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Little Innavotor's Early Learning Academy utilizes the creative curriculum. The creative curriculum balances both teacher-directed and child-initated learning, with an emphasis on responding to the childre's learning styles and building on their strengths and interests. This curricula applies the lastest theory and research on best practices in teaching and learning the content standarts developed by states and professinal organizations. While keeping the original enviornmentally-based approach it clearly defines the teacher's vital role in connecting the content, teaching, and learning for preschool children. It features goals and objectives linked directly to our vaild and reliable assessment instrument. The Creative Curriculum enhances social/emotional, physical, congenitive, and lanuage development.

The Learning Enviroment

Interest Areas

What Your Children Learn

  • Set up the physical environment and maintain intrest areas.

  • Establish a classroom structure that includes the daily routine and schedule, choice times, and small -and large- group times.

  • Create a classroom community that promotes positive relationships and where children make friends and learn social problem-solving skills.

  • Blocks

  • Dramatic Play

  • Toys and Games

  • Art

  • Library

  • Discovery

  • Sand and Water

  • Literacy: vocabulary and language, letters, words, print, comprehension, books, other forms of text, and sources of enjoyment.

  • Mathematics: numbers; patterns and relationships; geometry and spatial awareness, measurements; and data collection, organization, and respresentation.

  • Music and Movement

  • Computers

  • Science: physical science, life science, and earth and the environment

The Teacher's Role

  • Social Studies: spaces and geography, people and how they live, peopl eand the environment, and people and the past.

The Creative Curriculum for Preschool describes the teacher's role as an ongoing cycle of observing children, guiding their learning, and assessing their progress. They motivate children while building on their prior knowledge and strengths, and support their learning in an intentional way by using a variety of strategies to increase their knowledge, skills, and understandings.

  • Art: dance, music, drama, and the visual arts.

  • Technology: awareness of technology, basic operations and concepts, technological tools, and preople and technology.

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