Our school uses the InvestiGator Club and Opening the World of Learning (OWL) programs. The InvestiGator Club has two levels: the three year old curriculum and the four and five year old curriculum. This program teaches readiness skills focusing on letter recognition, numbers, shapes and colors as well as teaching basic science, social studies, and math skills. It also encourages children to learn through exploration, dramatic play, art appreciation and dance. The InvestiGator Club™ and © Robert-Leslie Publishing. All rights reserved.
The Opening the World of Learning (OWL) program has one level: the four and five year old curriculum. The OWL program is a comprehensive integrated, Pre-K curriculum designed to develop language and early literacy skills in the context of rich content-primarily in the areas of mathematics, science, and social studies. Unit topics include Family, Friends, Wind and Water, World of Color, Shadows and Reflections, and Things That Grow.
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We also focus on teaching appropriate social skills such as sharing, being kind, and using proper manners. Our three school rules are: