Our preschool curriculum, which adjust easily for children ages 3-5 is a high-quality, professionally and skillfully developed curriculum that provokes eagerness for learning and builds school readiness skills. This curriculum offers strategies and a fundamental approach when teaching children with various developmental needs, experiences, and diverse culture. Activities and assessment materials are aligned with early learning standards.
For our preschool age children, some home child cares and many centers are now employing select activities, programs, and promotions initiated by the organization, Ready at Five. They have partnered with a host of educational associations that promote and support advanced school readiness. Time 2 Explore has not only embraced this concept of uniting education, business, and communities to advance and benefit the early learning and development of young children – but has taken ‘Scholastic Readiness’ to the next and optimum level. This exclusive T2E program is called Jacob‘s Ladder.
Jacob‘s Ladder, a 7 level academic program, removes common child care / preschool ‘ceilings and walls’ – all learning restrictions and barriers – and both allows and encourages all children regardless of their age – to advance at their own PASE. Therefore progress occurs at optimum levels, as quickly or as slowly as they able – depending on the specific phase they may be, within the early childhood development process. And unlike just ‘being ready’ for Kindergarten at 5 years of age, Jacob’s Ladder children are provided the ability to ‘climb up’ 7 rungs or levels – with each level equivalent to the academic performance of a child who excels at that age – 1 through 7. As a result, if the best or optimal progress for a child is to advance at the normal rate and be ready to excel in Kindergarten between the ages of 5 and 6, great. However, if your child is already at that level at age 4 – then we will continue with their advanced learning progress – and have them academically Grade 1 or even 2 ‘ready’ (levels 6 and 7) in some or most of the 33 educational categories.