclusions.