Classrooms and Curriculum

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Infant

Toddler

Preschool

Green Village Children’s Academy’s infant rooms are safe and supportive of infants’ well-being, while stimulating their physical, cognitive development through play. The infant rooms are designed to meet every individual babies’ needs. We provide personalized plans that are designed to give your baby the very best care possible. Our curriculum for infants is based on the principle that infants learn best through hands-on experience with their caregivers and developmentally appropriate activities. During active learning time, GVCA’s infants are encouraged to explore their world around them through play. Our classrooms are equipped with a variety of developmentally appropriate toys for your little ones to play and learn with. We are also a literary based school which means our infants are read and sung to daily.

In the Green Village Academy toddler rooms, our toddlers are typically full of energy, curiosity and are developing their own independence. Our curriculum reinforces that sense of independence for our toddlers. Our teachers provide exciting and challenging activities for our toddlers, while supporting and meeting important developmental milestones. A typical day would consist of: teacher directed activities, center time, large group time, which includes stories and songs, lunchtime, naptime, outdoor and active play.

Green Village Academy preschool rooms are based on developmentally appropriate hands on engaging experiences for eager and curious preschoolers. Our curriculum is the foundation of our classroom experiences. GVCA teachers design environments that are enticing, dynamic, nurturing and rich with creative learning opportunities. Our preschoolers are active participants in their own learning experiences. They are encouraged to ask questions, experiment, collaborate and navigate through inviting centers that include the sensory table, easel and art dramatic play, math and science manipulatives. Literacy is also a key component, and children are read to and are also encouraged to read independently daily.