Boosting each child's developmental growth

KidsPoint 2.jpegEarly childhood is a crucial stage of life in terms of a child's physical, intellectual, emotional and social development. Growth of mental and physical abilities progress at an astounding rate and a very high proportion of learning takes place from birth to age six!

KidsPoint embraces this notion and is committed to providing an outstanding early childhood curriculum, especially a time when children particularly need high quality personal care and learning experiences.

Learn about The Creative Curriculum utilized by KidsPoint 

Infants and toddlers (birth to 3 years):

The Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers and Twos® simply creates a framework for how we:

  • Learn from and interact with each child and family
  • Creates a warm, nurturing, and stimulating environment
  • Promotes health and safety
  • Plans and evaluates our program

This framework allows us to foster the development of social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language skills in each and every child. 

Preschoolers (3 years to 5 years):

At this age, a child's abilities may become a bit more sophisticated, but their basic needs remain the same. The Creative Curriculum for Preschoolers® grows with them, while maintaining a focus on developing social, emotional, cognitive, physical, and language skills.

Weekly themes are used to expand the children's learning on a variety of topics. These themes are incorporated into the classroom's learning centers and focuses on the core concepts of:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social studies
  • The arts
  • Technology

School age (5 years to 12 years):

KidsPoint utilizes The 40 Developmental Assets® youth development program for school age children. The assets are building blocks of healthy development that help young people grow to be healthy, caring and responsible. This curriculum is used in all school age programming at KidsPoint.

The primary focus areas of the 40 Developmental Assets® are:

  • Support
  • Empowerment
  • Boundaries and expectations
  • Constructive use of time
  • Commitment to learning
  • Positive values
  • Social competencies
  • Positive identity

Activities include craft projects, dramatic play, large motor activities, group games, guest speakers, and field trips.