Classroom curriculum at CPP is to be fun and developmentally appropriate, therefore, fostering academic learning. Activities provided will stimulate each area of the child's development. Our philosophy is that children learn best by doing; therefore, "hands-on" activities are planned.
Activities planned will include:
Group time (stories, books, poems, etc.)
Creative art activities and craft projects (painting, collage, crayons, scissors, glue, play dough, etc.)
Music (fingerplays, singing, instruments, records, creative movement)
Indoor movement activities (inclement weather days)
Field trips (threes and fours) and special visitors (all ages)
Science and nature studies (walk, growing cycle, weather, seasons, etc.)
Snacks (nutrition, cooking, etc.)
Play equipment and creative materials for independent or guided learning
Classrooms will be set up utilizing the learning center approach. A learning center is an area designed for specific learning to occur and an area where opportunities are presented for small groups to work together. Examples of learning centers are: art, block, home living, music, manipulative, science, computer, quiet reading area, listening center, etc. Learning center materials will be updated to coordinate with curriculum themes.
Program Highlights 2021/2022
Curriculum Highlights 2021/2022.
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