Midland Cooperative curriculum is 100% play based. We understand that our youngest learn best in an environment where they can be active and creative explorers. We achieve this by providing opportunities in play that help them be confident about what they can physically do, help them acquire learning skills by solving problems and asking questions, help develop language and communication skills, develop independence and self-control, provide social interactions and experience being part of a group.
Our curriculum sets goals in the specific areas of:
- To help children increase their large and small motor skills.
- To help develop coordination.
- To feel confident about what they can physically do.
- Cognitive / Intellectual
- To help children become confident learners by letting them try out their own ideas.
- To let them experience success.
- To help them acquire learning skills by solving problems and asking questions.
- To develop language and communication skills to express ideas and needs.
- Language / Communication
- To help children develop language and communication skills to express ideas.
- To help children use words to express their feelings, needs, and wants.
- To help children develop new vocabulary.
- To help children experience pride.
- To help children experience self-confidence.
- To help children develop independence and self-control.
- To help children develop a positive attitude towards life.
- To help children feel comfortable in school.
- To trust the new environment.
- To make new friends.
- To feel a part of a group.
If you are interested in one of our scholarships or if you have questions, please contact us.