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Our Curriculum

Children absorb everything. Every experience is a contribution to the personality being developed. Through continuous guidance and activities, our staff members facilitate the development of character traits like respect, obedience, honesty, self-control, fairness, confidence, and caring. We want the children to have a strong foundation on which to build. Skyers believes that the source of this strength is from a strong mind, body, and soul. They need to be well rounded individuals to be ready for the big world waiting for them. 

The children are taught through games, music, dance, poetry, art, activity sheets, and much more. Hands-on experiences are very important. Everyday experiences and activities contribute to the children’s social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development. Developmental stages are determined on an individual basis, because each child learns at a different pace. When they leave Skyers Child Development Center, your children will not only be well learned academically, they will also be socially and emotionally ready for kindergarten.

Creative Curriculum

The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool is a program that "reflects the beliefs of psychologists Jean Piaget and Jerome Bruner. It professes that the structure and level of learning activities must be geared to the child's developmental level."  "This curriculum is promotes exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills."

The Creative Curriculum's Goals are to:

  • Develop each child’s ability to make choices and decisions about what to do and how to do it, using his or her own time and energy effectively.

  • Develop each child’s self-discipline and ability to identify, pursue, and complete goals and tasks with originality and responsibility.

  • Develop each child’s ability to work with other children and adults in group planning, cooperative efforts, and with shared leadership.

  • Develop each child’s knowledge of objects, skill in the arts, and comfort with physical movement.

  • Develop each child’s ability to exercise thoughts, ideas and feelings, to speak about, dramatize, and graphically represent experiences in order to communicate with others.

  • Develop each child’s ability to comprehend others spoken, written, dramatic, and graphic representations.

  • Develop each child’s ability to apply his or her reasoning abilities to a wide range of situations, using a variety of materials.

  • Develop each child’s creativity, initiative, spirit of inquiry, and openness to knowledge and the viewpoints of others.

  • For more information on the curriculum, click here.


Infants (0-12mnths)

Infants are provided plenty opportunity to explore and discover. Strong bonds are built as the teachers sing, cuddle, and talk to your babies.


Toddlers (1-2yrs)

Toddlers begin to develop skills that assist in their leasing of self, friends, and their surroundings.


Preschool (2-5yrs)

In preparation for Kindergarten, preschoolers learn basic reading, writing, and numbers. Experiences are provided to develop social, emotional, and physical skills.

After School (5-12yrs)

Students have the chance to unwind from their school day, however homework is encouraged. After schoolers are kept stimulated with various activities.


Summer Camp (5-12yrs)

Summer camp creates memories.  After the school year,
it is important for your child to explore and discover the outdoors, as well as build lifelong friendships.


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