Pre-School, LKG, UKG,Grade 1-4
All our programs are designed to expose the child to his/her first group/social experience with other two and three year-old children. The student will participate in a variety of activities that focus on the development of the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and moral aspect of the child. Following is an outline of six essential units of study:
Eu1-All About Us
Themes included: Greetings, Birthdays, Family, Babies, Our Bodies, Getting Dressed, Big and Little, Shapes, Hands and Fingers
Blocks, Homes, Signs, Community Helpers, Tool Time, Travel Time, Colors-Red
Eu1-All About Us
Greetings, Birthdays, Family, Babies, Our Bodies, Getting Dressed, Big and Little, Shapes, Hands and Fingers
Eu3-Animals – Part 1
Birds, Pets, Butterflies, Ducks, Bears, Farm Animals, Ocean, At the Zoo, Colors-Yellow, Circles
Eu4-Animals – Part 2
Worms, Spiders, Ladybugs, Frogs, Socks, Rhyme Time, Parts of a Whole, Hiding and Finding,
Pumpkins, Apples, Strawberries, Eggs, Growing Things,Sticky Stuff, Balls
Winter Weather, Sunny Days of Summer, Spring, Rainy Days,Rainbows, Fall, Clouds, Noisy Noises, Nighty Night,
What do you Think will Happen?:
The six essential units contain the following components:
Literacy/Language, Mathematics, Science/Social Studies/Health, Gross Motor Development, Fine Motor Development, Fine Arts, Social/Emotional Development and Independent/Self Help.
For each theme, there are activities for each component listed above. There is also a list of quality books and a theme poster for each theme.
There are enough activities to last for at least a year. They can be repeated any number of times and can be used with older preschool children or those with special needs.
This program is designed to achieve the units through learning centers, small group activities, and large group activities involving hands on activities, which are developmentally age appropriate.
Learning Centers are well-defined areas in the classroom that promote independence, foster decision-making and encourage involvement. These centers are designed to provide opportunities for active and quiet play as well as encourage social skill development.
These centers/activity areas are:
house, block, art, Library, sand/water, outdoors, and puzzles (manipulatives). Other centers may be added throughout the school year based on the units and children’s interest. See the curriculum appendix for ideas for each center and materials that may be included.
Small Group Activities:
Small Group activities are specific activities in each unit that are best done in a small group environment (i.e. scissor skills). This allows for more student participation. Small group activities can take place at a table, on the floor, in the gym or outside. The teacher can be flexible in deciding what would best fit the essential units being taught.
Large Group Activities:
Large Group activities can include circle time, whole class singing and dancing, story time and lunchtime.