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Coloring helps a child practice holding a writing tool the correct way and aids in developing those tiny muscles in their hands, fingers, and wrist.
Stories create magic and a sense of wonder of the world. In our fast-paced media driven society, sharing and experiencing storytelling can be a nurturing way to remind children that their spoken words are powerful and that listening is important. Stories teach us about life, about others, and ourselves.
Every teacher knows that each student has his own pace of learning. With video lectures, all students can learn at their own individual pace, which will maximize the results of e-Learning.
Babies are amused and interested in pretty much everything they see.We utilises their observation skills, thus developing their sense of touch, listening and fine motor skills.
Area of Disicipline
One of our most popular courses, phonetics courses incorporate good practice from the ‘Letters and Sounds’ and programmes to create a multi-sensory learning experience.
Math Time designed to help children build their basic counting and shape recognition skills. Children will sing along with our fun counting videos and laugh along with some of their favorite characters as they count together. Our math curriculum and worksheets will also help kids build their basic skills in a way that seems more like play than work.
Designing and implementing integrated theme for young children is a appropriate practice which is supported by both brain research and the psychology of learning. Themae greatly enhance learning because they integrate different intelligences and topics into a single lesson which mirrors how young children actually learn. Finally, integrated theme environment make learning and teaching a lot of fun for teachers and children! Themes do wary from farm, flowers, forest, tress, zoo etc
In the early years from PKG to Reception we plan daily teaching and learning activities that complement the children's interests and developmental needs. Teaching and learning takes place both indoor and outdoor in our specially adapted learning environments.
Games, songs, creative projects, story-telling, role-playing, drawing and painting help develop children's foundational skills in literacy and numeracy. They are encouraged to play, explore and discover through dance, music, art and craft. Singing, rhyming and reciting are employed in the Language Arts, and the Phonics Programme.
In a quest to improve the abilities of the child, the Syllabus for UKG has been designed by allotting special focus on the areas such as Letters, Numbers, Math-concepts, Shapes, Colors, General Awareness, Transport, Animals, Envirinmental Science etc