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Creating Positive Behavior

teacher hugging kidsAny parent knows that young children may sometimes behave in a challenging way, through defiance, aggression, or hurtful words. This may be because they haven’t yet learned the social, emotional, language, and cognitive skills to express themselves in a more positive way.

At Creative Kids, challenging behavior is a learning opportunity. In turn, we give teachers tools for Positive Behavior Support.


myPathOur exclusive myPath app gives teachers ideas to guide children toward positive behavior that they’ll carry for life.

 

myPath is a Great Classroom Resource

  • myPath has many age-appropriate tips that teachers can employ to assist children as they develop positive behavior through social, emotional, language, and cognitive growth.
  • Through current and trusted research, we ensure that all our developmental strategies are effective and well vetted.
  • myPath gives teachers strategies that target a child’s specific needs and behaviors.
  • myPath ensures teachers have innovative methods for encouraging and empowering positive behaviors daily.

Our Curriculum

Active learning is the foundation of our HighScope educational philosophy. Everything we do in the classroom is directly inspired by this philosophy and we employ hands-on learning experiences to deliver this curriculum. We also encourage children to plan their own activities, independently engage, and reflect on their experiences afterward.

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Teaching at Creative Kids

Dedicated. Caring. Highly trained. Our educators are all these things and more. Here, teachers will provide your child with personalized attention. We embrace a Cycle of Intentional Planning to ensure customized educational experiences.

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