Our Curriculum The curriculum is a crucial part of any education center. It is considered to be the “heart” of any learning institution. With its importance in formal education, the curriculum has become a dynamic process due to the changes in our society and education system. Given such in its broadest sense, the curriculum refers to the total learning experiences of individuals not only in school, but in society as well. (Bilbao et al., 2008) At our school, we’ve meticulously designed our curriculum to be purposeful and progressive. Our main pillars focus on social, physical, academic and creativity development. Building from these core pillars, all the surrounding components are consistently updated to provide the most exciting and best learning experience for your child. While what is taught is important, how it is taught is even more significant. We take every opportunity to challenge our students to think outside the box and stretch their imaginations. We teach them not what to think, but how to think and solve problems. Remember, “give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish, and you’ll feed him for the rest of his life.”

3 Year Old Curriculum

4 Year Old Curriculum

Themes

Transportation
Community Helpers
Animals in Winter (Hibernation/Migration)
Dinosaurs
Farm Animals
Oceans
Holidays
Nursery Rhymes
Colors
Seasons
Safety
Families
Nutrition
Pets/Insects

Science

Magnets
Our Bodies
Weather
Five Senses
Seeds/Plants
Color Mixing

Reading Literacy

Pattern Detection
Visual Discrimination
Auditory Discrimination
Name Recognition
Sequencing

Mathematics 

Number Recognition
Shapes
Sizes
Comparisons
Counting
Direction/Location
Weights/Measure

Writing

Writing Without Tears
Letter Recognition

Themes

Transportation
Careers/Community
Five Sense
Winter Animals (Hibernation/Migration)
Dinosaurs
Life On A Farm/Farm Animals
Insects
Countries/Customs
Earth Day/Environment
Space/Solar System
Seasons
Safety
Families
Nutrition
Pets
Fairy Tales
Oceans

Science

Growth and Change
Magnets
The Human Body
Sink/Float
Color/Light
Living/Non-Living Things
Seeds/Plants
Metamorphosis
Weather

Reading Literacy

Phonics
Pattern Detection
Visual Discrimination
Letter Recognition/Writing
Sequencing
Name Recognition/Writing
Rhyming
Auditory Discrimination

Mathematics

Sorting/Classifying
Shapes/Colors
Sizes
Comparisons
Graphing
Number Recognition
Counting
Weights and Measurements