Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum (4.0-5.0 Yrs.)

Four-year olds are eager to learn new things, enthusiastic to make new friends and can do many more tasks independently. Our Pre-KG curriculum takes into consideration all these factors to ensure the child progress on each of the below key areas of development

Arts and Literacy

 Your 4-year old will begin to read the pictures in a book, retell favorite stories, make up stories, recite favorite poems and songs and draw simple shapes. Your child will also practice writing starting with his name and other simple words. Our expert teachers support your child`s journey in enhancing the literacy skills.

Mathematics

Starting to count is usually the first step in the teaching-learning process for 4-year olds and they get introduced to the names of the numbers little by little through the sequences and comparisons. Your 4-year-old will be recognizing patterns and measuring things. Through our curriculum, we help your child feel confident and excited about maths.

Science

At 4 years old, your child already knows a lot about the world and how it works and love doing simple investigations to find out more. They will be able to observe carefully, describe and draw what they see, make comparisons and share their ideas about how and why things work the way they do. With support, they will begin to record data on charts.

Social and Emotional Development

At 4 years old, your child already knows a lot about the world and how it works and love doing simple investigations to find out more. They will be able to observe carefully, describe and draw what they see, make comparisons and share their ideas about how and why things work the way they do. With support, they will begin to record data on charts.

Gross and Fine Motor Development

At 4 years old, your child is less likely to bump into others while moving and their running abilities will improve dramatically. Our curriculum provides many opportunities to your child to improve their Gross motor skills like able to walk on a line, running around obstacles, jump over an object and land on two feet together. Your child`s fine motor skills also gets improved with better hand-eye coordination. This improved coordination is supported by activities like stringing the beads, completing puzzles and colouring inside the lines.