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Curriculum

Research tell us that 90% of all brain development occurs by the age of five. If we don't begin thinking about education in the early years, our children are at risk of falling behind by the time they start Kindergarten.

"I cannot teach anybody anything; I can only make them think." - Socrates

missionIt has been well established that early childhood is a crucial time for children‘s cognitive development. Advances in cognitive science make it clear that very young children are capable of much more academically than was previously imagined.  Our curriculum focuses largely on language, literacy/reading, writing, mathematics and science.  In pre-K/Kindergarten, children will be taught foundational knowledge through age appropriate instructional activities, such as read aloud, discussions, songs, games, projects, and other active learning opportunities. Both free play and “structured” play (where teachers purposefully design play experiences to support specific learning goals) are particularly important for this age group.

 

Our unique PhD developed age appropriate curriculum prepares children for success, to ensure the growth of the whole child. Our curriculum is flexible and very personalized to meet individual needs. We focus on the eight core areas:

  1. Social
    • The development of peer interaction and social interest in early childhood is a significant issue in terms of helping the child to not only make friends, but also learn key communication skills. These skills are crucial throughout the child's life, especially during school years.
    • We encourage appropriate interactions between students by teaching children to talk, listen, share, cooperate, take turns, interact with friends, learn the importance of developing friendships and flourishing in their own environment.

     

  2. Self Esteem and Positive Image
    • Self-esteem/Self-image the foundation of a child's well-being and the key to mental health and social happiness. Child must think of self as being someone who can make things happen and who is worthy of love. At all ages, how you feel about yourself affects how you act.
    • Our teachers engage kids in activities that focus on positive self-esteem on daily basis.
      We use songs, rhymes, finger-plays and dance and movement to encourage children to represent thoughts and feelings. Show children how to speak positive words about themselves while gazing at their reflections. Art activities that focus on positive self-esteem include puppet making, collages, photography, finger-painting and creative cooking. These are wonderful ways for them to express their individuality.

     

  3. Communication Skills
    • Having effective communication skills means more than just knowing how to talk. Children often need guidance in learning how to interact with others when speaking and writing.
    • Practicing through role-playing and fun games will help your children develop effective communication skills that will carry them into adulthood.

     

  4. Self Expression
    • A lot of children show signs of being shy or reserved, we encourage self expression through a number of strategies and techniques (art, dancing ,dramatic play etc .) Letting children make decisions for themselves and promoting a creative atmosphere in our classrooms gives children more opportunities to assert themselves and helps make them comfortable with self expression.

     

  5. Creative Expression
    • The ability to be creative, to create something from personal feelings and experiences, can reflect and nurture children's emotional health. We offer children a wide range of creative materials and experiences. Being creative is more than drawing or painting. We sing, dance, work with wire, clay, paper, wood, water and shadows. We provide children lots of time to explore materials and pursue their ideas.

     

  6. Physical
    • Promoting an active lifestyle is the ideal way to encourage healthy habits in kids that last a lifetime. We focus on the physical health and well-being of your child. We practice activities to help a child gain overall physical skills, fine and gross motor skills, coordination, balance, flexibility, and sports preparation. Of course, we accomplish all this in a fun, non-competitive atmosphere that allows each child to grow in his or her own way, at a comfortable pace.

     

  7. Intellectual Growth
    • Early childhood is not only a period of amazing physical growth, it is also a time of remarkable mental development. Your child is challenged to grow in their natural love for learning. Our motivational curriculum and age-appropriate hands-on activities designed to help your child learn math, science, history, reading, perception, memory, reasoning, critical thinking geography and languages. Your child will be well prepared intellectually and emotionally to start successful school career.

     

  8. Literacy/Language
    • We don’t focus on teaching a child how to read. Instead, we lay the foundation for literacy success later on, by introducing early experiences with books and language. We encourage later reading by creating a learning atmosphere that's fun, verbal and stimulating. Helping your child develop language skills is paramount to their ability to accurately express their needs and emotions. We work with your child daily to learn new words and teach them how to appropriately express themselves through language and music. Throughout the day, we encourage your child to express their ideas in order to build confidence, independence and imagination. All these activities contribute to building early literacy skills
    • Our preschool/kindergarten programs includes age appropriate fun “learn to read” program.
      By the graduation day your child will be reading at the kinder garden level or higher.