The Creative Curriculum® helps educators to create high-quality programs that meet the unique needs of the children and families they serve. Creative Curriculum® has evolved into Teaching Strategies GOLD® — a comprehensive, research-based assessment system that supports effective teaching and children’s development and learning.
Throughout the curriculum, children achieve school readiness in all areas of academic domains and developmental growth to enhance social, emotional, physical and cognitive skills. The program helps children to develop skills in social learning and self-esteem. The program is ﬁlled with investigation, exploration, and discovery, where children can expand their skills and environments. Teachers ensure that the children have happy, appropriate and meaningful learning experiences that lead to future success in school and in life.
The Creative Curriculum aligns the early learning standards of school districts to the preschool program practices with families’ high expectations of educational excellence. By attending our early care and education program, children grow conﬁdent with an enthusiasm for learning that will remain with them for a lifetime.
Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers, and Two's
The Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddler and Twos is designed to foster children’s experiences through play and developmental appropriate practices. The curriculum allows teachers to “think outside the box” while providing rich learning experiences for children.
These experiences foster children’s social-emotional, physical and cognitive development and allow children to learn at their own pace. This sets the foundation for children to become enthusiastic about their learning, beyond the preschool years.
Creative Curriculum for Preschool
The Creative Curriculum for Preschoolers provides a rigorous hands-on learning experience for children ages 3-5, in which the environment is the third teacher. The preschooler’s development is enhanced by learning through play and meets the individual learning style of each child. Preschoolers learn through project-based activities that create opportunities for scientific discovery, mathematical data collection and building of literacy skills.