A Bright Start of Child Care Development

Child Care

Education Curriculum

Infants

Infant curriculum design to include to teach them to learn about themselves and the world around them thru interaction with other children and adults.

They learn to value and naturally secure relationships.  Child Care centre should help them to feel competent and to learn to be proud about the things that they can do.  Another important area is making them feel supported as they express their independence.

Infant curriculum

Some of the Skills and Concepts Covered are:

To learn about themselves

  • Feel valued and secure in their relationships
  • Feel competent and proud about what they can do
  • Feel supported as they express their independence

 Learning about their feelings

  • Communicate a broad range of emotions through gestures, sounds, and  over time – words
  • Express their feelings in appropriate ways

To learn about others

  • Develop trusting relationships with nurturing adults
  • Show interest in peers
  • Demonstrate caring and cooperation
  • Try roles and relationships through imitation and pretend play
  • Learn about communicating

To express needs and thoughts without using words

  • Identify with a home language
  • Respond to verbal and nonverbal commands
  • Communicate through language

To learn about moving and doing

  • Develop gross motor skills
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Coordinate eye and hand movements
  • Develop self-help skills

To acquire thinking skills

  • Gain an understanding of basic concepts and relationships
  • Apply knowledge to new situations
  • Develop strategies for solving problems

Toddlers

Toddler curriculum design to allow them to explore everything with their natural boundless energy.  Child Care Centre encourage their sense of discovery while building vocabulary, encouraging imagination, and personalizing learning.

 Child Care

Some of the Skills and Concepts Covered are:

  • Talking & Listening
  • Vocabulary
  • Colors
  • Social/Emotional Development
  • Self-Concept
  • Small/Large Muscle Development
  • Creative Expression

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