Three- and four-year-olds are naturally very curious about the world around them, and the curriculum has been designed to give them plenty of hands-on opportunities to explore their world. Letters are introduced through air writing, sponge writing, and blackboard writing. According to the EVS projects on transport, sense organs, plants, and animals, visits are planned.
Things we cover in our pre-primary curriculum –
- Concept Understanding
- Focus on Enhancing the child’s handwriting skills
- Enhancing Communication Skills
- Memorizing Rhymes and Jingles
- Learning with the joy of Playing
- Extracurricular activities for developing Practical Approach
- Teaching better Reading Skills
- Exploring the worlds of EVS and Mathematics
Show and Tell Activity based on the letter of the week enhances the confidence of the little ones and leads to a better understanding of the letter. Learning languages, Mathematics, and number work primarily focus on developing cognitive skills.
Children learn to sort, compare, assimilate, observe, and infer. Indulging in several activities helps in the development of dealing with things emotionally.
Kids in the Kitchen Activity makes our budding learners independent and enhances their fine motor skills. Drawing and coloring, cutting, and craft activities focus on developing fine motor skills.
Circle Time has been introduced, during which there is storytelling through finger puppets and general conversation with the kids. Storytelling, picture reading, picture-story composition, rhymes, learning of CVC words are activities designed.
Activities like tennis, P.T., Taekwondo, and skating predominantly focus on developing gross motor skills. Curriculum in Class I is Activity-based, and the use of the Education kit enhances the comprehension and thinking skills of the students. Assignment Booklets have also been prepared to supplement the students’ learning and broaden their horizons. Visits to places are planned according to EVS topics. Evaluation is a general but continuous process.