Kiddies Kollege logo in Washington, DC
 
Address: 1130 Varney St SE, Washington, DC 20032
Email: info@kiddieskollege.org
Coming Soon New Location: 2323 Pennsylvania Ave SE Washington, DC
 
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Child Development Programs in Washington, D.C.

Importance and attention is given to every child who is enrolled at Kiddies Kollege. We believe that once they enter our learning centers, they become our responsibility. It is our goal to ensure that they make the most of the learning programs, activities and peer interactions that Kiddies Kollege offers.

All programs are completed in a fun-filled learning environment that promotes positive experiences for both the child and the parents. Kiddies Kollege programs include:
 

Creative Curriculum

 
Teacher helping toddlers color at daycare - Early Childhood Development in Washington, D.C
 
Kiddies Kollege CDC has utilized the Creative Curriculum for several years. All the teachers as well as some of the Assistant Teachers have attended training to equip them in the actual implementation of the curriculum.

The Creative Curriculum combines both teacher-directed and child-initiated learning, with an emphasis on responding to children's unique learning styles and building on their strengths and interests. Creative Curriculum applies the latest theory and research on best practices in teaching and learning and the content standards developed by states and professional organizations. The teacher's role is clearly defined in connecting content, teaching and learning for preschool aged children. The goals and objectives are linked directly to our valid and reliable assessment instrument.
 
The Creative Curriculum identifies the knowledge, skills, and concepts important for preschool children to acquire in each content area: literacy, math, science, social studies, the arts, and technology.

Key Components:

 
Learning with Fun - Early Education Programs in Washington, D.C
 
Literacy: vocabulary and language, phonological awareness, letters, words, print, comprehension, books and other texts, and sources of enjoyment

Mathematics:
numbers; patterns and relationships; geometry and spatial awareness; measurement; and data collection, organization, and representation

Science:
physical science, life science, and earth and the environment

Social Studies
: spaces and geography, people and how they live, people and the environment, and people and the past.
The Arts: dance, music, drama, and the visual arts

Technology
: awareness of technology, basic operations and concepts, technological tools, and people and technology