WEE Learn Curriculum is framed by theory and philosophy of life. Led by faith and grounded in evidence-based practices, programs using the WEE Learn philosophy and curriculum work to support children and families. Children’s individual differences and learning styles are considered as children learn through play and interactions with supportive early childhood teachers to maximize each child’s learning potential. This thoughtful and well-planned curriculum has a multiple theoretical basis. By blending what is known from Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory, Piaget’s theory of development, Erikson’s stages of development and Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, early childhood teachers prepare individually and age-appropriate experiences for young children.

VPK CURRICULUM-The DLM Early Childhood Express is a holistic, child-centered program that nurtures each child by offering focused, meaningful instruction that is developmentally appropriate. The complete system provides a wealth of English and Spanish materials to help foster the social-emotional, intellectual, and physical development of children.

Focused Instruction
Children learn best by connecting what they know with what they learn. Essential Questions in units connect children to new ideas and understanding.

 Meaningful Instruction
Easy-to-use lessons link essential disciplines to make instruction more relevant and help children recognize patterns in learning.

  • Social-emotional development is addressed everyday through positive reinforcement, interactive activities, and engaging songs to help model and build interpersonal skills.
  • Reading/ language arts lessons are focused on language acquisition which include oral language development and vocabulary activities.
  • Mathematics is based on Building Blocks, the result of NSF-funded research, and designed to develop children’s early mathematical knowledge through various individual and group activities.
  • Science instruction provides students with skills in investigating and observing scientific concepts and methods during weekly science-focused, large-group activities, and Center Time activities.
  • Fine arts provides student opportunities for expressing art, dance, and music
  • Social studies is addressed weekly and allows children to learn about community, history, geography, and citizenship.
  • Physical movement is integrated into each lesson to help each child develop appropriate gross and fine motor skills.
  • Technology skills for the 21st century are incorporated each week with the use of online math activities, computer time, and eBooks.
  • Health and safety lessons help children begin to make good decisions about healthy living and safety. 




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