We are a Christian based child care & preschool program.  We follow a Creative Curriculum based program for infants through school-age children. 

Goal

A creative curriculum's aim is to promote a child’s social, emotional and intellectual development. Though the activity varies with each age group, this strategy often uses unconventional means that lean toward project-based, activity-based learning environments. 

Benefits

Children who have been taught in a creative curriculum environment tend to be freethinking and open to learning new subjects. The educational organization called Creative Curriculum states that they combine the latest research into a forward-thinking approach to learning. 

Types

A creative curriculum can be utilized in a child care or preschool program that a child attends that specifically incorporates these teaching methods. 

Lesson Plans

A creative curriculum utilizes interactive lesson plans. Many of the teachings are activity-based instead of relying on visuals like images and books. For example, instead of having a preschool class read a book about frogs, a teacher may bring a frog in and have the students ask questions, touch it and learn about it through interaction.  


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