Little Wonders Early Childhood Development Center
Little Wonders ECDC Program Development

In an early childhood curriculum, well-thought-out goals and objectives are important planning tools for teachers in defining and implementing the curriculum. Goals state what children can be expected to achieve and provide a way of assessing each child’s growth and development during the year.

An understanding of child development is a good place to start. Our curriculum is based on a knowledge of how children grow and develop – socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically. All activities, environment, schedule, and expectations for children’s behavior and learning are a part of our everyday routine.

Little Wonders Early Childhood Development Center will carry out goals and objectives, keeping in mind and implementing the following:

Setting up a physical environment so children can work successfully in guided and small group activities;

Guiding children to learn to share and take turns by providing duplicates of materials, positive problem-solving skills and the possibility of using timers so children have a concrete way of knowing when they will have a turn;

Helping children work through disputes in ways other than negative self-expression by monitoring and intervening when necessary and quickly and offering guidance to make positive choices.

Infant Development Program and Daily Routine

Daily Schedule of Activities – Infant Room

Toddler Development Program and Daily Routine

Daily Schedule of Activities – Toddler Room

Preschool Development Program and Daily Routine

Daily Schedule of Activities - Preschool Room

Note: As of Fall, 2016, we changed our program to include one more classroom. giving us an Infant room (6 weeks to one year), Waddlers room (1-2 years), Toddlers room (2-3 years) and PreK room (3-4 years). We will be updating the information on this page soon.

School-Age Program

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Summer camp