CherryCart strongly believes that young children learn effortlessly when presented with the right material and information at the right time. Our innovative and adaptive curriculum nurtures the academic, social, emotional, physical and creative development of the children.
All learning at CherryCart is experiential as we believe in learning through doing. We believe that any kind of learning is the outcome of the actual experience. Concepts are brought alive through auditory and visual experiences that include activities, field trips and constant interaction. We also take the project approach for teaching our preschoolers. The Project Approach involves children in studies of things nearby that interest them and are worth knowing more about. The teacher helps the children plan trips to places where they can do fieldwork and helps them find people to interview who can answer their questions.
The curriculum is divided into “themes” that are carried across learning areas. Monthly & weekly plans ensure that children's skills are developed through activities that build early literacy skills and independence. The creative and innovative worksheets that we provide also supports and enhances the learning process. Using very simple counting, sorting and patterning activities we teach math to our preschoolers allowing them to grasp common math concepts naturally without stress.
Even during the extended day care time, there is interesting curriculum apart from the nap time in the afternoon. Potty training is a huge part of our curriculum! At CherryCart, children develop confidence, self-esteem and respect for themselves and others.
At CherryCart parents are viewed as partners, collaborators in the child's developmental process. Parents are the child's first teacher and therefore we involve parents in every aspect of our curriculum. We endeavor for the maximum parent teacher interaction. The experience is good for both the kid and the parent and there is over-all development focus.