Our three-year-old program focuses on developing creative and artistic senses, early literacy skills, mathematical reasoning, and scientific reasoning. Children learn new communicative, social, and problem-solving skills in our nurturing environment by participating in new hands-on activities that balance physical and academic development and exploring different constructive learning centres on a daily basis.
Skills that Children Will Learn
- Pose thought-provoking questions to your children.
- Allow for the exploration of interesting materials.
- Suggest ways for children to make their thinking and playtime more difficult or complex.
- Introducing new words
- To encourage your children’s use of spoken language, ask questions that require more than a yes or no answer.
- Reading stories to children and encouraging them to make up their own storylines
- Creating cooperative games that require classmates to engage in conversations or other language exchanges
- Assisting children with their alphabet learning
- Providing engaging materials that demonstrate writing examples
- Singing songs, playing rhyming games, and reading fun language books
- Labeling items in the classroom to assist children in connecting written and spoken language
- Assisting children in practising writing the alphabet and spelling their names
- Providing a fun assortment of paper and writing tools to encourage children’s writing
- Giving children various types of paper and writing tools, such as crayons, markers, and pencils
- Encouraging children to write as part of their daily routine
- Teaching children to spell words associated with classroom objects
- Providing a variety of interesting objects for children to count and sort
- Highlight numbers that can be found throughout a child’s day: in the classroom, outside, and on food packages during snack time.
- Encourage kids to compare and measure various objects.