Curiosity Corner Interactive
Curiosity Corner Interactive is an enhancement and adaptation of the research-proven Curiosity Corner comprehensive early years programme. It was developed in partnership with Concordia University in Montreal and the Success for All Foundation-US.
Curiosity Corner Interactive is delivered on interactive whiteboards, and features engaging activities and games that help children learn language, literacy, and mathematics skills, and science and humanities thematic concepts. The programme also includes an interactive parent–child component, with a CD that children take home featuring the interactive stories and rhymes they have participated in at nursery.
The IEE ran a pilot of the programme during the 2011/2012 academic year. The project team was Bette Chambers and Louise Tracey.