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Redstone Children Academy uses Experience Early Learning as our foundational curriculum. Experience is a research-based curriculum that supports your child’s rapidly growing curiosity!

Kids in Preschool

New Themes Every Month! 

Why Themes?

Themes help children construct knowledge and build connections through real experiences. Instead of having a day of disjointed activities, themes organize new information around a unified context, which results in a growing web of knowledge. To learn more about our curriculum, Experience Early Learning, click the link below!

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Summer 2024 Themes

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Learning Standards

Please visit to learn more about the curriculum and learning standards used at Redstone Children's Academy.

Our curriculum and assessments focus on 8 main areas of development: Social & Emotional, Physical, Language & Literacy, Mathematics & Reasoning, Social Studies, Science, Creative Exploration, and Spiritual Knowledge & Growth. Keep reading to learn more about each domain.

Social & Emotional

Social-Emotional Development refers to a child’s ability to identify feelings, self-regulate and build relationships. Skills from this domain are integrated into every lesson plan.

Language & Literacy

Language and literacy skills refer to a child’s ability to communicate and connect with others through listening, speaking, reading and writing. We use a literacy-rich curriculum and invites children to ask questions and explore ideas through discussion and dramatic play. Moreover, we encourage children to construct autobiographical narratives in the form of storytelling, journaling and drawing.

Social Studies

Social Studies skills refer to a child’s ability to understand oneself in relation to the world. It includes the exploration of roles, responsibilities and cultural traditions. Our curriculum embraces the research that it is critical to invite children to explore diverse communities, which enables them to integrate commonalities between them and increase respect for differences.

Creative Exploration

Creative development is the ability to respond to experiences by expressing ideas and imagination through music, dance, dramatic play, and art. We use an arts-infused curriculum that allows children to take creative risks, make connections, and explore their curiosity in meaningful ways.


Physical development refers to a child’s gross and fine motor skills. To increase strength, muscle control, and coordination, the child requires adequate nutrition and fitness levels. Our curriculum actively engages a child’s mind and body through multidisciplinary activities that invite children to touch, climb, crawl, and manipulate objects in their surrounding environment.

Mathematics & Reasoning

Mathematics and reasoning skills include a child’s ability to count, understand number sense, manipulate objects, create patterns, sort, compare and measure. Through our curriculum, children develop the ability to reason mathematically and become increasingly sophisticated in the ability to recognize and analyze the mathematics inherent in the world around them.


Science skills include a child’s ability to inquire, predict and evaluate observations. It supports a child’s ability to explore everyday life, physical properties of matter, and to make sense of concepts such as weather, natural habitats, and technology. Our curriculum includes science-based projects and processes throughout every lesson plan because science discovery serves as an ideal conduit for supporting children’s learning across different domains.

Spiritual Knowledge & Growth

Spiritual Knowledge & Growth refers to knowing God, understanding the love He has for all people, and developing a personal relationship with Him. Although we aid children in the process of learning, it is God alone that invites them into a relationship with Him in His perfect timing. This domain is not measurable with human eyes, but only by the One who sees the heart. 


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