PROGRAM & CURRICULUM
At Lil' People's World we use a Teaching Strategy called "Creative Curriculum". This strategy believes that children learn best when they are actively involved with materials and with others. "Creative Curriculum" is Nationally known for its forward-thinking, comprehensive and rigorously researched model which assists in our content rich, developmentally appropriate program that supports active learning and promotes children's progress in all developmental areas.
The overall program and curriculum is continuously growing and is implemented throughout the day with an activity schedule that focuses on all building blocks of development.
Each day the children are greeted upon arrival then immediately engaged with their daily routine. When walking into your child's developmentally appropriate classroom, you will notice the surroundings to be age appropriate and individually appropriate as well as culturally relevant to all the children in care. It is our job to create an enriching environment, a place where children feel trust, consistency and are able to build on their unique characteristics.
At Lil' People's World our children are grouped not only by their age but also based on their emotional and developmental readiness. Children are transitioned into a different group only when it has been determined through observation and the completion of a developmental assessment.
This will aide in determining whether the child is physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively ready to advance to the next group. Lil’ People’s World believes that a child’s growth experience begins the moment they enter the door and continues on through the time they spend at home.
We at Lil' People's World strive to make an on-going effort to value children as individuals and embrace their unique contributions to set the success in school and in life.
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?
Be Involved With Curriculum
Ask the teacher or check the parent board to find out what the curriculum will be for the week. Implement learning at home by asking your child questions, adding additional activities at home, and discussing their day.
Come a little early to pick up your child and get involved with the teacher and their style of teaching. Communicate to the teachers your child’s individual needs to help better understand your child.
Know How Your Child Learns Best
Learn from your child, figure out how your child learns best and help convey that to the teacher. Communicate ways they may benefit from the learning environment.