WEE Learn

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Weekday Early Education (WEE) Learn, a division of Child Development Education Alliance (CDEA), is dedicated to educating and protecting children. WEE Learn Curriculum is a developmentally appropriate weekday curricula for Christian settings designed for young children ages birth through Pre-K.

WEE Learn is grounded in evidence-based practices. Programs using the WEE Learn philosophy and curriculum work to support children and families. Children’s individual differences and learning styles are considered, as they learn through play and interactions with supportive early childhood teachers to maximize each child’s learning potential.

WEE Learn is a curriculum that supports best practice and has been cross-referenced with multiple State’s Performance Standards.

The early years are an important period of development. During these early years, children learn best through active, engaged, meaningful experiences. Through these experiences, young children construct their own knowledge by interacting with their environments and others. Specifically, it is in pre-kindergarten through third grade that children learn to read and write, acquire a basic understanding of content areas, and develop important dispositions toward learning. Researchers and educators agree that quality early care and education provides an invaluable foundation for later school and work success. Whether with parents, relatives, or teachers, young children need stimulation and nurturing to support appropriate physical, social, emotional, cognitive and language development.

This curriculum guide covers the following:

  • Targeted Skills Activities
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Alphabet Knowledge
  • STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
  • Recipes and Sensory Play
  • Unit Vocabulary and Compound Words
  • Additional Skills and Activities
  • Child Engagement and Character Development
  • Accommodations for Children with Special Needs
  • Accommodations for English Language Learners