The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten – Available Early 2017
When children investigate, discover, and play — they learn
With The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten, teachers now have a research-based, whole-child-focused approach to project-based learning in the kindergarten classroom. Through in-depth investigations of science and social studies topics that integrate literacy and mathematics concepts, kindergarten teachers can encourage children to think critically, solve problems, and connect ideas.
The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten includes teaching guides and other daily practice resources to help kindergarten teachers use studies, or project-based investigations of science and social studies topics, as the core of their day. It provides teachers with opportunities to integrate their existing math and literacy curriculum requirements throughout the various parts of their day.
This curriculum solution enables kindergarten teachers to engage students in deep levels of critical thinking by asking in-depth questions, introducing more technical vocabulary, and challenging students to investigate on their own and with others.
Research-Based Objectives from Birth to Third Grade
Thirty-eight objectives for development and learning span the whole of the
The Daily Resources give teachers the ability to individualize instruction to meet the needs of
Every Moment of the Day
Daily plans offer the support teachers need to teach intentionally and plan meaningful
Development of the
Additional resources and insight will help teachers encourage the growth of students’ social–emotional skills.
The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten?