We use a variety of methods and tools, including observations and developmental checklists, to continuously monitor and support your child’s development. Constant interaction with the children allows teachers to appropriately assess their skills and developmental levels. Developmental checklists help teachers observe, record, and evaluate each child’s skills, knowledge, behaviors, and accomplishments. They reflect common objectives and expectations in classrooms like ours that are structured around developmentally appropriate activities. The behaviors and skills described in the checklists are those considered to be important and developmentally appropriate for children within each age group.
Constant monitoring is the key. You always know how your child is — socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually.