Looking to have your curriculum changed or revamped? We work with schools and organizations to update or create new curricula! Whether you’re a preschool, non-profit, day school or an after-school program, we’ll cook up something special just for you.

Curriculum writing includes:

Creation of clear educational philosophy
Full scope and sequence
Learning goals and essential questions
Developmentally appropriate activities
Tools and resources for educators
Custom formatting and graphic design
Training for teachers on how to effectively implement new curricula



Want to learn effective ways to write curricula for your school or organization? Interested in teaching educators how to write curricular maps and lesson plans that are evidence-based, interactive, and align with your school’s mission? We work with schools and educators around the country to provide training on curriculum writing and tailor our services to your school’s needs.

Past topics we’ve covered include:

Introduction on creating a scope and sequence
Toolkit and resources on how to create effective, engaging lessons
Methods for how to effectively assess students’ knowledge
The difference between lesson planning and curricular mapping
Opportunities to receive feedback on ideas and lessons

Educators say…

mag-glass-1“I‘m so glad we hired Rozzy to help revamp our preschool curriculum. We were outdated and really needed a new approach. Rozzy helped us re-brand and really create a curriculum that reflects our educational philosophy and mission!”
– Preschool Director


mag-glass-2“Rozzy’s curricular tools are LOVED by our teachers. We bring Jessica and Allison in each year during staff training so teachers understand how to implement our new programs. Every teacher now feels comfortable creating curricular maps and lesson plans that reflect our school’s mission!”
– Principal


mag-glass-3“My teachers were intimidated when I told them we were going to redo the whole school curriculum. With Rozzy’s help, my teachers felt in control and confident with their writing and decisions. Now, my teachers can rework and update their own curricula for years to come!”
– Early Childhood Director