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Circle Curriculum

CIRCLE is tailored to the developmental needs of infants and toddlers, ensuring that every child's learning experience is appropriate for their age and stage.

This curriculum encompasses all aspects of early childhood development, from cognitive and language skills to social and emotional growth, nurturing well-rounded individuals.

CIRCLE recognizes the individuality of each child, allowing us to adapt our teaching to their unique strengths and areas where they need extra support

It's grounded in research and best practices in early childhood education, which gives us confidence in its effectiveness in fostering children's growth

We appreciate the strong emphasis on language and literacy development, as it sets a solid foundation for future learning and communication skills.

CIRCLE helps us create a warm and caring environment that supports children's social and emotional development, encouraging positive relationships and self-regulation.

With hands-on activities, children can actively explore, learn, and develop essential motor and problem-solving skills in a fun and engaging manner.

We use the assessment tools provided by CIRCLE to monitor children's progress and ensure they are reaching their developmental milestones.

The curriculum encourages parents to be actively involved in their child's learning journey, strengthening the partnership between our center and families.

Activity Centers

Activity centers within our center implementing the CIRCLE Curriculum are strategically designed to offer a well-rounded and engaging learning environment that aligns with the curriculum's goals.

A cozy corner filled with age-appropriate books. Children can explore books independently or with caregivers, fostering early literacy skills and a love for reading.

A tactile experience area with bins of materials like sand, water, rice, or playdough.<br /> Children can engage their senses by touching, squeezing, and manipulating different textures, promoting sensory development

Equipped with art supplies such as crayons, markers, colored paper, and paint.Children can express their creativity through drawing, painting, and crafting, encouraging fine motor skills and self-expression.

Features puzzles, building blocks, and manipulative toys like LEGO or shape-sorters. Children can engage in problem-solving, spatial awareness, and fine motor skill development.

Furnished with costumes, props, and play kitchen equipment.<br /> Encourages imaginative play, role-playing, and social interaction as children take on different roles and scenarios

Features age-appropriate math games, counting objects, and puzzles.<br /> Children can develop early math skills, such as number recognition and basic counting

Equipped with musical instruments, rhythmic toys, and a space for dancing.Promotes musical appreciation, coordination, and physical activity

Includes items like magnifying glasses, simple science experiments, and observation materials. Encourages curiosity, observation, and hands-on exploration of scientific concepts.

An outdoor space with age-appropriate playground equipment, sandboxes, and open play areas.<br /> Provides opportunities for gross motor skill development, physical activity, and social play

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