At the Y, we provide an environment where children are encouraged and inspired to learn and explore through play, listening, and creating. We believe children need to be exposed to experiences that are meaningful to them in order to promote ownership of their knowledge, build self-confidence and self-discipline, and encourage life-long learning. Typical daily activities include circle time, centers, daily art projects, playground or indoor play time, music, and story time. We use these activities to help children develop socially, emotionally, cognitively, and to enhance the development of their fine and gross motor skills.
Creative Curriculum for Preschool and Infants, Toddlers, and Two’s uses exploration and discovery as a way of learning that enables children to
develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills. The curriculum is based on 38 objectives for development and learning which
are fully aligned with early learning standards for every state.
· A safe nurturing environment, instilling socially conscious values, and reinforcing positive social skills.
· Planned social and cognitive skills activities
· Circle Time (stories, music, group activities, games, selection of classroom helpers)
· Learning Centers (reading, math, science, art, numbers, letters, colors, and shapes)
· Outside Play
Breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack
Fieldtrips and In-House Performances
Well Qualified and Trained Teachers
Curriculum with an online assessment tool
Small Child to Teacher ratios
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