Synopsys of Curriculum

The ability to start thinking naturally begins in infancy. The Spreading Childcare developmental and educational Curriculum includes the following categories.

Pre-Kindergarten & Toddlers

Science education even at the youngest ages, provides children with opportunities. As Children Engage with each other they begin to develop and practice many skills and attributes. As the children begin to learn themselves, included are communication, collaborative, team working and perseverance as they grow also, analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Social – Emotional part of the curriculum will enhance the children’s ability to regulate feelings and emotions, learn how to share with others and follow instructions. These are vital parts of development because they lay the foundation for other cognitive skills and abilities that are curtail not just for school but also for life success.

Physical Health and Development : Lesson will be planned to promote healthy growth and development. This will build stronger bones and develop muscles. It gets the heart pumping and is a huge part of gross motor skills, learning to concentrate and independent thinking.

Technology Literacy-Early Learning and Technology: Technology is a huge part engagement in the center. Technology promotes active participation. In today’s world we are preparing children for the future. As it builds connections with students and staff it also promotes collaboration.

Language and Early Literacy Development: While alphabetic knowledge and learning how to read definitely fall under this category so does better memory and more flexible and creative thinking.

Language and Early Literacy Development: While alphabetic knowledge and learning how to read definitely fall under this category so does better memory and more flexible and creative thinking.

Mathematics : The curriculum has various ways to work on mathematics, math provides skills that will teach children how to not just problem solve but also learn how to develop their own sense of special awareness and understand how to use and understand shapes and numbers.

Approaches to Learning : The curriculum looks into this category as it centers on the very fundamental behaviors, all the dispositions and attitudes the children bring to social interactions and what those learning experiences look like. It focuses on children’s curiosity and motivation to want to get involved I new and varied experiences and challenges.

Dual Language Learning : The curriculum also has a category for children who do not speak English as first language. The children will gain the ability to read, write and speak English as a second language. The children will improve in cultural awareness and diverse community.

Social Studies : The curriculum uses Social Studies help to change children in all dynamics and impacts all aspects of learning. This includes group and partner play, working cooperatively, and working individually, all shape who the child becomes.

Creative Arts : Artistic Activities foster intellectual and creativity development. The Curriculum stimulates both sides of the brain. Increasing the capacity of memory, attention and concentration.

Contribution: The curriculum looks into this category closely. This is the area of play for toddlers. Play for toddlers helps to nurture their imagination and gives them a sense of adventure. They learn skills such as problem solving, taking turns, working with others and the ability to concentrate,

Communication : Communication development in young for gaining the skills includes the skill to understand and express thoughts, feelings, and information

Exploration : The curriculum develops gross motor function in this category. Giving the children a chance to repeat the task until they get it right. No just giving them a skill but adding competence as a skill.