Math, language, music and art are learnt through observations in nature, construction (building blocks, clay), pretend play and reading. These offer children a place for learning and exploring at their
own pace. Teachers are also observers, as they document the students’ progress at work & play.
Skills of social interaction, listening, conversing, feeling, thinking and patience are learnt by sharing ideas and experiences with each other. Reflection and learning happens joyfully during circle
Science, Discovery and Explorations
Children at this age demonstrate a keen interest in exploring and discovering the world around them.
Dramatic / Symbolic Play
It gives the child the opportunity to explore a world of fantasy, as well as express a view of the world as she sees it. Art and Craft are integral to the way children learn and document their learning,
experiences and feelings. It is a powerful means to connect to the child’s world.
Music & Movement
Children engage in creative dance movements; learn to play simple musical instruments and to sing. Theatre, storytelling and puppetry are used to develop the child’s social, emotional & communication
skills. It is a useful tool during thematic teaching.
Physical education, games and movement
Adventure and outdoor experiential projects are an important part of the morning session. Children, under the guidance of trained professionals, develop motor coordination, teamwork, independence and
confidence. Excursions and field trips help widen knowledge of the environment, besides expanding skills in observation.