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The Sweet Pea curriculum focuses on developing problem solving skills through hands-on activities. By using the six different levels of our academically accredited curriculum, the child develops more and more complex thought processes and learns to apply information rather than memorize it.

Every concept is learned starting with the base two levels of our curriculum which are Moving and Sensing combined with Naming and Describing. In these levels, children explore through as many senses as possible and learn what things are called and what they do. The mid two levels, Sorting and Classifying together with Patterns and Relationships, are aimed at developing pre-reading skills and scaffolding knowledge. The final two levels, Questioning and Evaluating with Creating and Inventing, are the highest, most complex thought process levels. These levels are the final phase of developing problem solving skills.

The longer a child is in our program, the more they benefit from the Sweet Pea curriculum!

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You are your child’s primary source of security, affection and care. Each child will be matched with a primary caregiver who will help support and work with you. We encourage you to talk daily and share information about your child with our Nursery staff. Our Nursery staff will provide a daily communication to share your infant’s activities and accomplishments during the day.

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This environment is designed for the toddler who is speaking in simple sentences and capable of following simple direction. This age group begins drinking from a cup and exhibiting interest in toileting. Since the attention span of older toddlers is increasing, dramatic play, blocks, art, library and table toys are introduced and children are free to choose their own areas of interest.

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Our preschool program for 3 to 5 year olds encourages children to learn through creative play. Researchers believe that children learn best without stress and through hands-on activities. Young children are constantly in motion and optimum learning occurs when they are allowed to move and choose their own play. Children develop understanding of concepts about themselves and others.

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