Welcome To Preschool
* Use Walking Feet
* Keep Your Hands To Yourself
* Put Your Toys & Materials Away
* Listen & Do What Teacher Tells You
* Look At Teacher
* Use An Inside Voice
* Use Nice Talk/Kind Words
The Creative Curriculum identifies the knowledge, skills, & concepts important for preschool children to acquire in each content area.
The key components are: Literacy, Math, Science, Social Studies, The Arts, & Technology.
The areas of development are divided into four areas-social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language. There are three goals for social/emotional development (achieving a sense of self; taking responsibility for self and others; and behaving in a prosocial way). There are two goals for physical development (achieving gross motor control and achieving fine motor control). There are three goals for cognitive development (learning and problem solving; thinking logically; and representing and thinking symbolically). There are two goals for language development (listening and speaking and reading and writing.
There are fifty objectives (thirteen social; eight physical; sixteen cognitive; and thirteen language) that are observed in the classroom.
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