Our activities are planned around your child's individual needs, abilities, and interests. Because children learn through their senses and by moving, it may not look like school to you! Teachers
use play experiences to help children learn skills and concepts. Activities encourage exploration, creativity, and problem solving. The staff works with children to enhance their learning and
development in all areas: social-emotional, physical, language/literacy, and intellectual.
Our center has chosen to use Adventures in Learning as our three to five year old curriculum. Adventures in Learning is a comprehensive curriculum for children. Three early childhood educators, Dot Brown, Beverly C. Wright and Trude Puckett, spent more than a year developing this curriculum. Their credentials include: Masters of Education degrees in early childhood emphasis; instructors of early childhood courses; monitors, evaluators, supervisors and mentors in preschool classrooms; evaluators of curriculum for children from three to five; registered trainers in the Arkansas Early Childhood Professional Development Registry; and certified Pre-K ELLA trainers.
Adventures for Toddlers, a curriculum for children from eighteen to thirty-six months, will be used. It was developed by the same education specialists and approved by the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.