Center for Young Imaginations

Curriculum

 The curriculum is composed of five major areas of development: Cognitive, social, emotional, physical and moral.

Academic:

Math:

            Number recognition and sequence, shapes, write numbers, introduction to money.

 

Language Arts:

            Storytelling, letter recognition, finger plays, flannel board stories.

 

Music:

            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.

 

Social Studies:

            Community helpers, knows name and address, telephone number, understands simple rules, able to obey authority.

 

 

Social:

 Learn to share

   Recognizes names of other children

 Plays well with peers

Participate in group interaction

 

Emotional:

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

 

Moral:

Knows right from wrong

Respects property and the rights of others

 

Physical:

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

 

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