Curriculum

Objectives/Curriculum

*WONDER WORLD LEADERS CENTER CLASSROOM OBJECTIVES/CURRICULUM*

**PLEASE NOTE: ALL TEACHERS ARE EXPECTED AND MUST PLAN DAILY ACTIVITIES BASED ON A WEEKLY, AGE-APPROPRIATE LESSON PLAN AND MUST OBTAIN APPROVAL FROM THE ED DIRECTOR THE WEEK PRIOR**

Infant classrooms expectancy

Infant classroom goals are extremely vital and that is something that all staff work on daily. Implementing and accomplishing them are very crucial and critical to us.


Goal 1: To lead by examples and instill leadership skills and pursuing to be the best infant/Toddler/Preschool teachers

Goal 2: To provide a safe, healthy, and attractive environment for the children. We will do this by arranging the classroom in a way to stimulate their learning skills

Goal 3: To provide physical activities that support large and small muscle development

Goal 4: To provide age-appropriate activities that encourages curiosity and use of the five senses

Goal 5: To support social and emotional development through positive guidance and interactions

Goal 6: To develop caring and sharing partnerships with all parents. Communication is provided through newsletters, daily report forms, daily conversations, and parent-teacher conferences

Goal 7: To continue to grow as professionals and to be a positive role model

Goal 8: To interact with rather than react to the infants in our care

Goal 9: To strive in making a difference to those children in our care

Toddler classrooms objectives

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Emotional Goals

  • Begins to show empathy for others
  • Feels safe and secure away from parents
  • Shows affection or dislikes
  • Shows pride in new accomplishments
  • Asserts self appropriately
  • Exhibits contrasting moods (stubborn to compliant)

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Social Goals

  • Imitates others
  • Influences or persuades others
  • Helps at clean-up time
  • Tries to please others
  • Exhibits an intense interest in adult language
  • Enjoys "exploring" with others

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Physical Goals

  • Sits well in chair
  • Climbs up steps
  • Marches in place
  • Rolls, throws, and kicks ball
  • Stacks blocks
  • Uses a crayon or paintbrush
  • Attempts to put on shoes, socks, jacket
  • Washes and dries hands
  • Uses a spoon
  • Drinks from a cup

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Preschool development

Our living and learning environment is designed to meet the overall needs of preschoolers and to facilitate their development through age-appropriate experiences. Due to the individuality of each child expectations vary; each child is challenged but not RUSHED. OBJECTIVELY, the following goals should be met by the time a child enters kindergarten.

Leadership Goals

  • Shows respect to teachers and classmates
  • Practices positive attitude at all times
  • Takes leadership roles by asking and answering questions
  • Demonstrates good judgment
  • Capable of reasoning
  • Works well with teachers and classmates

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Emotional Goals

  • Displays a sense of security
  • Exhibits self-confidence
  • Has a positive attitude
  • Shows a desire to learn
  • Is willing to try something new

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Behavioral Goals

  • Listens attentively
  • Follows directions
  • Focuses on task at hand
  • Is not disruptive
  • Exhibits self-control
  • Uses toys and materials appropriately

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Self-Help Goals

  • Puts on wrap without assistance
  • Puts on shoes without assistance
  • Takes care of own toileting needs
  • Cleans up after self at snack, lunch
  • Tries to solve problems independently
  • Participates in classroom clean-up

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Social Goals

  • Plays cooperatively
  • Helps others
  • Interacts positively with peers
  • Interacts positively with adults
  • Stands up for own rights
  • Resolves conflicts peacefully
  • Exhibits good manners; courteous

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Language Goals

  • Speaks clearly
  • Has age-appropriate vocabulary
  • Uses personal pronouns correctly
  • Expresses needs and ideas verbally
  • Recites jingles and rhymes
  • Tells event or story in sequence
  • Follows 3-step verbal directions

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Physical Goals (Large Muscle)

  • Is well coordinated
  • Displays good balance
  • Exhibits skill on playground equipment (climber, swing, slide, etc.)
  • Pedals tricycle
  • Builds with blocks
  • Throws/catches ball

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Physical Goals (Light Activities)

  • Pours milk/juice into cup
  • Holds pencil correctly
  • Can cut with scissors
  • Can manipulate fasteners
  • Unties a bow and/or loose knot
  • Draws a recognizable person
  • Writes own name

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Cognitive Goals

  • Demonstrates knowledge of colors
  • Demonstrates knowledge of shapes
  • Demonstrates knowledge of numbers
  • Demonstrates knowledge of letters
  • Can work a 10-piece puzzle
  • Recognizes own name (written)
  • Knows "left" and "right"
  • Displays competence on computers

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Personal Information Goals

  • Knows full names
  • Knows age
  • Knows birthday
  • Knows telephone number
  • Remembers the street address and phone numbers of Dad and Mom
  • Recognizes the first and last name(s) of parent(s)/guardians

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We surely believe that most Children learn through play. You hear us say this often, but what does it mean? From birth, children are active participants in building their own understanding. They do this by experimenting, observing, and interacting with other children and adults.


Children construct knowledge and build on what they already know. Adults observe each child. They watch the children work with the materials and toys. Teachers prepare the environment to help each child build on what they already know. What does this look like in the early childhood classroom?


Here is a quick tour of what a child is learning as they play with the different materials, media, and toys.


In the manipulative and games interest center you may see your child working a puzzle or building it with Legos. They are learning:

  • Small muscle control
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • To increase their focus ability and concentration skills
  • Parts-to-whole concepts
  • One to one correspondence and sets

While attending the writing/art center you may see your child doodling on paper with a marker or a pen. They are learning:

  • Utilization of fine motor skills
  • Visual discrimination
  • About shape, color, space, and texture
  • To express their thoughts on paper
  • To experiment with letter sounds (invented spelling)
  • To construct words, phrases, and sentences
  • The power of print
  • The importance of literacy
  • The joy of reading and writing

As per the dramatic play center your child may be dressing up or pretending to serve a friend food. They are learning:

  • To interact with others
  • Empathy through role playing
  • To take turns and to share
  • Relationship of home, school, and the community
  • Language skills and new vocabulary
  • Math concepts, such as more/less

Observing them in the block center you may see your child building a "farm" or making a "road." They are learning:

  • Spatial relationships and physical properties of objects
  • Cooperation
  • Problem solving skills
  • Math concepts such as size, shape, weight, and volume

Additional learning activities

WE TEACH AND ENGAGE CHILDREN AT ALL AGE GROUPS IN CONSTRUCTIVE AND FUN ACTIVITIES SUCH AS: ARTS AND CRAFTS, PHONICS, THREE DIFFERENT LANGUAGES--- SPANISH, FRENCH, AND CREOLE, DANCE AND EXERCISE CLASSES AND LOTS MORE….


** PLEASE NOTE: ABC MOUSE IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS AN ADDITIONAL CREATIVE CURRICULUM TOOLS TO BE USED IN TEACHING AND DEVELOPING ALL CHILDREN AT WONDER WORLD LEADERS CENTER**