The nationally renowned, Creative Curriculum is used at The Bridge Learning Center and Mirror Lake Academy. It is a seamless, baseline curriculum that spans from birth through kindergarten, addressing all areas of development (social/emotional, physical, language, and cognitive) as well as learning content for literacy, math, science, social studies, and the arts. Our ultimate goal is to have each preschool student leave our center ready for success in elementary school.
10 Learning Domains and 38 Learning Objectives taught and tracked for each student
Weekly Lesson Plans created and posted in each classroom
Developed and authored in-house, Foundations Curriculum is based on having an interactive, thematic, and conceptual based program that focused on developing the “Whole Child”. Our program is accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission and follows the NAEYC guidelines for developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood education. Foundations begins in our infant classrooms and continues through Pre-Kindergarten and addresses all areas of development and learning content for social, emotional, physical, language, cognitive, math, science, literacy, social studies, and creative Arts. Our Goal is to have each student leave our program ready for SUCCESS in Elementary School.
Lessons updated by Committee of teachers monthly to stay ahead of any changes in National and State Standards, and to update based on current important events
9 Learning Domains and 49 Learning Objectives taught
Technology and literacy links sent home with monthly newsletter allowing parents to work with children at home and support the learning from the classroom
In Both Curriculums…
Assessment portfolios built for each student from infant through Pre-K and activities and development tracked on a daily basis
Historical Work Samples and documentation follow each student to each room and stage of development while attending The Bridge Learning Center
Semi-annual parent / teacher conferences to discuss development, assessments, and progression of each student