Our integrated curriculum system uniquely weaves 33 research-based skills into playful games and discovery projects.
The cross-disciplinary model supports a child’s on-going social-emotional, physical, language and cognitive development.
SEE WHAT CHILDREN LEARN
Children construct knowledge as they play and explore.
Every activity and project integrates 2-3 skills from the domains of learning. Learn more about the domains by clicking on an icon.
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LEARNING IS A PROCESS
The Developmental Continuum
is a map to child growth.
The research-based Developmental Continuum of Skills clearly explains learning benchmarks for children from birth through age eight. Use this chart to understand where your child is developmentally in his learning journey of the 33 skills. The skill numbering system is applied throughout the entire Mother Goose Time curriculum.
AND ALIGNED TO
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Brain and early childhood research provides the groundwork for designing developmentally appropriate and effective experiences for young children.
Research in neurobiology, behavioral science and social sciences have helped us better understand that relationships, cultures and environments dynamically influence a child’s development. As a result, each child grows and learns uniquely.
All Experience Early Learning resources, including Mother Goose Time, integrate the same skills and coding system to cite the learning objectives for a given project or activity. This allows educators to consistently assess skill development across multiple curricular tools.