Pre-K Curriculum in Arlington ISD
Arlington ISD’s comprehensive early childhood curriculum is based on the Texas Prekindergarten Guidelines sequenced to follow child development and support pre-K teachers to prepare all children for success in kindergarten. The research-based curriculum integrates instruction across developmental domains (physical development, cognitive development, social and emotional development, and linguistic development) and early-learning disciplines.
Arlington ISD’s high-quality pre-K instructional framework inspires curiosity, builds confidence and kindergarten readiness. The framework provides opportunities for meaningful learning experiences and play-based interactions for all students. Together, the curriculum and framework support personalized instruction to meet the needs of all learners, including English Language Learners and children with special needs.
STEM Starts early in Arlington ISD!
Arlington ISD’s pre-K STEM program (science, technology, engineering, math) offers many opportunities for children to use their minds and hands to play, explore and learn. Pre-K students naturally learn through discovery, so the district’s pre-K STEM program provides many opportunities to explore and discover. It gives them the chance to see how things work together with hands-on, real-world activities. This helps them develop their creativity and sense of wonder, opening their minds to the excitement of learning!
Pre-K teachers in Arlington ISD create lessons that integrate STEM concepts into activities throughout the learning centers and into the curriculum themes. STEM activities support math and science skills while strengthening language skills. The fun STEM curriculum sparks students’ imagination and develops their real-world skills.
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