Entering pre-school is an exciting time for every child. Both parents and teachers want to make this transition as smooth as possible. Children gain a sense of belonging because they know the routines and classroom/school layout. The preschool learner objective have been developed with advice and assistance from qualified, experienced early childhood educators within and outside of preschool.
Preschool program balances on meeting the development of the “whole” child, including intellectual, physical, creative, emotional, behavioral, social and communication needs. Preschool Curriculum focuses on both, learning through play and focused teaching. In other words, young children discover many things on their own when activities and their play experiences are initially planned by teachers, but there are times when they also need direct teaching through modeling, demonstrating and explaining. The program inculcates the sense of creativity and confidence in children to try new things which strengthens “I can Do” attitude of the child towards the activities. Children are motivated and focused to take new challenges and hence become familiar to the expectation of the teachers. Parents notice how preschool gives their children a strong disposition for learning in a school environment.
Specific learning objective:
Personal and social responsibility
Personal and community awareness
Physical skills and well being
Environment and community awareness
Citizenship and identity
Updated on: [December 17, 2017]