CDC South Classrooms
Each classroom is led by a group of highly trained teachers. They have all been selected to create a well rounded classroom full of nature, sensory, pre-literature and more. The teachers create personalized curriculums week by week for their rooms based on the children's needs and interests. We provide as many materials and as much opportunity as needed for the children to accomplish what they envision.
Ages 6 weeks - 12 months
The Sprouts classroom is our youngest classroom. The class is led by three amazing teachers. These teachers provide all sorts of new experiences for the children. Activities range from tummy time to sign language to sensory play to hikes around the campus and many more.
Ages 12 months to 24 months old
The Sweetpeas classroom has four wonderful teachers. The teachers help guide the children through a full day of exploration, sensory and interaction with their environment. All the while nurturing self-reliance, empathy and respect for our environment through group and indepedent play. At any given time there is a wide range of activities taking place in the Sweetpea classroom.
Ages 20 months old - 36 months old
The Beanstalk classroom is always full of energy! With our teachers setting up unique and creative activities for the children to delve into, they are constantly busy. Some of the daily activities in this classroom include tiger hunts, hikes, water play, rock climbing, art projects and a wide range of sensory play.
Ages 30 months old - 48 months old
The Snapdragon classroom is constantly in motion. There are four incredible teachers who lead the children through a day full of adventure, literacy, art, science and sensory. The Snapdragon playground changes into a new landscape for the children to explore. Whether they are astronauts colonizing mars or firemen racing to put out a fire, it is a new adventure everyday.
Ages 4 years old - 5 years old
The Redbud classroom is our oldest room. They spend thier time going on hikes, tending to the gardens, working on science and math projects, building literacy skills, creating art and writing elaborate stories to share with their families. Their teachers are always challenging their problem solving skills and helping them accomplish their goals.