Texas School Ready
TSR curriculum is a thematic curriculum based on the philosophy that children learn best through hands-on activities that address the needs of the whole child. With a balance of child-initiated and teacher-facilitated activities, TSR uses themes to introduce information. Learning takes place as a child explores and manipulates real objects and events.
As they eagerly learn to be independent, toddlers are developing new skills like walking, talking, and self-discovery. Our curriculum encourages discovery by building vocabulary and exploring imagination.
The independent streak they developed as toddlers continues as always on the go two-year-olds begin to learn on their own. We provide a rich learning environment where we expand our vocabularies, express creativity, and safely discover the world around us.
"I can do it!" We build on our new confidence through integrated, hands-on activities. We use experimentation and exploration to build higher-level thinking, language, math, social, and motor skills.
Fours and Up
Your child receives a complete phonics course, giving them a foundation to "sound out" nearly any unknown word with ease. Most of our children are reading independently prior to Kindergarten. The curriculum includes math, science, writing, social studies and reading.
Movement and ExerciseWe have an in-house developed program designed to promote exercise and wellness amoung young children. Activities are designed to:
Starting at age 3, children learn the basics of computers such as terminology, computer etiquette, mouse control and opening and closing programs. Children will also exercise their skills on self-paced learning games focusing on math and phonics.
Mr. Chris, the Music Man, comes bi-weekly to teach and entertain the children with songs and instruments. Use of recorded music is encouraged in all age groups. The older children have formed a choir and are taught Christian based songs and seasonal songs.
Contact Castleglen about fees for any of the following programs:
Parents Night Out
Each month, Castleglen gives parents a little time to reconnect. Parents’ Night Out is offered once a month, generally on the second Friday. Hours are from 6:30 to 11:30 and dinner is provided for the children as well as planned activities. State required adult to child ratio will be maintained.