Learning is guided by Creative Curriculum®, a developmentally appropriate program that supports active learning and promotes children's progress in all developmental areas. A typical day includes: a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack; tooth brushing; using books and tabletop activities to explore the weekly curriculum theme; circle time with music, movement, songs, and finger plays; Learning Labs: art, blocks, dramatic play, library, sand/water, science, and writing; math and literacy activities; gross motor play (outdoors if possible); and reflection on the day’s learning.
Pre-Kindergarteners (4-5 years old) continue the social and skill-based learning established in preschool, but are ready to delve deeper into early learning and prepare for the upcoming Kindergarten year. Splash into Pre-K (Reading and Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Health, and Art) and Fundations(Phonemic Awareness) guide student learning. Classroom learning is extended through field trips and a summer camp experience. A typical day includes: a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack; tooth brushing; Morning Meeting with weather and calendar review; introduction to thematic concepts; story times; Letter Work with rhyming, alphabet, and sound concepts; music with movement, songs, and finger plays; literacy; and math/science times, including exploration, problem-solving, and interaction at Learning Labs; gross motor play (outdoors if possible); and a Home Link activity that links learning to life at home.