Curriculum invites children to explore their world in multiple ways. Sensory stimulation is rich and triggers investigations into themes and topics. Curiosity and interest set the tone for questions and discoveries.
The curriculum is based on age-specific learning outcomes. Learning is child-centric. The focus is on the unique interests, abilities, learning pace and style of each child. Learning is made authentic and meaningful through experiences derived from the student’s interactions with nature, people, objects and experiences. An understanding of the social and cultural contexts to which children belong give clues to their emotional, cognitive and social needs, and help teachers create a truly unique multicultural learning environment.
- Focus on Learning – Scribbling, Making Music, Fun with Sand, Playing with Blocks, Art and Craft, Singing and Dancing, Playing with Clay, Learning shapes, Learning Colors, Coloring pictures.
- Focus on Activities – Exercises and Games, Skating, Computers, Story Telling, Around the Kitchen, Around the Garden, Role plays, Puppet Shows, Fun @ Splash Pool, Cooking without Fire, Understanding Nature
- Outings – Visits to Museums, Parks, Departmental Stores, Fire Station, Post Office.
- Multimedia based learning – Rhymes, Stories, Identifying Shapes, Farm Animals, Every Day Objects, Foods, Vegetables, Vehicles, Festivals, Introducing new concepts.
Focus on Social Growth –
Large Group Activities like: Assembly, Dance, Mango, Toy Parties, Etc., Celebrating Festivals
Medium Group Activities like: Daily Meals – Introducing Table Manners, Singing with Synthesizer, Birthday Parties – Sharing and celebrating with peer group
Small Group Activities like: Learning computers, Skating Lessons
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