Age: 2.5+ (as on 31st May)
- Shapes and Colors: Introduction to basic/primary colors and shapes followed by more advanced shapes and colors by means of our ‘Early Concept Books’ and everyday activities.
- Numeracy: Understanding measurement i.e words describing big/small, long/short etc, sorting, graphing, learning to count and writing and identifying numbers from 1-20 with the help of resources such as Counting Dot Cards, other counting cards that associate numbers with counting and a ‘Mathematics Readiness’ book.
- Number Sense: recognizing numbers in various arrangements.
- Alphabet knowledge: recognition of letters of the alphabet (capital Letters & small letters). We also look into formation of letters (writing) and introduce phonic sounds with the aid of Alphabet flashcards, a ‘Reading Readiness’ book, ‘Writing Readiness Book’ and other resources on the Elly Web App.
- Reading Comprehension: learning vocabulary and sequencing skills while focusing on Language Enrichment.
- Physical development as an important part of the program as it is essential to develop gross-motor and fine-motor skills. Suggested activities that can be carried out indoors/outdoors such as barefoot exploration, ball games, play dough fun and coloring activities etc.
- Thematic Approach with a new theme every month – eg: All about me (My Body), Animals, Transportation etc. These themes will dictate everyday activities including scrapbook activities.
- Music and Movement are a great part of this program! We introduce old rhymes and new age rhymes and with dance kids can explore and control their body movements. Along with a Rhymes Book and the Elly Web App which is home to a collection of Rhymes and music.
- Fine motor Skills: exposure to cutting, gluing, folding, and tracing.
- Learning to recall and build skills in retelling
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