Our Childcare Curriculum

In order to strengthen a child’s sense of self-worth, understanding of others needs, and ability to deal with others effectively, Tomorrow’s Future Development Center strives for a sense of community in its program, where children are important members not merely guest. The Center’s administrative staff and faculty members strive to implement the best program possible through the Pam Schiller Curriculum Program.

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The Curriculum Program Includes:

  • Exposing the children to variety of caring adult relationships.
  • Provide hands-on experience and allowing children to explore, design and invent according to their interest, using real tools, and a variety of material with the emphasis on process, not the product, unless it is the child’s objective.
  • Allow children to practice working cooperatively with other in child-initiated and managed projects.
  • By encouraging children to think for themselves and have confidence in their own ideas.
  • Helping children cope with and learn to express their feelings and concerns through discussions about real life issues with emphasis in the child’s ability to reason.
  • Strive to make the child’s day one of joy encouragement and hope.

Daily Learning Tools

  • Good Morning “song” of the day
  • Prayer
  • Daily Exercise
  • ABC Song
  • Classwork
    • Mon-Letter of the Week
    • Tues-Number of the Week/Word of the Week
    • Wed-Shape of the Week/Color of the Week
    • Thurs-Weekly Review Fri-Crafts
  • Outside Play (if weather permits)

Center Based Learning

  • Centers allow children to succeed in accomplishing task-predominantly because they choose the tasks they do.
  • Centers give children opportunities to make decisions and evaluate the consequences of their choices.
  • Centers meet the individual needs of children by allowing them to move about freely without interference from others.
  • Centers provide for a more cooperative environment, less hostile and conflicting environment and give children the opportunities needed to learn by doing.

Daily Schedule

  • 6:00-8:00: Breakfast
  • 8:00-8:45: TV Time(Barney-Channel 8)
  • 9:00: Snack Time
  • 9:30-10:30: Class Time P.E.
  • 11:00: Lunch Time


  • 2:00: Wakeup, Cleanup, Kids Time/Restroom
  • 3:00: Snack Time
  • 3:30-4:45: Crafts, Homework, Music, Outside Etc.
  • 5:00: Dinner
  • 6:00: Close (All shoes are tied and faces are clean.)