Encouraging meaningful learning activities
Children are like flowers in the garden. They need to be carefully and lovingly nurtured to let them blossom and spread their unique fragrance.
At Pre-School, we believe in nurturing these young minds and help them flourish into holistic and beautiful beings.
Toddlers are inquisitive by nature and they develop their first liaison with initial complex learning at this stage. They have an innate quest for learning by doing things themselves. We cater to their inborn curiosity by providing them with an array of valuable experience in a safe and stimulating ambience.
Our curriculum is a unique blend of three internationally recognized programs - Montessori, Gardner, and Froebel that cater to the enthusiasm of our little learners allowing them to engage in relevant and meaningful learning activities that can be connected to real life. Most of the learning is delivered on an individualized basis through a sequential and scientifically designed material that gives a multi-sensorial experience for their overall development.
Here children can develop their senses and learn through self-directed activities, collaborative play, spatial stimulation, and interactive puzzles. Through our well-planned and harmoniously integrated curriculum, we aim to achieve the cognitive, physical, social, emotional development of our toddlers.
Our teaching methodology and deep immersive learning experiences result in our students being well-prepared to transition to Grade-1.
- Cognitive development of the child
- Social interaction
- Fine motor skills
- Gross motor skills
- Identification of things
- Oratory skills
- Free/imaginative play
- Social etiquettes
- Learning self-care
- Interaction with other Kids
- Uses phonic knowledge to read and write simple regular words.
- Able to use articles and simple sight words.
- Able to build big towers and structures using blocks.
- Develops fine motor skills through threading, jigsaw puzzles, cutting, sticking, and drawing.
- Pegging the pegs in the board according to color, pattern, and sequence.
- Firm grip to hold pencils, crayons.
- Able to color in the given framework.
- Able to use play dough in making shapes and other different forms.
- It can hold scissors and can cut on straight lines. Draw shapes and copy pictures from the board or any other source.
- Able to make collage work for simple pictures.
- Able to use play dough in making shapes and other different forms.Independently able to perform buttoning, knotting, and lacing.
- Able to fold paper independently edge to edge.
- Explores in sandpit by building castles independently.
- Able to draw different shapes and patterns.
- Able to follow the formation of the letter independently.
- Independently able to string the beads with patterns and sequences.
- Able to do hands-on different styles of painting.
- Able to pour into wide-mouth bottles using scoops and spoons and manipulating small tools.
- Able to join dots for a given pattern.
- Able to use a duster.
- They are able to implement good fine motor skills with confidence in their daily routine (e.g. Opening and buttoning, dress and undress....)
- Able to walk sideways, crossing feet with confidence.
- Able to walk on tiptoes.
- Participates actively in creative movement and other daily physical activities like running, jumping, hopping, skipping, climbing stairs, and juggle gym.
- Push and pull, throw, and catch activities.
- Able to throw with a single hand and can catch with both hands.
- Kick the ball with both right and left legs.
- Able to hop over obstacles.
- Jumps up and lands with feet apart or together.
- It uses a range of small and large equipment in their class.
Moves with control and coordination (e.g. Running, jumping...)
- Explores ways of traveling using the body.
- It enters the leaner pool confidently and moves freely in the water.
- Moves confidently around the learner pool, lifting feet off the bottom and putting their face in the water.
- Able to walk on the heel to toe line, forward and backward.
- Able to peddle a tricycle, riding a scooter and bicycle without supporting wheels.
- Able to play independently in the play arena (ex. Slides, swings, jungle gym).
- Can follow and enact the rhymes related to Gross motor skills (ex: hockey Pokey, you put your right-hand in.....)
- Is responsive to stimulation.
- Visual discrimination-primary, secondary and shades of colors.
- Problem-solving skills.
- Contributes to "Circle Time" activities and games.
- Cooperates and to listen carefully to others.
- Shows care and concern for other living things.
- Has a positive approach to activities, events, and celebrations.
- Selects and uses activities and resources independently.
- Shows willingness to tackle problems and enjoys self-chosen challenges.
- Able to explore related to Montessori equipment.
- Able to categorize shape, size, and color.
- Conceptual understanding and responding.
- Thinking and implementing imaginary skills.
- Understand what is right and wrong and why.
- Develops self-respect, confidence, integrity (doesn't take school things home)
- Talks about the events in the past.
- Knows information about themselves; their first name and age; identify body parts and their function.
- Is independent and looks after their own belongings.
- Cares for our surrounding and environment
- Prepares for the transition into the next level.
General Awareness / Concepts
- Knowledge about themselves- their first names, their age, their family, and identifies basic body parts.
- Demonstrates the understanding of care for the natural world.
- Investigates and talks about the characteristics and functions of some common materials and uses these materials safely.
- Performs role play independently
- Conducts simple investigations through free explorations, focused, and guided activity using inquiry.
- Introduces oneself.
- Tries and implements, related to his previous experiences.
- Sorting and matching
- Similarities and differences (Pre-math concepts- more or less, short or long, empty or full, big or small)
- Can recognize the order of numerals
- Recognize the numbers counting 10 and number fact till 10
- Recognition of all three basic shapes Circle, square, and triangle.
- Develops the vocabulary skills to sort, match and sequence and make comparisons between the objects using the criteria of size, color, and shape
- Repeats numbers in the correct order up to 50
- Able to put the numbers in the correct place values
- Counts a collection of objects using 1:1 till 50
- Able to form patterns and sequences using two different shapes and color
- Able to recognize more shapes (like rectangle, oval and rhombus)
- Develops pre-maths skills more and less, equal to, up and down, in and out, far and near, full and empty, same and different
- Listens, responds, and interacts.
- Able to form words and simple sentences.
- Able to write sentences and paragraphs by seeing.
- Writing words with pictures.
- Able to blend 2-3 letters sounds using vowels. (E.g. At, an, ap, ag…)
- They are aware of vowels, sight words, articles, and positional words.
- Able to frame short stories using pictures.
- Develops and awareness and respect for languages other than English.
- Reads and range of familiar and common words and write simple sentences independently.
- Able to write their own names.
- Able to contribute words or sentences during group work.
- Able to label the objects around him.
- Able to understand two different languages spoken.
- Able to understand and follow instructions.
- Repeats words and phrases from familiar stories or songs.
- Uses sounds or gestures to initiate communication.
- IS a confident speaker in their chosen language.
- Expresses familiar events, objects, or people found at home and at school in the chosen language.
- Verbally initiates and maintains conversations with children or adults in their chosen language.
- Makes eye contact when spoken to.
- Able to associate the picture with its sound.
Very Good School, teaching is concept based, kids are able to learn fast because content can change but the concept remains the same. Teachers are excellent they know about the strengths and weaknesses of each and every child. I wish the school will grow and flourish more and more in the future.