Early childhood education is one of the most important parts of your child’s life. Our preschool staff has used our 30+ years of combined experience to implement an early childhood curriculum stemming from the “Whole Child” concept. Every week, we use age appropriate themes to incorporate child-to-child interaction. Using combined resources for our curriculum, our Raleigh preschool offers children a well-rounded learning experience. We post our weekly theme outside each classroom so you as parents can see what your child will be learning each week. Our curriculum advocates the best early childhood practices.
The Creative Curriculum®
The Creative Curriculum balances teacher‐planned and child‐initiated learning, emphasizing responsiveness to children’s strengths, interests, needs, and learning styles. Nationally known for being forward‐thinking, comprehensive, and rigorously researched, it helps teachers plan and implement content‐rich, developmentally appropriate programs that support active learning and promote children’s progress in all developmental areas.
Weekly Reader Magazine for Pre-K
The Pre-K Edition of the Weekly Reader helps young children develop critical-thinking and early reading skills. Age-appropriate nonfiction and exciting, colorful images make learning enjoyable and inviting for preschoolers. Make-a-Books and poster-size Big Issues help teach the conventions of reading.
Hatch® Computer Learning Center
Hatch is the leading provider of developmentally appropriate computers to early childhood classrooms in the country! The strategies and activities, which are playful, engaging and purposeful; are in the important skill areas of pre-literacy, language, math, social studies, and science. The activities are tied to national pre-k standards and the findings of the National Early Literacy Panel and the National Research Council Committee on Early Childhood Mathematics.