CCP 209: Curriculum for Young Children
This course provides an overview of curriculum for young children from birth to age twelve with emphasis on two through five years old. The focus is on developing multi-cultural/anti-bias curriculum activities that are developmentally appropriate for various ages and stages of development. Experience with children in a group setting during the semester is required. Students with a National CDA certificate may request an override for CCP 132 and CCP 133.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 101 minimum grade "C"; CCP 132 and CCP 133
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