Our Curriculum

Frog Street and Early Literacy and Learning Model/Plus

Frog Street Infant Curriculum

Frog Street infant is designed around the latest early brain research and includes 264 domain-based activity cards specifically designed for little ones 0-18 months. The program is designed to equip caregivers to foster essential growth and build a strong learning foundation.

It offers child-centered intentional activities. Easy-to-follow ideas presented on 5” x 8” cards can be easily incorporated into daily routines to help young children meet developmental milestones. Cards are color-coded by 5 essential learning domains: · 1) Physical Development; 2) Cognitive Development; 3) Language Development; 4) Social Emotional Development and 5) Approaches toward Learning, resides in and throughout other domains. Each domain includes activities for four age ranges:  0-3 months; 3-6 months; 6-12 months; 12-18 months.

Frog Street Toddler Curriculum (18 months to 36 months)

It is designed around the latest brain research and includes 52 weeks of easy-to-use activities created specifically for little ones 18-36 months old. The program is designed to equip caregivers to foster essential growth, meet the needs of all learners, and embrace the joy of learning each day!  The 5 learning domains are the following: Language Development, Cognitive, Physical Development, Social Emotional Development, and a fifth domain, Approaches toward Learning, resides in and throughout other domains. 

Differentiated Instruction
Children are at many different developmental levels during the period of growth from 18-36 months of age. Frog Street offer opportunities to meet the needs of all learners by offering “Adaptations” for less mature or developmentally delayed learners and more challenging activities for ready learners.

Frog Street Three-Year-Old Curriculum

Three-year-old are special! They are transitioning from parallel play to interactive play, and their language capacity is blossoming. They are becoming much more mobile, and they are learning to show genuine affection and concern for their peers.

Frog Street Threes meets the specific needs of three-year-old in key areas of development:

1.Social Bridge

  • Interactive play
  • Sharing
  • Caring
  • Following through on commitments

2.Literacy Development

  • Engaging read-aloud
  • Vocabulary development
  • Formal introduction to the alphabet
  • Phonological awareness
  • Writing and fine motor skills

3.Fondamental Math

  • Attributes 
  • Classification 
  • Patterns 
  • One-to-one correspondence
  • Order
  • Numeration
  • Logical reasoning & problem solving

Frog Street Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum

Frog Street Pre-Kindergarten is a comprehensive, dual language program designed to meet the needs of diverse learners while supporting 10 learning domains. Frog Street Pre-Kindergarten is organized around 9 thematic units integrating

  • Literacy
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Social-Emotional Connections
  • Technology
  • Assessment
  • Family engagement

It also pairs intentional instruction with meaningful opportunities for children to engage and interact through hands-on explorations.

The Early Literacy and Learning Model/Plus (ELLM/Plus) is a research-based, comprehensive curriculum for 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old preschool children that has been proven to be effective improving children’s early reading achievement in an experimental study. The literacy-focused curriculum builds children’s cognitive development through literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, the arts, motor experiences, and physical health. Children’s acquisition of important cognitive and social/emotional development is facilitated through interactions with supportive teachers and other adults who encourage children’s curiosity, persistence, and creativity by planning and implementing engaging activities and providing support during learning experiences. ELLM/Plus is designed to expand children’s vocabularies and refine their understanding and comprehension of words they know and use. This curriculum was created to improve reading among children, particularly those children who come to school under prepared.

The Objectives of ELLM/Plus are to:

  • Increase achievement of 3, 4, and 5-year-old children, with special attention to at-risk children.
  • Translate research findings into usable information
  • For educators and others involved in the care and instruction of young children.
  • Provide regular and ongoing literacy training to all participants.