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The HighScope Curriculum's central idea is that children are active learners. In order to gain a deeper understanding of concepts, teachers include five ingredients of active learning: materials, manipulation, choice, child language & thought, and adult scaffolding. Through the use of these ingredients, children gain knowledge in the following content areas:

  • Approaches to Learning
  • Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development and Health
  • Language, Literacy, and Communication
  • Mathematics
  • Creative Arts
  • Science and Technology
  • Social Studies
  • English Language Learning
Preschool CurriculumAges 4 - 6
Infant-Toddler CurriculumAges 0 - 3

Partners for a Healthy Baby

Partners for a Healthy Baby is a research-backed curriculum for parents and children spanning from prenatal to 36 months. Lessons include categories such as family development, maternal & family health, preparing & caring for baby, and child development. Family Educators facilitate these lessons in the privacy and comfort of participants' homes.
Florida State University Center for Prevention & Early Intervention Policy

Social & Emotional Tools

Second Step & DECA

Second Step is a social-emotional supplemental curriculum. Weekly themes help teach skills for learning, empathy, emotion management, friendship skills & problem-solving, and preparing for transitioning to kindergarten.

The Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) is a strength-based assessment and planning tool that focuses on strengthening children’s resilience. Teachers and parents complete the assessment, goals are written, and progress is shared with families at conferences.