The curriculum at our Pre-school uses the multiple intelligences approach, emphasizing equally on all the multiple intelligences. The objectives are fulfilled through the use of puppets, role play, circle time activities, art and craft, action songs, movement, and guided free play, in order to develop creativity and understanding.
Choice time activities
Children are free to move to different activity corners and choose to work on an activity of their choice. They could choose to look at a story book, play with blocks, draw or colour, play with dough and fulfill their curiosity in the discovery room.
Focus on individual progress & development
Balanced activities and experiences are planned to enable each child to enjoy learning and better her best.
Hands on learning
Children learn through fun filled activities. The equipment and materials are easy to handle and accessible to the children.
An integrated approach to learning
Learning happens through play by linking concepts with art, music, dance, drama and physical activity. Emphasis is on a balance between indoor and outdoor activities.
Developing sound values
Developing sound values help in strenghtening a child's character .Children learn to respect and care for others as well as their own well being.
Developing communication skills
Children learn to engage effectively with others by listening and being listened to, articulating thoughts and ideas, widening one's vocabulary, role-play, pre-reading and pre-writing skills.
Developing critical thinking skills
Children develop early numeracy and critical thinking by sequencing, recognizing size, shapes, quantities, contrast, reasoning and other pre-math skills.
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The focus is on the child and the aim is to enable her to develop at her own pace.
Self development activities
Children engage in activities related to developing values and skills that make them responsible and sensitive.
Children are encouraged to work compassionately with children of different abilities, cultures and communities.