Our curriculum is based on a “whole child” approach. Our belief is that children learn and experience life with multi-modalities that are intertwined. We focus and utilize each child’s strengths while building upon the skills that they have not yet mastered. Throughout our day we incorporate goals for the following areas of development: cognitive, language, auditory, social and speech.
Units, themes and lessons are carefully crafted by a team of professionals to include these areas of development. Teachers and therapists collaborate to create common goals specific to each child.
Each week, our teachers, speech-language pathologists and supervisors sit down at a Strivright planning meeting where they pool together their experience, creativity and love for children and generate the most amazing results! This meeting of the minds is the cornerstone to our work here, and we gladly share our concepts with you!
Critical components of each day include 2 daily lessons, fine motor activity, circletime, exercise/gross motor, play and centers. The following curriculum components are incorporated within themes/units.