“I did it all by myself”

At this stage children improve coordination, learn complex games, and begin to interact more with others. There is an increased interest in joint play such as make-believe, construction and sports. Children learn by doing, and need hands-on activities.  Therefore themes are a big learning tool this year, incorporating language, math, science, creative arts, music, motor skills and social development.
This year, conversation with adults will be a more important source of information, guidance and reassurance for your child.

Programme Outline

  • Theme based activities that encourage curiosity, self-direction and confidence
  • Math and science through hands-on experiences such as, counting seeds, planting seeds and watching them grow
  • Whole-group activities to develop social skills