The curriculum at Cornerstone Cooperative Preschool emerges from the interests and needs of the children. It is structured to provide a balance of individualized and group exploration, discovery and discussion, active and/or quiet play, and large-motor or small-motor activities.
Children investigate projects that pique their interest, explore teacher-prepared center-based activities, such as the dramatic play area, art projects, easel painting, playing with small manipulative toys or puzzles, listening to a story, or building with blocks.
Our mornings include group circle time, story time, music and drama. Time is spent outdoors riding tricycles and cars, playing on the play structure, in the sand box and digging for worms, dinosaur bones or bugs in the garden.