As preschoolers gain more self-esteem, they feel ready to take on the world. Our Nursery curriculum enhances that confidence by providing activities to help two point eight- and three point seven-year-old children become problem solvers and develop a love of lifelong learning.
Through independent exploration, structured activities and hands-on learning, children develop a variety of skills and knowledge in areas like early literacy, mathematics, science and social skills.
We’re proud of the work we do. In fact, Heritage kids impart its preschool curriculum and programs that progress sequentially across six developmental domains. These include:
- Cognitive Development
- Creative Expression
- Executive Function
- Language and Literacy Development
- Physical Development and Wellness
- Personal , Social and Emotional Development
Our curriculum seamlessly integrates the requirements of various school systems in India and Aboard. All the topics in the material are aligned with early learning syllabi and they’re backed by our experts in each domain/content area.
Add to this a healthy dose of running, jumping and movement to keep children active and you start to see why Heritage kids is a true leader in preschool education.
- Themed units that encourage your child’s curiosity, increase confidence and support self-directed activities
- Hands-on experiences designed to boost problem solving and scientific thinking skills
- Daily small- and whole-group activities
- Observation-based assessments that track your child’s progress toward developmental milestones and school readiness
- Portfolios that document growth and development through your child’s work
- Regular teacher-parent communication, including ways you can continue the learning in your own home
Our Learning Steps
Students know what they will learn
Students experience through hands on activities and Experimentation to understand their use and application in real life.
Students explore the concept further through questions and answers.
Students use workbooks to apply and practice what they have learnt and improve their writing skills.
Students take periodic assessment that measure and give feed back in 3 key areas:
- Conceptual Understanding
- Applied Thinking and
- English Language and Comprehension
Discover how our Six areas of focus give your child endless opportunities to learn and grow.
We coach your child in developing strong relationships
We model social concepts such as “please” and “thank you,” have daily classroom conversations and community-building discussions, explore similarities and differences between children and encourage cooperation with other children.
We help your child gain higher-order thinking skills driven learning
We encourage the exploration of the physical properties of materials; use daily calendar activities to teach about sequence of events, patterns and routines; and support the learning of cognitive skills such as counting, making predictions, testing and drawing conclusions.
We inspire your child to explore creative ideas and talents
We encourage children to express themselves through creative arts and provide daily opportunities for children to paint, move and sing, tell stories with puppets and build and play in dramatic scenes.
We guide your child in developing communication skills
We use a language-rich environment to encourage children’s development of early literacy skills through activities like daily read-aloud of high-quality children’s literature to promote a love of reading, journal experiences that give your child the ability to practice writing letters and words and multiple opportunities to identify and use letters and words to expand their vocabulary and practice their developing abilities to communicate.
We help your child refine motor skills
We use lacing cards, stencils and writing activities to enhance fine-motor skills; strengthen coordination and gross-motor skills through running, jumping and throwing activities, offer healthful food choices for snacks and meals and encourage learning about the ways our bodies respond to the exercise and nutrition we take in.
We develop real-time problem-solving skills
We support the application of knowledge in new ways. We encourage curiosity and choice, provide children the opportunity to problem-solve, demonstrate flexibility (in thinking) and use daily routines to promote memory.