Making a Meaningful Difference in the Lives of Young Children and their Families
Dual linguistically learning
Cultivates a caring and respectful learning environment in which all children can feel comfortable, motivated, and confident in what they do. One way to begin doing this is by helping children learn each other's names (and their meanings) as well as some general greetings and polite phrases. Create developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate activities that capitalize on your students' intellectual strengths in learning to communicate effectively. You'll want to assign DLLs to activities that match their developmental levels and learning needs. For example, you can engage Milo, a Spanish-speaking student from Mexico, in a game on the computer that requires him to match simple Spanish words with their corresponding English words.
We pair or group DLLs with more linguistically advanced peers when working on hands-on activities (such as building something with blocks or engaging in an art project) that do not require extensive or advanced language skills. This will encourage collaboration and cooperativeness among the children. Make sure you prepare in advance by teaching children simple words they can use during each particular activity. Make an effort to observe and attend to a child's unique communication behavior and cues and then respond to them accordingly. If a DLL has limited English or language delays, try watching his or her nonverbal behavior to figure out what the child is saying. A few strategies to practice include giving the DLL your undivided attention, kneeling down to the child's level, making eye contact if it is appropriate for the child (eye contact is not desired in some cultures), and asking questions to show your care and interest in what the child is communicating.
Provide images of a variety of emotions or emotion words in the DLL's native language. This will help a DLL with limited expressive language or emotional skills to show how he or she feels about something.
Whether it's drawing, writing, acting out, gesturing, or using props, accept and encourage multiple modes of communication and expression. This will help DLLs to build confidence, motivation, and appreciation for aesthetic expression. For example, you could ask a new student from Japan to point to certain illustrations to demonstrate his or her favorite part of the story. Asking a Spanish-speaking child with some English proficiency to talk about his or her favorite part of the story in English while allowing the child to use Spanish to express what he or she doesn't know is another option.
LEARNING IS FUN TO MENTAL
We create a high-quality learning environment and build a thorough understanding of best practices. Our lesson plan manages every moment of their day. Through studies, which are hands-on, project-based investigations, build children’s confidence, creativity, and critical thinking skills, and promote positive outcomes. Through in-depth investigations of science and social studies topics that integrate literacy and mathematics concepts, they can encourage children to think critically, solve the problem, and connect ideas.
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Infant - Toddler Curriculum
We are here to care for your beautiful children, we take pride in our Preschool Kids Planets babies. Infant areas are designed so that all physical development – crawling, sitting, pulling, standing, walking can be comfortably attempted. We make it a great effort to make each childfeel at home, we cater to their needs and their likes and dislikes. We work as a team to provide quality care for your child while in our care. We enjoy watching your baby grow and learn new milestones, if its sitting up or holding their bottle. We do our very best to help your child reachthose milestones, If you have any question feel free to contact us.
2-Year Old Curriculum
Our 2 Year Old curriculum is used , which places as strong emphasis on social skills and languages developed. The development program involves stories and learning experience that will develop the senses. The creative curriculum provides the framework for a complete learning environment that children need to learn and grow in knowledge.
3-Year Old Curriculum
The 3 year old curriculum is taught with activities which promote language, math, science and arts. Extensive use or learning center education is provided, preschoolers learn best through play and direct involvement, and plenty of play experiences are insured for optimum intellectualgrowth. Children need to support their most important daily activities – teaching, assessing, reporting, connecting with families, and developing their own knowledge and skills
4-Year Old Prekindergarten Curriculum
Made up of the comprehensive goals that provide ‘Early Childhood need to know to build a high-quality program, that put knowledge into practice and help the children’s learning and growth. use studies, or project-based investigations of science and social studies topics, as the core of their day. It provides opportunities to integrate their existing math and literacy curriculum requirements throughout the various parts of their day. This curriculum solution to engage students in deep levels of critical thinking by asking in-depth questions, introducing more technical vocabulary, and challenging students to investigate on their own and with others.
Works through studies, which are hands-on, project-based investigations, build children’s confidence, creativity, and critical thinking skills, and promote positive outcomes. Through in-depth investigations of science and social studies topics that integrate literacy and mathematics concepts, they can encourage children to think critically, solve problem, and connect ideas.
The Creative Curriculum is knowledge of child development theory and careful consideration of the latest research in the field of early childhood education. Used to inform and shape The Creative Curriculum and the guidance offered to teachers, the research base ensures that teachers know not only what and how to teach children but why particular practices are effective. By understanding the theory and research behind how children’s knowledge, skills, and behaviors progress over time, teachers are better able to support children’s development and learning. The Creative Curriculum highlights the important balance between applying a general knowledge of child development with the particular knowledge a teacher gains by forming a relationship with each child and family.