top of page


Fun & Creativity

Our Curricula

Hooked on Phonics (reading fluency)

Designed for reading education through phonetics. First marketed in 1987, it uses systematic phonics and scaffolded stories to teach letter–sound correlations (phonics) as part of children's literacy. This curriculum includes flashcards, guided reading and phonics via cassette tape, and decoding text books.

Grasshopper Academics (Sight Words)

Grasshopper Sight Word Curriculum is a system of 17 sight words that incorporate every letter of the alphabet.  Included are three nouns that are not sight words but enable students to make sentences using this system. This curriculum allows children as young as 3 years old to EASILY master skills learned in kindergarten.  With just these 17 words young kids can 1) identify and 2) print all lowercase letters, 3) recognize common sight words 4) learn basic punctuation and 5) understand basic sentence structure.

Little Minds at Work Pre-K Math Curriculum

Pre-K Math curriculum is a 35-week math curriculum that includes lesson plans that break down a 60-minute block math time into these sections {movement, rhythm, whole-group lesson, small-group lesson and apply & practice}. Pre-K Math encourages guidance from the teacher while the students TEACH and LEARN math through hands-on and engaging math activities with their partners.


Artistic activities can be a vehicle to help children to learn other subjects such as reading and math. Art also promotes visual, motor and social development. Using art as an avenue for expression is enriching because children can use it as a communication tool.

Music & Movement

When children participate in music and movement activities in a group, they also develop and refine their social and gross motor skills. They learn to work as a team, they learn to share and they learn how to be creative in a group environment.

Science & Social Studies

Science helps children develop key life skills, including an ability to communicate, remain organized and focused, and even form their own opinions based on observation. Science encourages exploration that leads to critical thinking skills and the appreciation of the connectivity of all things.

Social Studies enhances the cultural awareness of children and empowers them to have healthy interactions with others.


Language is the universal construct that we utilize to relate to others around us. Language acquisition and development begins well before birth, with the recognition of our "mother's voice" and it continues to develop throughout the course of our lives. Activities that build language will be included in every discipline. 


Math is an important part of learning for children in the early years because it provides vital life skills. These skills will help children problem solve, measure and develop their own spatial awareness, and teach them how to use and understand shapes.


Outdoor play enables children to enjoy the natural environment and learn to seek out exercise, fresh air, and activity. There is something fundamentally healthy about using the outdoors. Outdoor play provides a natural source of Vitamin D, and develops disposition for the outdoors, for physical activity, for care of the environment and the connectivity of all things.

bottom of page