Springing Up Curriculum
Springing Up CDC’s curriculum is based on developmental milestones according to Early Childhood Specialist’s and agencies recommendations, as well as a multitude of educational resources gathered from teachers and early childhood educators. However, our curriculum is unique since we incorporate parental involvement with the developmental process of their children. We explain and demonstrate how parents can work with their children to meet developmental milestones. We also discuss with parents some strategies they can use to help build vocabulary and encourage success in their child’s development. We will also suggest age-appropriate toys, books, and games to connect learning from school and home. If for any reason we see concerns or “red flags” in development we will notify parents and may require some evaluation to be done to provide the earliest of interventions and support for our children to be successful.
The Springing Up CDC curriculum will also encourage children to respect, understand, and appreciate each individual’s unique personality and heritage. We will recognize and celebrate a multitude of cultures and beliefs in our classroom thru many celebrations. Springing Up CDC’s curriculum and programs will explore many themes and holidays related to what we are experiencing in the classroom.
Early childhood and elementary educators have created SU’s curriculum based on the basic needs of children personally, developmentally, and educationally. We believe that SU is the introduction to schooling and must be enjoyable, as well as a safe and secure environment to experience new ideas and foster learning. These qualities combined with a small class size will benefit your child’s future in becoming lifelong learners.