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We don't follow any curriculum. We just try to incorporate shapes colors numbers and letters into daily activities. Like reading books and asking questions while reading (look a yellow flower! Can you point to the yellow flower?) Or count with me. 1 2 3
Hey Jahadah!! I’m a teacher in a daycare and so far what I have seen when I do circle time with my kids I do flash cards every single day 2-3 times a day. Keep doing it as long as your child is in the same room as you with no distractions as the tv on or music. Every kid learns in a different way as long as they are hearing you repeating the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors. You will see in a few weeks he might be telling you almost everything that he knows, Hope this helps.
I’m an elementary teacher so my daughter is in daycare full time. I’m the opposite and wanted a very heavy outdoor play based daycare and didn’t care so much for curriculum. Kindergarten readiness isn’t a thing. I would spend time making learning fun- helping in the kitchen and with cleaning, singing songs and dancing, sensory play, going to the zoo and museums. Rote memorization of letters out of context of sounds and words isn’t really helpful. I say this to parents all the time when their kids just regurgitate multiplication facts but can’t explain why 2 times 3 equals 6. At home with my daughter we do shapes, colors and counting but with corresponding number identification, not just memorizing how to count. I would recommend looking more into Montessori based learning over a curriculum.