Dream. Challenge. Succeed.
Curley's provides an integrated course schedule of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. In every class, our teachers emphasize the strategies and processes involved in learning and self-growth, creating a unique opportunity to prepare our students to live thoughtful, creative, and fulfilling lives in a rapidly changing society. Please see our current course offerings below.
Infant and Toddler
Fun and Challenging
Child will form attachments to a primary caregiver
Child will test motor skills, moving parts of ones body or moving one’s whole body
Responding to and identifying pictures or photographs
Listening and responding to music
Exploring and imitating sound
Participate in communication give and take
Enjoying stories, rhymes and songs
Discovering object permanence
Exploring objects with hands, feet, eyes, ears, nose
Exploring and noticing how things are the same or different
Anticipating familiar events
Curley’s Kids Care does not permit the use of baby walkers in our infant/waddler/toddler rooms.
An Exceptional Learning Experience
Enroll in this hands-on, innovative class and take part in a unique, challenging learning experience. Our qualified and skilled teachers serve as facilitators in the course, guiding students through exploring and individual learning. Give us a call if you want to learn more, or join one of our free trial classes.
Provide opportunities to develop social skills such as cooperating, helping, negotiation and expressing feelings to others.
To guide children in developing self-control by modeling and encouraging expected behavior and setting clear limits.
Develop an understanding of concepts about self, others and the world around them with a variety of activities and field trips.
Children will be encouraged to make choices and be independent.
Children will be encouraged to think, observe, question and problem solve.
To develop language and literacy through meaningful experience such as listening to stories and poems, acting out stories, dictating stories, seeing classroom charts and other print.
To develop strong auditory/visual discrimination to make comparisons, sort/classify.
To develop math concepts such as: one to one correspondence, equivalency, time concepts, identify numbers.
To recognize name.
Have daily opportunities to use large muscles by running, balancing and jumping, to learn about the outdoor environment and to express themselves freely.
School Age and Summer Program
Recipe for Success
Teachers at Curley's will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to inquire and learn. This class gives our students a chance to apply their unique skills and expand their horizons by learning something new. Hurry up - there are limited places available in this popular class! Give us a call today if you want to learn more.
Promote a climate that fosters a youngster’s self-confidence, persistence and other positive dispositions as learners.
Provide a curriculum that develops a youngster’s skills in all content areas (art, music, science, and physical education).
To promote pro-social behavior (cooperating, negotiating, helping and talking through interpersonal problems) through positive guidance and positive role modeling.
To provide enriching experiences with field trips or on-site speakers, community workers or parents with special interests or talents.
For more information on our courses, rates and availability, feel free to contact us.