Language & Literacy
The Language Arts activities adopt a whole language approach. Children are engaged through finger-play, role-playing, singing and creative expression. They are also introduced to nursery rhymes poetry, experience charts, fiction and non-fiction books. Equally important is providing opportunities to children to participate in discussions. These are integral to helping children expand on their literacy skills.
Adopting the "Growing with Mathematics" from Australia, activities are developed to help children between ages two to six. Children will learn to understand mathematical concepts and skills through the use of oral and written language. They are given opportunities to learn through direct and concrete experiences such as sorting, comparing and ordering, and will be motivated to explore, discover, investigate and find solutions to mathematical problems through communication.
Discovery of the World
Children's excitement and wonderment of science are developed and stimulated through skills of observation, comparison, exploration, testing, inquiry and problem solving. They will be taught to observe cause and effect incidences and will learn to keep simple records.
Aesthetics & Creative Expression
The creative process in art activities enables children to choose, explore and express themselves imaginatively in a pleasant, safe and supporting environment. These activities include finger painting, rolling and moulding clay, exploring colours, line and form. Children also work with a variety of media and surfaces. These activities allow children to express themselves creatively through art.
Children will also learn to develop an appreciation for a wide genre of music. They will exhibit competencies such as rhythm and creativity, as well as learn concepts like pitch, volume and contrast, through participating and responding to musical activities. A variety of teaching implements, such as scarves, ribbons and percussive instruments will be used.
Motor Skills Development
Games help children to refine their gross motor skills, by developing muscle tone, hand-eye coordination and releasing physical tension and strain. Children also learn to interact socially through games, and will begin to understand the positions of follower and leader. They learn to cooperate and follow simple rules. Through games, self-concept and a healthy self-image are enhanced when children learn to play with one another.
Social & Emotional
Through sharing of interests and opinions with their peers and teachers, children will develop awareness of their personal identity. They will carry out simple tasks in classrooms to feel good about their own competence and characteristics.
Children will be taught how to manage and recognise their emotions through 'feeling faces' picture cards and sharing about their feelings with teachers. They will also learn to self-regulate their behaviour and remain composed and not act out in frustration.
- Bukit Batok
- Marine Parade
- Taman Jurong
- Choa Chu Kang
- Jurong West
- Bukit Panjang
- St George's
- Ang Mo Kio
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