Discover the power of curiosity and authentic learning experiences! We focus on concrete, complex learning that starts with what children know. Our 3 E's Educational Philosophy encourages the amazing curiosity of each child.

Our Educational Philosophy
The Three E's

The basis for our educational approach is the unlimited potential of young learners and their capacity for knowledge. We don't set limits on what children should know or are "ready for" and believe that rich, purposeful content is the foundation for learning. Creative World Curriculum integrates three core approaches to learning, or what we call The Three E's.


Education Station

Thinking + Questioning = Learning
We stay on the cutting edge of best practices in Early Education, understanding that each child is unique in their development and learning processes. Many programs try to educate young children in ways that are more suited to adult learners. Academic programs that rely on rote learning and expect children to memorize and practice drills are actually reminiscent of the way our grandparents were schooled and don't inspire a love of learning! Every day in our schools, children participate in experiences that promote their cognitive, social, and physical development. Instead of merely considering a checklist of accomplishments, we combine experiential activities and interesting content to educate every child to reach their potential.

Exploration Station

Hands-On Discovery of Our World
Our curriculum values the child and the teachable moment by creating opportunities for children to explore in different ways. We incorporate open-ended engagements to allow space for children to wonder, to be curious, to problem solve, and to experiment with their world. Open-ended materials are full of potential and different uses and allow children to engage with them in a variety of ways. It is the unintended draw of the cardboard box over the toy inside. The box can be a tunnel, a car, or something to push and pull. As children are exploring, our teachers are there as facilitators observing, extending their play, and planning how to use their exploration to further their learning. Incorporating child directed explorations maximizes children's interest, reduces their frustration, and helps them develop important social skills as they interact with their peers and their teacher.

Enrichment Station

The Spark That Inspires Imagination
An essential component of our approach is the way we add value to children's learning through enrichment. Children's curiosity is sparked by the ways our teachers add new experiences to their environment and new content to their understanding of the world. Anyone visiting our schools is immediately amazed by the organization of our classrooms and the variety and amount of equipment and educational opportunities the children have available to them. Each week, we build on this foundation by bringing in new materials and opportunities so there is something fresh to discover. Enrichment allows us to offer children new invitations that extend on their interests and the content of their learning.