The CubbyCase Curriculum

Our curriculum is based on Learning & Developmental benchmarks and concepts inspired by: 

  • Dual Capacity-Building Framework for Family–School Partnerships
    by Karen Mapp, Harvard Graduate School of Education

  • 4C’s Rubrics for 21st Century Skills by Edleader21

  • Social and Emotional Learning, and Approaches to Play and Learning Standards from Massachusetts (2015)

  • Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) from California (2015)

  • Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework (2016)

For every educational product in your CubbyCase, we create a corresponding curriculum card that provides an easy way for parents to engage with the children.

CubbyCase Kids

 

4 Pillars that Guide Us

  • The Joy of Learning Together
At CubbyCase, we value the rewarding benefits of learning as a family. Each product is paired with a CubbyCurriculum that enhances fun and learning!

  • Social-emotional Growth
We promote the development of soft-skills by providing parents with information on soft-skill techniques and best practices that can be applied to play-time with their children. We encourage empathy, growth mindset, generosity, curiosity, compassion and more!

  • Diversity
We strive to select products that range in diversity of skills and fields, as well as products that embrace and promote diverse ideas, people and communities.

  • Simplicity and Accessibility
Our CubbyCurriculum arrives in easy to read and follow activities and learning cards. Each product encourages interaction, engagement and fun together.
 

Our Directors of Curriculum Design

Francesca Barreiro, Ed.M.


FrancescaFrancesca has always been passionate about designing programs that nurture the developing brains of children from birth through the early childhood years. She has years of experience in formal classroom teaching and curriculum design in early elementary grades and completed her Masters in the Mind, Brain and Education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

At Harvard, Francesca focused on translating scientific research into practice, informal learning development and design, and family engagement. Francesca also holds a B.Sc. in Human Development from Cornell.

 

 

 

 

Andrea Zuniga, Ed.M.

Andrea has worked for over almost a decade in community, family and youth
development programs, focusing on arts, writing and creativity. Her work has involved connecting families, teachers and students via academic enrichment and creativity programs in K-12.

She developed programs in youth and family leadership, academic tutoring, and designed curriculum in creative writing for young people's published works. She completed her master program in Education Policy and Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and her B.A. from UCLA.

 
Check out a sample CubbyCurriculum card below!