At this age, children make new discoveries daily. And as one point eight – and two point seven – year – olds begin to express their independence, our play group program introduces them to a world of learning, sharing and exploring.
Our holistic approach in the classroom engages young minds with the early learning fundamentals they’ll need as they continue on to pre-school, with a rich blend of music, art and dramatic play.
Everything we do is designed to prepare your child for next level of preschool education.
- Encouragement and support that builds your child’s self- confidence and self-help skills
- Opportunities for your child to express him or herself creatively through music, arts, dance and drama
- A classroom environment that focuses on building your child’s cognitive, emotional, social and physical skills
- Age-appropriate activities and materials that help your child master important learning concepts
- Regular teacher-parent communication, including other updates to keep you informed
- Engaging small and large-group experiences
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.
Discover how our five areas of focus give your child endless opportunities to learn and grow.
Helps Your child experiences a sense of community
We support cooperative play; use whole – and small -group activities to model sharing, communication and cooperation; and demonstrate how to recognize others’ feelings and respond appropriately.
Immerses your child in experiences designed to expand the mind
We encourage investigation and problem solving; provide opportunities to practice sorting, matching and categorizing; and use blocks and math cards to teach counting, number identification and patterning.
Encourages your child to express individuality
We support pretend play and role-playing with props and costumes; encourage creative expression through age-appropriate art materials; and stimulate imagination through storytelling and block-building.
Coaches your child to develop new physical abilities
We strengthen large-motor skills with riding equipment, balls and movement activities; improve fine-motor and eye-hand coordination through pouring and stringing activities; develop coordination using ring toss, hula hoops and balance beams; and help children learn to serve themselves at snack times.
Helps your child increase language skills
We stimulate vocabulary development by prompting imitation and repetition of words and sentences; build alphabet recognition through play with letters and strengthen conversation skills with group sharing and reading experiences.