The curriculum used in our two-year-old and three-year-old programs provides children with opportunities to experience, explore and learn about the world around them, addressing skills and interests developmentally appropriate for two or three year olds.

Twos Program

Children in our classroom for older two-year-olds are supported through developmentally appropriate experiences and hands-on activities as they learn new physical skills, develop fine and gross motor skills, and meet language, social, and emotional milestones. As they develop an interest in other children and being near them, many opportunities and experiences are provided to allow for social play, both indoors and outdoors. 

Healthy Beginnings and Creative Connections from the Maryland State Department of Education are the foundation for learning in the twos program.

Threes Program

As three-year-olds continue to grow and develop, they are ready for greater opportunities to explore the world. They learn to play and share with each other.

The Investigator Club is a state-approved curriculum program for threes that is aligned to the Maryland Early Learning Standards. The Investigator Club curriculum helps children develop important readiness skills by nurturing each child’s individual needs and encouraging cognitive, physical, and emotional growth through exploration and play.

How to Apply

Daily Instruction

Daily instruction using our integrated curriculum includes:

  • Language and literacy
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social studies
  • Health
  • Art
  • Music
  • Dramatic play
  • Outdoor play/physical education
  • Character education
  • Literature

THEMATIC UNITS
(Used as the Basis for Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Instruction)

My Self

September and October

My Family

November and December

My Community

January and February

My Earth

March and April

My Universe

May