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Holistic Learning

Wee Learn Curriculum

Weekday Early Education (WEE) Learn, a division of Child Development Education Alliance (CDEA), is dedicated to educating and protecting children. WEE Learn Curriculum is a developmentally appropriate weekday curricula for Christian settings designed for young children ages birth through Pre-K. 

We use a holistic learning  approach to meet the needs of the whole child. We focus on meeting each child's emotional, social, cognitive, and academic development, as well as their physical and mental health.  We provide rich  learning experiences  to ensure that every child reaches their full potential. 

Thematic Learning 

Baby Sign Language

Starting in the infant program, we use the curriculum Baby Sign Language   with the children. Baby Sign Language is incorporated throughout the day with infants and toddlers and not used in a formalized lesson because its purpose is to help our littlest friends have a way to communicate.  Sign Language jumps starts a little's one's language skills  and enhances brain development. 

 The curriculm is themed based and incorporates a weekly Bible story into the theme for all ages. Each week a specific topic is covered, for example: Community Helpers, Zoo Animals, and Pond Life. Thematic teaching  is based on  the idea that children learn best through holistic, real life experiences. This allows the  children to  develop a deeper understanding of a particular topic.


We have a STEM classroom that  our 2 year old's-Pre-K  children utilize everyday.  STEM in early education is an approach to intergrade science, technology, engineering, and math into early learning. This allows  students  to think about the world around them,  focus on their critical thinking skills,  it also allows children to develop creativity, teamwork, and perseverance. The STEM early education can turn students into lifelong learners. 


We are blessed to have a music and movement teacher. She creatively teaches infants- Pre-K. She provides age-appropriate basic music. Children learn to sing as well as exposure to a wide variety of instruments.  Movement class develops both fine and large motor skills while developing their coordination.  Children practice cooperative play through the use of a variety of games and fun events such as Flashlight Safari, Paper Snowball Fight, and Tunnel Town. 

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