Main emphasis of Theme/ Story is Language development and is linked to the world around us and self to the social environment. Science focuses on the learning of earth and its environment. Numerous stories, rhymes, songs, and dramatic play based on themes will enhance your childs learning. Some of the concepts that they will learn in the year are People around us, Animals, Bugs, Seasons, Transport, and Values etc.
Maths is reinforced by number-recognition toys and games. Children continue to enhance their learning with literature that builds math concepts. For instance they read books like A Pair of Socks to recognize the concept of same and different followed with an activity to make a pair of a tray of mixed up socks. This activity helps them learn as well as have load of fun. Experiences like this as well for math manipulative are built-in wherever possible. All this helps integrate children’s learning. Children continue to do finger rhymes so they understand the numbers recognise them and can enjoy their journey into the numbers world.
For Letterland, two more facets are added to the pictograms which form the heart of the Letterland system – handwriting and listening skills. Correct letter formations are introduced in memorable ways through songs and rhymes and children are equipped with a repertoire of words beginning with the different letter sounds.
Music and Movement is an essential part of the curriculum which includes finger rhymes, chants, songs and even playing musical instruments. Our Music and Movement curriculum will help children learn and gain gradual mastery in the musical elements through the movements and songs.
Physical development is very important and our curriculum ensures that children develop their body kin-aesthetic and visual spatial intelligences. We have time for outdoor play which includes sliders, swings, climbers. We also do stretches and cool down exercises in a fun way with children. Children will also learn to play games together inn Nursery.
In Active Learning and Free Expressions they are exposed to Art materials (clay, crayons, markers, paints, collage materials) a creative favourite of most children in this age group. Our teachers will encourage them to express themselves through drawings and art and craft activities, as a precursor to writing.