The Curious Child Initiative

Children are born with enormous curiosity, an eagerness to learn and a strong will to solve problems. Because of this, they can be very easily taught how to think, learn and behave. These are the principles behind our modules within The Curious Child Initiative for Kindergarten to 2nd graders

An initiative has 3 SERIES => 10 MODULES each => Taught in one hour class over the course of 10 weeks. 

Lesson Plan Sample: How Do You Know

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Program Details

The ENGAGE Series

Week 1: Happy Child
Week 2: Learn To Listen
Week 3: Hear Me Out
Week 4: How Do You Know?
Week 5: Let’s Tell Stories
Week 6: What Do We Do?
Week 7: Simplify Your Speak
Week 8: Read Out Loud
Week 9: My Story
Week 10: Say What?
Week 11: Look Your Best
Week 12: How Can We help?

The ENERGIZE Series

Week 1: Write Right
Week 2: Find Your Voice
Week 3: Try Again Harder
Week 4: Say This Not That
Week 5: Learning Limits
Week 6: Be a Good Friend
Week 7: Read Out Loud
Week 8: Respecting Others
Week 9: Learn Your Adjectives
Week 10: Show and Tell
Week 11: Set Goals
Week 12: Super Heroes

The EMPOWER Series

Week 1: Be Your Best
Week 2: Give Back
Week 3: Make Good Decisions
Week 4: Nature Made
Week 5: Values With Vocabulary
Week 6: Honesty Pays
Week 7: Manage Your Time
Week 8: Team Work
Week 9: Penmanship
Week 10: You Rock
Week 11: Team Work
Week 12: Keynote Speaker

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