Developing Focus: Children engage in purposeful activities that capture their interest, repeating them without time constraints. Over time, this practice enhances their ability to concentrate more deeply.
Independence in both action and thought is fostered by the conducive combination of the environment and the team.
Social Interaction – children have the opportunity to collaborate, observe one another, and engage in conversations, facilitated by the freedom of movement.
14 months to 3 years
Purpose and Goals:
Development of Cognitive Skills Enhancing and Refining Motor Skills Basic Verbal Language Build Social Skills Refine Sensory Practical Life Skills
3 to 6 years
Self care Care of Environment Preparation of Food Grace and Courtesy
Independence Concentration Coordination of Movement Social Adaptation
A Typical Session
Children independently take shoes of and unpack bags.
Children have the option to select activities from a wide range of toddler or primary classroom activities.
They enjoy the freedom to move around, observe, and take breaks; it’s not solely focused on work.
Guides provide presentations to help children progress as needed.
Collaboration in small groups and conversations among children are encouraged.
Snack time is incorporated into the routine for the children.
Circle Time and Lunch
Community gathering during circle time involves discussions on various themes, show-and-tell sessions, music/songs, sports, and more.