A whole lot of rhymes, songs and stories are told to the children. Along with emphasis on pre reading and writing skills, alphabet (A a– Z z) are introduced for recognizing the letters and pronouncing them with its correct phonics sound. Children are introduced to two, three, four and five letter words. Gradually they learn to read, make correct usage through conversation and write them in question answer and paragraph form.
Child’s develops the ability to recognize, correlate and write basic numbers (0 – 9). Further numbers are added up to 100. Pre - math and math concepts like shapes, concepts like big/small, more/less etc. are introduced to them. Children are introduced to set theory, simple addition and subtraction.
General Knowledge :
Child is made aware of his/her responsibility towards Self, School, Family, Cleanliness, Manners, Birds, Animals, Water, Our Helpers, Seasons etc.
Art & Craft :
Child’s creativity, aesthetic appreciation and a sense of accomplishment is developed, through the wonders of colours and papers.
Free play activities :
Research indicates that children learn best in an environment which allows them to explore, discover, and play. Play is an important part of a developmentally appropriate child care program. It is also closely tied to the development of cognitive, socio-emotional, and physical behaviors. Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, physical, cognitive, and emotional strength. Play is important to healthy brain development. It is through play that children at a very early age engage and interact in the world around them.
These are usually taught to a child during his/her early years. Child learns by listening to adults, following commands, and participating in routine activities. Understanding and using basic concepts helps a child; he/she learns to read and understand what they’ve read or written. They also help children become more effective communicators. Basic concepts help build pre-reading and early mathematics skills, strengthen a child’s vocabulary, and are building blocks of early learning.
Value Education :
Values can be defined as “form - fitting objectives, principles” that guides people's lives. Values are the essence of our personality, and affect us to make decisions, trust people and arrange our time and energy in our social life. Values are the effective cultural element which shape around the point of view of individuals and holds the members of a community together. Value education helps people to develop values and serves to establish a fulfilling life. Values training should be the part of education to help children gain a more universal human mind.
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