General Curriculum Documents


Bright Baby

Curriculum for Toddlers/Twos

 
Curriculum for Threes

Curriculum for Pre-K

Passports: Experiences for Pre-K Success

Curriculum for Fives

 

We have created the E-Z Curriculum Planner to assist you in finding activities within our Learning Experience Guides that provide take home projects and that support the development of colors, shapes, numbers, and/or letters. We have arranged just a small sampling of the many learning experiences found in each curriculum program. The E-Z Curriculum Planner should serve as a springboard to assist you in planning for each topic and is organized into three helpful sections.

Textures and Fabrics 
Creations and Innovations  
Light and Dark
What
Happens When...
Curriculum for Toddlers  Curriculum for Toddlers  Curriculum for Toddlers Curriculum for Toddlers
Curriculum for Twos   Curriculum for Twos   Curriculum for Twos Curriculum for Twos
Curriculum for Threes Curriculum for Threes Curriculum for Threes Curriculum for Threes
Curriculum for Pre-K  Curriculum for Pre-K  Curriculum for Pre-K   Curriculum for Pre-K
       

Eco-Exploring

 Traveling
 
Wings and Things That Fly
 Summer Side Trips
Curriculum for Toddlers  Curriculum for Toddlers  Curriculum for Toddlers Curriculum for Toddlers
Curriculum for Twos  Curriculum for Twos  Curriculum for Twos Curriculum for Twos
Curriculum for Threes  Curriculum for Threes  Curriculum for Threes Curriculum for Threes
Curriculum for Pre-K  Curriculum for Pre-K  Curriculum for Pre-K Curriculum for Pre-K 


 Passports: Experiences for Pre-K Curriculum E-Z Planners

Shoes and Feet
Trees
Containers
String

 


 

The Power of Conversation

Talk to your child as much as possible every day. Having conversations develops language skills, social skills, and introduces new vocabulary. Use the Conversation Starters below as a way to intiate the conversation with your child.

Conversation Starters


Play and Have Fun!

Play is important for children's social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. When children have opportunities to practice new skills, the development of these skills advances. Below are some simple ways you can encourage your child's development through play.

 

Parent Information Guide

Experiences with HighReach Learning® curriculum cover all areas of learning, including language development, emerging literacy, math, science, creativity and the arts, social skills, physical development, reasoning, problem solving, and more. This guide informs parents on what they can expect in the classroom, what is included in the Family Connection piece, and how parents can work with teachers in guiding their child's learning in a powerful and fun way!

 

Prevent Poisonings

 

 

 


Curriculum for Toddlers

 
Curriculum for Twos

Curriculum for Threes

Curriculum for Pre-K

  
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