Counting begins with the task of reproducing a sequence of number words starting from one. Over time, children’s familiarity with the sequence of counting words develops to the point where they are able to identify the number word before or after any number without needing to start the count from one. That is, the process of oral counting starts as a fixed recitation but moves to a ‘breakable chain’ of number words
English language vocabulary, acquisition and use
This is a significant responsibility because formal learning—the kind of learning that students do in school—demands vocabulary knowledge. When you help students learn how to build their vocabularies, you help them succeed across the curriculum. Teachers are instructed to use industry standard exercises to challenge our students on a daily basis.
Children are exposed to multiple outdoor activities throughout the school week. Some of the exercise we promote to further develop a child’s coordination are, “Hop Scotch”, “Ring Toss”, “Musical Chairs”, “Catch”, and “Obstacle courses”.
Activities for Children
Throughout the school year teachers emphasize the importance of cursive and standard text. In addition, children are taught when it is appropriate to use different writing styles and their purpose.
Arts & Craft
Arts and crafts activities will stimulate your preschool child’s imagination and creativity, helping with physical and mental development. Activities include, drawing, constructing, painting, and ceramics.
Your child will sing, play instruments and move to music in kindergarten. He/She learns to keep a beat and tell the difference between loud and soft. These activities introduce her to the artistic, cultural, scientific and mathematical foundations of music.
Hand eye coordination
Teachers go through daily exercises to help develop gross motor movement. Outdoor activities include: “Ball Rolling Exercises”, “Relays”, “Catching and throwing a ball”.
We offer an environment which promotes and nurtures growth and development, while tendering with dignity and respect the child’s search for self-discovery and independence.
Therefore, it is our intention:
- To help children experience the joy of learning early in life while discovering their full potential at physical, intellectual, and moral levels of growth.
- To provide experiences rich in creativity.
- To provide meaningful socialization experiences.
- To create an environment that challenges and excites young minds.
- To provide a warm and unconditionally loving environment that promotes significant adult-child relationships.
- To provide an environment where all children feel wanted and accepted.