Infants are fed, put down to rest, or involved in developmental play according to their individual routines in either the Orange Room or the Purple Room.
Toddlers are divided into two rooms, the Green Room and the Yellow Room. Each room is designed to provide the most effective learning environment for toddlers. All the toys and materials are selected to encourage development, curiosity, and creativity. Activities develop the toddler’s social skills, pre-math skills, pre-reading skills, pre-writing skills, and motor skills.
These children are divided into two groups.
The Blue Room introduces the young pre-schoolers to a classroom environment that is structured yet flexible to individual needs and nurturing.
The Red Room provides the most effective learning environment for pre-kindergartners. Activities and materials develop necessary readiness skills for kindergarten.
Gross Motor Skills Areas
Both an indoor playroom and an outdoor playground encourage large Motor development. These areas allow children to ride bikes, enjoy parachute play, practice throwing and catching balls, encourage social interaction, and have fun.
All lesson plans and activities follow the guidelines of Creative Curriculum and the Delaware Department of Education’s Delaware Early Learning Foundations for School Success.