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The Three Year Old Program

The Red Robins Classroom

The Lakewood Preschool’s eighteen 3 year old classroom (Red Robins) under the direction of two highly qualified teachers uses the Creative Curriculum in the three-year-old class. Active learning, whether planned by adults or initiated by children, is the central element of the Creative Curriculum. The Creative Curriculum for Preschool is based on 38 objectives for development and learning, which are fully aligned with the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework as well as early learning standards for every state. Creative Curriculum presents knowledge-building volumes and daily practice resources in tandem, giving every educator the “what”, “why” and “how” of early childhood education. Creative Curriculum offers daily opportunities to individualize instruction, helping teachers meet the needs of every type of learner. Creative Curriculum addresses all the important areas of learning, from social-emotional and math to technology and the arts, and incorporates them throughout every part of every day. Creative Curriculum offers daily, built-in opportunities for observation, helping teachers and administrators clearly see the strong relationship between curriculum and assessment. Creative Curriculum offers complete support for working with English- and dual-language learners, including detailed guidance that helps to build teachers’ knowledge about best practices. Creative Curriculum contains guidance for working with all learners, including advanced learners and children with disabilities.

Children learn through direct, hands-on experiences with people, objects, events, and ideas. Trained adults who understand child development and how to scaffold the important areas of learning in the preschool years offer guidance and support.

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20thAnniversaryfive star

Lakewood Preschool has been awarded the highest ranking
by the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (NCDCDEE).