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What kind of curriculum is Creative Curriculum?
The Creative Curriculum includes developmentally appropriate goals and objectives for children within four main categories of interest: social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language. The social/emotional stage helps promote independence, self-confidence and self-control.
How do you teach creative writing lesson plans?
Activity Instructions Give each student about 5 minutes to think of a story starter. Have them write one to two sentences of their story. Each student must trade their paper with a student. Allow them a few minutes to read the story and write 1-2 more sentences. Continue this process for three more rotations.
How do you explain Creative Curriculum to parents?
The Creative Curriculum® is a play-based learning curriculum that focuses on interest areas and fosters creativity in both children and teachers. Being creative means thinking of new ideas, obtaining information by asking questions, and learning through trial and error.
Why are themes used in curriculum planning?
Lesson Summary Teachers choose themes based on different criteria than ideas being fun and colorful; they want students to think about what they think, or be metacognitive. They look for themes that are important to humanity, can be taught across the curriculum, and are universal.
What are the themes in Creative Curriculum?
Scope: The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool clearly identifies nine areas of development and learning: Social-Emotional, Physical, Language, Cognitive, Literacy, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Studies, and the Arts.
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