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World of Wonders

Our preschool teachers are excited to pilot a new preschool curriculum this year. The World of Wonders curriculum provides developmentally appropriate instruction in all areas of development with an emphasis on socio-emotional development. The World of Wonders aligns with the Wonders curriculum used in all of our kindergarten classrooms and will help prepare our preschool students for the high standards of kindergarten.

Hampton-Brown Avenues

The N-MUSD Preschools implement the Hampton-Brown Avenues Pre-K English Language Development Program to provide developmentally-appropriate, systematic support for oral language development of children who have a first language other than English. Each Avenues Pre-K unit promotes concepts, vocabulary, language function, and language pattern with songs, chants, big books, and Lizzie the Language Lizard puppet. 

The Center on the Social-Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) Strategies

The Center on the Social-Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL), at Vanderbilt University, is focused on promoting the social-emotional development and school readiness of young children, birth to age 5 with research-based strategies. All of our N-MUSD Preschool Teachers have been trained in CSEFEL strategies for preschool classrooms. These strategies address: Building Relationships and Creating Supportive Preschool Classroo Environments; Embedding Opportunities to Build Friendships into Daily Routines; Using Children's Literature to Support Social-Emotional Development; Helping Children Learn to Share; Helping Young Children Control Anger and Handle Disappointments; and Observing and Addressing Challenging Behaviors.