In early childhood education, various kinds of curriculums are referenced to aid the students in the best way. Each teacher has their freedom of teaching. All the study materials are referenced from Jolly Phonics, Literacy By Design, and American Common Core. Students are not required to sit examinations in their early years but they will have to go through two major projects in each academic year.
Jolly Phonics is a fun and child centered approach to teaching literacy through synthetic phonics. With actions for each of the 42 letter sounds, the multi-sensory method is very motivating for children and teachers, who can see their students achieve. The letter sounds are split into seven groups.
Literacy By Design (LBD) is a prepackaged literacy curriculum which is marketed to be an integrated, comprehensive and balanced literacy program for early childhood education. LBD claims to provides teachers with easy-to-follow lessons plans to help students develop into independent learners. By also utilizing a workshop model, Literacy by Design lessons link literacy skills across the curriculum with integrated Science and Social Studies content. This program has been implemented by schools both in the United States and internationally in order to incorporate an integrated curriculum that links to the common core standards. It is one of the many curriculum programs jumping into the market to meet the growing needs of schools who are implementing the Common Core State Standards.
MyMath is made for Student Success. Built around the Standards for Mathematical Practices, McGraw Hill My Math engages students with the focus, coherence and rigor required by state standards. The program has an intuitive lesson format and digital tools to develop customized content. Digital accessibility with any device helps you to plan, sequence, and deliver instruction that works best for your students anytime, anywhere. The McGraw-Hill My Math Learning Solution provides an easy and flexible way to diagnose and fill gaps in understanding so that all students can meet grade-level expectations – and accelerate beyond: