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DIOCESE OF RALEIGH EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY The Diocese of Raleigh Early Childhood Centers believe that a developmentally appropriate Catholic preschool experience provides an environment that allows freedom to play, explore and discover the wonders of God's world in the course of a child-oriented day. We believe children learn most effectively through sensory experiences and activities that stir the imagination and encourage exploration. It is essential for children to develop a well-adjusted sense of self in an environment that affords opportunities to attempt new skills and recognize that learning involves trial and error.
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United Nations Children’s Fund
Regional Office for South Asia
Learning can beMeena is a little girl who lives in a village with her parents, her grandmother, her
brother Raju and her baby sister, Rani. Mithu, the parrot, is her best friend. a
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In many ways, Meena is like any other little girl you know. She is friendly but is not afraid
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Share in Meena’s adventures as she laughs, climbs trees, asks questions and solves
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2Meena and her family often have visitors. That day, Neeta and her daughter Ruby were there.
They did not stay in the village, but had come to spend a few weeks with Neeta’s mother.
3Ruby was missing school, but she did not seem to mind at all.
4Meena was very surprised. She loved her school and so did her brother, Raju. Maybe if
Ruby came to class the next day, she would change her mind.
Meena’s teacher
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5The next day Neeta and Ruby visited the village school. All the children seemed to be
enjoying Teacher’s class very much.
6The class continued outdoors. The children were learning not only by listening but also
by looking and asking lots of questions. Ruby had never seen a class like this before.
7Throughout the day, the children learnt and had fun at the same time. Ruby did not even
realise that she was studying.
8The children helped each other and worked together. It really was fun. And teacher was
always there to help and make them think.
9When the bell finally rang to go home, Ruby did not want to leave. Now she knew why
Meena and Raju loved their school so much!