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Infant Curriculum

The Frog Street Infant curriculum for childcare centers encourages caregiver and child interactions to develop rich oral language and vocabulary as well as strong social and emotional connections. This infant curriculum for 0-18 months includes easy-to-use activities that can be easily incorporated into daily routines to help young children meet developmental milestones.


TODDLER Curriculum

  • Activity choices organized around five developmental domains

  • Differentiated instruction options to meet the needs of all learners

  • Easy infusion into daily routines, such as diaper changing, transitions, and outdoor play

  • Designed to help children move forward in their development
    Frog Street’s toddler and 2-year-old curriculum allows toddlers to build confidence with a special emphasis on social-emotional development, learning impulse control, and developing social skills. Caregivers build trusting relationships with children through one-on-one, partner, and small-group interactions.


Threes Curriculum

This 3-year-old preschool curriculum also balances intentional instruction with child-directed play, and values individual differences. It provides comprehensive, integrated, thematic activities in all disciplines and domains.

HighScope GSRP

pre-k Curriculum

The HighScope Preschool Curriculum is based on more than 50 years of research on early childhood development and has been validated by direct evaluation of the curriculum. Our framework for understanding and supporting children’s learning from ages 3–5 years is based on 58 key developmental indicators (KDIs), which are aligned with national and state early learning standards, Common Core State Standards, and the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework.


conscious discipline


Social and Emotional Learning

The methodology of Conscious Discipline is based in scientific and developmental research. It is recognized by SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

Conscious Discipline creates a compassionate culture and facilitates an intentional shift in adult understanding of behavior via the Conscious Discipline Brain State Model. It then provides specific brain-friendly, research-backed strategies for responding to each child's individual needs with wisdom. This highly effective approach is proven to increase self-regulation, sense of safety, connection, empathy and intrinsic motivation in both children and adults.

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