Our Curriculum Program
Scientific research shows that the early years of your child's life will be the most important for their educational and emotional growth - a time when the mind, both neurologically and figuratively, is at its most receptive and adaptive.
At Gifted, it is our profound responsibility to make the most of these formative years and build a love of learning that will be with your children for the rest of their lives. We will provide your child with experiences that will effectively promote their acadmic, social, and emotional development through literature, music, art, and so much more.
We ignite the spark of genius in our students by helping them discover their unique talents and interests in a warm, nurturing environment. We are introducing children to their first classroom experience using best practices in early childhood education, leading the way for students to become enthusiastic, compassionate, and curious problem solvers.
Our curriculum programs are designed for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. At each level, our students receive a developmentally appropriate program. At Gifted, we begin enrolling students as young as 6 weeks old. Here are a few of the components our curriculum is based on:
Daily literacy and read alouds throughout each level of our program. Our PreK4 program develops beginning readers.
Toddlers and preschoolers learn science through exploring and experiments. Students also participate in weekly science activities with our science teacher.
Toddlers begin building fine motor skills and our preschoolers continue working on fine motor skills through writing and coloring.
Art is a creative expression component of our program that is implemented through all of our programs. Our preschool students complete weekly art activities with our art teacher.
Toddlers and preschoolers learn basic foundational math skills needed to excel in elementary school.
Toddlers and preschoolers have 60 minutes of physical activities daily. We also offer a soccer and tennis program for our students to promote physical development.