A Childcare Facility Focused on Helping Children Succeed through Learning. Exploration and Fun!
Our curriculum is based on the knowledge that young children learn in an active, exploring, challenging, and an educational environment. Creating Memories Children’s Learning Center, Inc. (CMCLC) uses Houghton Mifflin and Macmillan/McGraw-Hill in our classrooms. Both of these educational curriculums are approved by the State of Maryland and are recognized as industry leaders in providing the best quality programs for young children. The curriculum provides teachers with classroom set-up, classroom interactive learning centers, and daily lesson plans for all elements of learning.
Our environment supports learning as a process and using positive encouragement, places more importance on the act of doing than the outcome. Our classrooms are set-up in interactive centers that offer children opportunities to investigate their surroundings, interact with each other, and experience learning adventures in a fun and dynamic setting. We incorporate materials into the classroom that encourage language development, literacy, math, science, social studies, creative arts, music, cooking, computers, social and emotional development, reading and writing, dramatic play, and free play. We teach children about topics that they can relate to, interests them, and that they can use throughout their lives. Our many themes are designed for children to gain
effective tools and knowledge for everyday life.
Our childcare and learning programs help children expand on what they already know, build new skills, and develop ideas that could lead them to a new learning experience. We thrive on children being curious, asking questions, and taking an active role in their learning journey. We allow children to make small age appropriate choices that will help them to grow. The wonderful teachers at CMCLC spend time working with each child to ensure they are excelling at their own pace, they are comprehending what is being taught, and that the activities are modified for each child’s developmental and learning abilities.
We are currently enrolling for 2019 and excited to have new families join our childcare and learning center. Call today!
Important Childcare and Learning Goals of the CMCLC Curriculum Include:
- Help the child develop self-esteem and self-confidence, which provides them the tools to make good choices and decisions throughout life;
- Help the child develop readiness for school skills;
- Help the child develop intellectual curiosity, educational skills, problem solving and learning through his or her own efforts;
- Help the child control their behavior in a social setting;
- Help the child develop and express their feelings;
- Help the child learn to respect and value individual, cultural, ethnic and racial diversity;
- Help the child with the development of their emotional, physical, educational, social and cognitive growth;
- Provide a program that is memorable, provides lots of smiles and fun for each child everyday!
Give your child the best early learning opportunity, and the skills and developmental tools to succeed by completing our online Interest Form to schedule a tour or learn more about CMCLC!
The Creative Memories Children’s Learning Center offers programs for infants to children who are 12 years old. Each program offers a rich curriculum catered to the development of individual student needs and appropriate age classroom instruction.
Learn more about CMCLC educational and learning programs below.
INFANT - 4S PROGRAM
Our Infant through 4’s classroom has a developmental curriculum that is followed with theme months or developmental steps and begins the foundation for learning with circle time and workbook activities.
4S - 5S PROGRAM
CMCLC’s Pre-K program introduces children to reading, writing, comprehension, math, science and social studies skill in an interactive and hands-on learning experience through play and exploration.
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL
Our before- and after-school program is designed to allow children to explore, experience, interact and share in mindful and physical activities that build on their educational experience.