The overall objectives of our educational program are based on the Campus Child Center goals and philosophy. We use the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards as a foundation to guide the planning and implementation of our curriculum.
Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards focus on the following five domains:
Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards are based upon the following principles:
We work to create an environment that encourages the children to explore the world around them, to think critically, to increase independence, and to solve problems. We provide our children time, materials and opportunities for creative expression, for enhancing motor skills, and for gaining an awareness of and a respect for others.
Built into our daily routine is the time we refer to as “group time.” During grouptime, each teacher implements lesson plans that have been designed to meet the needs, interests and abilities of the children in the group. Woven into the lesson plans are activities and/or concepts
involving art, music, drama, science, math, large and small motor
development, literacy and language - providing opportunities to explore one’s environment, to create, to discover, to participate, and to gain ideas and increase awareness and understandings about the world around us.. The plans for each week will be posted on our website late Friday afternoon for the upcoming week.