Center for Young Imaginations
The curriculum is composed of five major areas of development: Cognitive, social, emotional, physical and moral.
Number recognition and sequence, shapes, write numbers, introduction to money.
Storytelling, letter recognition, finger plays, flannel board stories.
Learn and sing singles songs, learn dances, learn to use musical instruments.
Arts and Crafts:
Reinforcement of colors, painting, cut and paste, learn to draw lines, make circles,
Hold pencil and crayon properly.
Health & Science:
Proper teeth care, toilet training, cleanliness.
Community helpers, knows name and address, telephone number, understands simple rules, able to obey authority.
Learn to share
Recognizes names of other children
Plays well with peers
Participate in group interaction
Feels good about himself
Not afraid of new experiences
Able to verbalize his needs
Able to adjust to change in routine
Able to win and lose
Knows right from wrong
Respects property and the rights of others
Participates in group exercise
Learns to balance on one foot
Learns to walk a straight line
Learns to form a circle
Introduction to right and left concepts
Learns to play simple games
Learns to throw a ball
Learns to catch a ball
Learns to bounce a ball