Age: 3-4 Years
Age: 4-5 Years
Age: 5-6 Years
Preschool music lesson plans are full of ideas, Songs, Fingerplays, Flannel Board, and Group Time Fun Concepts. There are many kinds of music. Songs can tell stories and express different moods.
Circle Time helps to develop positive relationships between children. It aims to give them tools to engage with and listen to each other for at least 15-20 minutes in their daily schedule.
Understanding numbers is an important skill that kindergarteners need to master. Using rhymes and songs is a fun way of learning numbers and use them in daily tasks. Kids learn better when they are playing with each other. Encourage some healthy competition in the group to motivate them, too. Get them to sit in a circle and take turns counting numbers.
Exercises of Practical Life (EPL)
Exercises of practical life (EPL) are those simple daily actions that are normally performed by adults in the environment. These actions are real and are done in real situations.
Children learn table manners that prevent diners from being sloppy, offensive, and boorish. Table manners are not hard and fast rules; rather they are helpful guidelines in our social relationships.
Art lesson plans, projects, curriculum, and crafts for kids in preschool include: Trace and paint the ABCs, make a robot puppet, and other creative projects.
Students are encouraged to share their ideas and then explained that someone’s culture has to do with the way they speak, dress, celebrate, play, and live. Get out the eight index cards and scatter them on a table or on the ground.
Gymnastics, aerobics and different games for kids enhance physical development. Providing an outlet for kids to develop skills like strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, and body control, all while laying a strong foundation for a healthy habit of physical fitness throughout a child’s lifetime. It can help frame a routine for your child.
The focus is on phonemic awareness that the child learns each letter of the alphabet has a distinct sound and he or she must master them in order to start reading. Once the child is familiar with the sound of each letter, then letter combinations can be made, forming words. This is why phonics instruction is an important component of early reading education.
Character development is the foundation for lifelong learning. Schools that teach character education report increased academic performance and attendance. … Children appreciate the safe environment that occurs when their peers are also learning about respect, honesty, and compassion.
Early year’s education plays a crucial role during the developing period of the child and gives a head start towards their bright future. Every child is unique which is why we individually focus on each one. Socializing, playing, and learning in a safe learning environment is what makes our educational process fun.
The colorful thematical resource-rich classrooms deeply inspire our young twinkling stars and promote the love of education. The use of iPads, tabs, and LCDs makes learning innovative. Pre-school teachers are well trained to provide variations to deliver their thematic curriculum.
The warm and nurturing environment of our classrooms where we work for cognitive, social, emotional, and language development to strengthen learning programs. The focus is on phonemic awareness, the child learns each letter of the alphabet has a distinct sound and he or she must master them in order to start reading. Adding on, we also focus on the concepts of Urdu, Grammar, and Numbers. Meetings are organized with parents twice a month to ensure the child’s personality development. Character building activities foster the development of ethical and responsible behavior by teaching individuals about the good values they should have such as honesty, responsibility, and other important traits necessary for being an upstanding citizen.
Gymnastics, aerobics, and different structured games for kids to enhance their physical development. Providing an outlet for kids to develop skills like strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, sportsman spirit, and body control, all while laying a strong foundation for a healthy habit of physical fitness throughout a child’s lifetime.