The Sensorial curriculum focuses on the development and refinement of your child’s senses. The activities and materials in the Sensorial curriculum help your child develop recognition of differences in color, brightness, depth, loudness, tone, texture, and all of the other sensory differences that humans experience. The Sensorial curriculum also includes a music component that introduces your child to different musical instruments – and even encourages your child to make his/her own! Also explored in this section are the concepts of rhythm and silence. As your child works on the Sensorial activities, he/she also learns to think, judge, associate, and compare – and this supports the development of his/her abstract thinking, preparing him/her for future work in Mathematics and Language Arts.
The Culture and Science curriculum gives your child the opportunity to learn about the world and his/her place in it, working with activities in geography, history, botany, zoology, and chemistry. These exciting activities appeal to your child’s sense of exploration and will foster a love of learning. Together you will gain an appreciation for the beauty of the world, its inhabitants, and the way it works.
The Language Arts curriculum focuses on the pivotal components of language — oral development, writing, parts of speech, and reading. The easy to implement activities carefully build your child’s understanding of language in a methodical and logical system. As we work with your child on these activities, he/she will quickly develop a love of language and the skills required to read confidently. Some of the proven learning outcomes of the Language Arts curriculum include: