The Creative Curriculum©

Watch Your Child Develop  A Lasting Love Of Learning

The Creative Curriculum©

Watch Your Child Develop  A Lasting Love Of Learning

A Basis Of Teacher Observation, Planning, And Daily Interaction

Teachers observe and interact, and topics of study are developed from the classrooms’ conversations and interests. When the children show interest in a specific area, the teachers note those interests, research, and gather materials to expand learning further.

A Trusted Framework For Learning

The Creative Curriculum©’s framework has five components: how children develop and learn, the learning environment, what children learn, caring and teaching, and partnering with families.

The Creative Curriculum© is centered on 5 fundamental principles, including:

Positive Interactions With Parents And Peers

Other children, and you, the parent, will directly impact your child's learning as you participate in positive ways.

Social-Emotional Development

This is the #1 skill required for future generations. Teach your child respect, communication, and collaboration now.

Constructive And Purposeful Play

Play with a purpose is learning. Each activity is set out to be multi-faceted, with a focus on language, math, and more.

The Learning Environment Itself

Classrooms are designed to invite children to learn, and yes, to play! Each station invites an opportunity for exploration.

Partnerships Between Teachers And Family

Improve your child's chances for school success. Forging a partnership with now will help your child thrive in lasting ways.

Subject Areas That Prepare With Exceptional School Skills

Children learn in literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, the arts, and technology. Each content area breaks down into specifics, including objectives and strategies for teachers to accommodate children’s learning.

Nature Is Integral To The Learning Approach

Natural items in the physical environment are used, giving open-ended activities throughout the day, and children learning through direct exploration and experience. Incorporating things children typically see in their homes into the classroom environment allows children to manipulate these materials and equipment in ways that help them learn.

How Do Assessments Measure Progress?

A 4 step process determines your child's strengths, needs, and interests by:

We’ve Been Awarded 5 Stars From Michigan's Great Start to Quality Program!

Your Child Benefits From...

Ages & Stages developmental screening at the beginning of each school year

Parent-teacher conferences at least twice a year for extra support

How Old Is Your Child?

Infants

6 Wks - 1 Year

Toddlers

1 - 2 Years

Preschool

3 - 5 Years