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Our Day Care Curriculum in Owings Mills

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At Celebree School® of Owings Mills, we take a unique approach to our early childhood education programs. With our day care curriculum, available to families in Owings Mills, Reisterstown, and nearby areas in MD, we combine play with education, all in a warm, welcoming setting. We also follow The Creative Curriculum® and interest-based learning. These are proven, scientific methods for helping to engage children and instill a love of learning in them.

When they’re at Celebree School of Owings Mills, your child will be busy singing, painting, playing, and laughing. They’ll also be growing by leaps and bounds in ways that will surprise you. It’s thanks to this innovative curriculum, along with our holistic focus on the whole child. This means we educate and support them socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively, so they evolve into well-prepared and well-rounded young learners.

The Interest-Based Approach to Day Care Curriculum

Celebree School of Owings Mills uses an interest-based approach in our day care curriculum. This is a child-centered philosophy that takes into account your child’s interests and uses those as a guide for their day. As a result, they’re more engaged in what they’re doing and learning, making the time they spend with us more meaningful. It also helps to instill confidence and independence as they’re encouraged to explore what interests them.

In addition, the day care curriculum at Celebree School of Owings Mills incorporates:

  • Digital daily reporting. Each day, we will send you a daily, digital report so you’re informed about their routine and progress. 
  • “Individual to State” readiness analysis. These are sophisticated tools that help our preschool teachers to measure each child’s readiness and progress as time goes on. 
  • Preparation to the very fullest! Our curriculum will instill the skills, habits, and attitudes necessary for success in the classroom and on the playground.
  • Kindergarten Readiness Classroom©. We even use a KindergartenReadiness Classroom© that’s unique to our day care and gives your child a complete picture of what kindergarten is like.

Our Day Care Curriculum Programs in Owings Mills

At Celebree School of Owings Mills, we’re the place to go for an innovative and enriching day care curriculum. We deliver it in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where your child will feel safe and comfortable. Our teachers are also early childhood education experts who are kind, patient, and caring. They welcome your son or daughter with open arms each day. This unique combination will give your child a leg up in the school years ahead. 

If you’d like to learn more, call Celebree School of Owings Mills at (410) 517-6096. We can schedule a visit, so you can find out about our day care curriculum for children in Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Garrison, Pikesville, and nearby areas in MD. 

7 Domains of Learning

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Personal and Social Development

Children learn to develop healthy relationships with adults and their peers while cultivating a positive personal identity.
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Scientific Thinking

Children are taught to channel their natural curiosity to articulate questions and draw conclusions about the world around them.
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Mathematical Thinking

This discipline focuses on numbers and their relationships, in addition to the geometric concepts that explain spatial awareness.
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Language and Literacy

The basis of learning, this domain opens the door of communication through writing and drawing as well as grammar and comprehension.
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This sphere examines societal relationships based on social structures and the connections between people and their communities.
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The Arts

An exploration into visual arts, music, dance and theater, this domain celebrates distinctive expression of emotions and ideas.
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Physical Development and Health

Children are taught regard for health and nutrition in addition to the benefits of exercise to develop a strong mind and body.