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Our Curriculum

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The Creative Curriculum

This trusted, theme-based curriculum is used as a framework for developing our daily plans and learning experiences for children and emphasizes that children learn best by doing.

Learning requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn first-hand about the world we live in.


WCCC follows a standard set by The Virginia Department of Education to ensure the best learning experience in our classrooms.

"The Virginia's Early Learning and Development Standards (ELDS) ... focus on five Areas of Development:

  1. Approaches to Play and Learning

  2. Social and Emotional Development

  3. Communication, Language, and Literacy Development 

  4. Health and Physical Development

  5. Cognitive Development (Science, Social Sciences: People, Community and Culture, Mathematics and Fine Arts) "

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There are both teacher-directed and child-directed activities, which are designed to actively engage children in learning and promote their creative expression. Children are engaged in developmentally appropriate activities in both large and small group settings, as well as individual choice times where children can select their own activities.


Each room is designed with learning centers (art, blocks and manipulatives, library, dramatic play, sensory, etc.) from which children choose from a variety of developmentally appropriate activities throughout the day.

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The ultimate goal of our curriculum is to help children become enthusiastic learners.

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