BCCC uses the Creative Curriculum, which is developmentally appropriate for infants and toddlers, and preschoolers. It primarily focuses on physical, social-emotional, cognitive, language and literacy. These components are useful for administrators and teachers to evaluate each individual’s cognitive, social-emotional, and physical improvement in the program.
The Curriculum also helps develop children’s “sense of self” that includes adjusting to new situations, developing trust, and recognizing and managing emotions. Similarly, the Curriculum helps enhance both fine motor and gross motor skills.
The Curriculum identifies how infants and toddlers and pre-schoolers observe, persist, classify, compare, recognize patterns, and use one-to-one correspondence. It also focuses on how children can take and pretend various roles, follow oral directions, differentiate sounds, ask and answer questions, and participate in conversations. Therefore, the Creative Curriculum is the best tool for administrators and teachers to outline children’s activities, assessments, and screenings.