Language Development

Pre-schoolers have the capacity to learn many languages. We help the child to use his ever-increasing vocabulary and language skills to share his observations, ideas, and imaginary worlds with others. We prepare the child to comunicate completly in English by playing with letters and their sounds, promoting dramatic play and pretend play using characters from books, and reading lots of books together.

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Creative Art

We Engage the children in lot of art and craft activities. Art and craft activities will stimulate your preschool child's imagination and creativity, helping with physical and mental development. Art activities get so much more intricate and focused when toddlers become preschoolers. It Improves their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination along with their attention span and ability to focus on the project at hand.

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Gardening

Gardening is a great way for children to learn new skills and have fun. Children can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden tending plants and growing their own food. Children enjoy being outdoors, playing in the soil and watching plants grow. Growing a plant will give your toddler or preschooler a huge sense of accomplishment.

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Public Speaking

It's never too early to encourage kids to stand up in front of people and perform. Performance doesn't have to be learning lots of lines for a play or spectacle; it can be as simple as singing a song, telling about a picture they drew or even reciting a favorite poem. The more we encourage young kids to speak, the greater the likelihood that their self confidence will increase with each experience.

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Story telling

Children love to listen to stories. Their brains are stimulated with new words and vocabulary for their language skill and their attention span is stretched as they listen to interesting stories being told. Story telling is perhaps the most powerful way that human beings organize experience. stories can form a tremendously rich strand of everyday spoken conversation.

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Math Development

We help the child observe an object, compare it and contrast it to another, sort and classify objects that gives them an awareness of same and different objects. Recognise and explore patterns and give them an opportunity to read their patterns and create their own.  Fantastic time to combine literacy and numeracy with children counting objects.

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