Crème de la Crème supports your child’s cognitive, emotional, and social development by offering a program built around the Frog Street Curriculum. This curriculum delivers a range of benefits for young learners, including the following:
Curriculum Based on Research
Since Frog Street focuses on early childhood learning, the curriculum is designed with the needs of youngsters in mind. The program strives to guide children to success through research-based early childhood curriculum elements. Frog Street’s curriculum programs are developed based on early brain research, providing intentional, age-appropriate instruction tools. The curriculum aligns with federal and state standards, integrating instruction across early learning disciplines and developmental domains through these comprehensive research-based programs.
Quality Interactions Between Children and Adults
The teacher training and support built into Frog Street’s programs ensure that children using this curriculum can interact with the adults in their child care center. After all, children and adults are active partners in a child’s learning. The activities kids participate in through the Frog Street Curriculum at Crème de la Crème encourage learning in all content areas. At the same time, children develop strategies to deal with emotion and conflict as they interact with their peers in this structured program.
A consistent daily routine gives kids a sense of control over their environment. Consequently, they can anticipate what happens next and look forward to activities they enjoy. Crème de la Crème’s classroom rotation stretches kids’ brains and bodies as they learn at time durations suited to their young minds.
Supportive Learning Environment
The Frog Street Curriculum fosters a supportive learning environment that promotes active learning. Kids know they can count on the adults in their classroom while interacting with other children in their age group, and they get to tap into their natural curiosity as they explore a wide range of topics through age-appropriate learning activities.