CC’s Learning Center Inc. Curriculum

CC’s Learning Center Inc. provides a developmentally appropriate curriculum. Our program provides hands-on activities and learning experiences in the following developmental areas:

Language and Literacy

  • Writes first name
  • Introduction to the writing process (scribble/drawing)
  • Recognizes and writes most letters of the alphabet
  • Matches sound to letters
  • Emergent reading and reading comprehension
  • Listens to and can discuss a variety of literary texts representing diverse cultures, perspectives, and ethics
  • New vocabulary through listening to a variety of texts in multiple areas of the program
  • Demonstrates understanding of the literal meaning of a story through questions and comments
  • Make predictions by examining the title, cover, and illustrations
  • Recalls the sequence of the story by sequencing the main events
  • Critical thinking to predict outcomes
  • Retells facts from text and sequences events
  • Understands the concept of time: yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Uses new vocabulary and grammatical construction in own speech
  • Identify rhythms and patterns of language, including rhyme and repetition
  • Understands and follows oral directions


  • Recognize colors and color words
  • Recognize simple and repeating patterns
  • Sort by a given attribute
  • Explore relationships by comparing groups
  • Recognize, describe, and identify common shapes in the environment
  • Describe objects according to size, length, height, weight, and placement
  • Tell position by using descriptive words
  • May count and write numbers 0-30
  • Introduction to addition and subtraction
  • Measure lengths of objects with formal and informal measurements
  • Compare quantities of many objects
  • Apply a strategy to solve a problem, I.e., draw a picture, guess, and check
  • Create sets with more (less) and equal numbers by matching
  • Organization of mathematical thinking to use information
  • Able to present ideas with words, visual, auditory, and displays
  • Reasons mathematically to evaluate skills
  • Can compare and contrast many objects
  • Demonstrates the use of many forms of measurements
  • ​Able to recognize and identify simple shapes


  • Explores plants, animals, and human life cycles
  • Recognizes the needs of living things
  • Observes and describes characteristics of both living and non-living things
  • Recognizes the five senses
  • Understands the body parts that utilize the five senses
  • Recognizes properties such as color, size, and shape, compares weight, texture, and temperature
  • Describes weather and appropriate habitats and needs
  • Becomes aware of and engages in the investigative process
  • Inquire based learning
  • Describes, compares, sorts and classifies, and orders
  • Explores and engages in the discovery and critical analysis of new ideas

Physical Wellness

  • Develop gross motor skills (running, jumping, kicking, catching, throwing, etc.)
  • Develop control of body and movements
  • Improved hand-eye coordination
  • Participate in age-appropriate athletic activities
  • Play and cooperate with others
  • Establish good health and nutrition

Social Studies and Social DevelopmentSOCIAL STUDIES

  • Generates and follows classroom rules, such as taking turns, walking inside, listening to instructions, being polite, etc.
  • Identifies and discusses responsibilities and choices in the classroom and a family system
  • Identifies and demonstrates appropriate social skills, such as listening to others, settling disagreements, and taking turns
  • Recognize that maps are models of places
  • Recognize parts of the Earth, ie, where we live
  • Understands the location of the city, state, country 
  • Set a purpose for reading the text and answer questions (what if, why, and how) in writing


  • Take turns, cooperate, and interacts positively with friends
  • Follow directions, can make good choices, and displays character-building traits
  • Can learn manners and have respect for diversity both inside and outside of the classroom
  • Verbally express feelings and behaviors
  • Engage in question-and-answer dialogue with peers, parents, and teachers
  • Work collaboratively on class work or problem-solving
  • Demonstrates the ability to work as a group 
  • Emphasis on character development, moral awareness, and respect for diversity.

Art & MusicART

  • Explore various art techniques
  • Trace and copy patterns, shapes, forms
  • Express their creativity, thoughts, and ideas
  • Create pictures with or without representation
  • Use various media such as paint, stamps, markers, crayons, pencils, glitter, clay, etc.
  • Experiment with colors through painting, coloring, drawing, etc.
  • Develop and fine-tune motor skills


  • Use and learn about musical instruments
  • Use simple instruments and body for music
  • Learn how to mimic the rhythm and beat
  • Explore the tempo, tone, rhythm, beat, and volume of sounds
  • Listen to and respond to music from different genres
  • Develop an appreciation of music
  • Participation and choice in music selection

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