Individualized Learning

Children learn best when their individual differences are taken into consideration.

Children learn at their own rate. At Cambridge, we support this educational concept with our curriculum and offer Individualized Learning. Through our program materials and through our classroom designs, we strive to create environments that allow children to work side by side while growing at their own rate toward their individualized goals.

Theme Learning

The Cambridge Schools are strongly committed to Thematic Learning. We believe that the thematic approach connects all areas of a child’s development and creates a deeper knowledge and understanding of developmental concepts. While materials within the theme are presented differently to challenge different age groups, all age groups focus on the same theme, creating a community of learners.


Language Arts

Children continue to develop a love and understanding of reading. Books pertaining to each theme are chosen and children are encouraged to recall information from stories, predict what will happen next and ask questions about the books being read. Children are also invited to express themselves through drawing and writing. Basic letter and sound recognition begins the writing process.


“Mathematics Their Way,” provides an activity centered mathematics program for early childhood education. New skills, such as symmetry, measurement and graphing are introduced during large group times. Small group times allow for the mastery of previously acquired skills, such as comparing more and less, bigger & smaller, and patterning.

Science and Social Studies

Science and Social Studies encourage children to delve into the world around them. Using their five senses as tools, children begin to observe, classify and collect information about their world and the people in it. Throughout the year, children explore seasonal changes, such as changes in weather, changes in plant growth and changes in animal behavior. Through Social Studies, children utilize basic map skills to navigate their own states, towns and schools. Exploration of community helpers encourages children to develop their own role in the school community.

Fine Motor and Gross Motor

Gross motor skills are essential for the complete development of a child. The mastery of gross motor skills is promoted through marching, hopping, running, jumping, and dancing. Fine Motor Skills are also essential for the complete development of a child. The mastery of fine mo- tor skills is promoted through cutting, stringing beads and using writing utensils.

Social Skills

Children develop social skills while learning to understand rules and routines, beginning to understand the consequences of their own behaviors, and solving simple conflicts. They learn these skills by identifying and discussing feelings, role playing situations involving conflict, and practicing these skills in their everyday lives.