You’re curious about what going to preschool means for your child’s academic development and life path. Your concern and inquiry are well-founded. When it comes to sending their children to school, many parents are concerned, and the child shares this concern. Your child’s separation troubles, on the other hand, could be feeding them. Your child may notice if you are experiencing difficulties parting. Developing a trusting relationship with the teacher is one method to make both of you feel better.
Preschool Levels of Education
Kindergarten is a vibrant and exciting period for young children to begin forming social bonds with their classmates. According to a study published in the Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, this type of social exploration allows children to further build their sense of self. Kindergarten is a vibrant and exciting period for young children to begin forming social bonds with their classmates. According to a study published in the Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, this type of social exploration allows children to further build their sense of self. By making learning entertaining and participatory in a small group environment, we encourage independence, curiosity, and self-expression at SCC. We achieve this through engaging kids in activities such as storytelling, role play, games, and other activities that help them develop critical soft skills such as:
- Attention span maintained the ability to react to verbal and visual cues in a direct and timely manner
The ability to communicate and read
As your child begins to learn English, language awareness is crucial. “The amusing sounds of a young toddler practicing language — in apparently meaningless chatter — is really their modeling of the rhythm, tone, volume, and non-verbal expressions they see in us,” says Dr. Bruce Perry, a child psychiatrist and Senior Fellow of the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, Texas. Dr. Perry goes on to say that this is not a passive learning process, but rather an important aspect of a young person’s complicated development. The alphabet, writing strokes, and the difference between upper-case and lower-case letters are all introduced in our Nursery 2 lessons. Word games, rhymes, object naming, object descriptions, and lists of opposites are all used by our teachers to expand your child’s phonetic vocabulary.
Your child will learn to write simple sentences with key terminology, describe visuals, and express himself or herself creatively in guided writing assignments in Kindergarten 1. When a student reaches Kindergarten 2, he or she will continue to improve their writing skills with short writing exercises as the class learns how to use basic writing approaches such as the 5Ws 1H. (who, what, where, when, why, how). Fun writing styles such as postcards and diary entries will also allow your child to express his or her creativity.
Skills in maths and numeracy
Math can be intimidating, especially when it is associated with topics such as multiplication and division, or when pupils, frequently in primary school, struggle to understand algebraic ideas. Do not be concerned; math is more than just adding and subtracting numbers. Math should be used to introduce your child to the concept of numbers and to pique his or her interest in the topic at the preschool level. We accomplish this through a series of hands-on games and crafts that teach your child how to recognize and write numbers. Your child will learn to add and subtract with the help of pictures and images in the future. Our teachers use artwork, films, role-playing games, and Math storybooks to pique students’ enthusiasm and curiosity about the subject.
Kindergarten is the first year of formal learning for children. Preschool is an ideal time to help children establish timekeeping discipline, attentiveness, pleasant peer interactions, and proactive learning habits. All of this contributes to their sense of independence, self-reliance, and, most significantly, confidence. Preschoolers are ecstatic about their newfound freedom. They enjoy choosing which of their pals to play with on the playground or in the school gym. It’s a normal part of growing up to be able to make such choices. It instills in young kids an enthralling sense of their own power.
Our teachers will assist your kid in making a smooth transition to primary school and continuing to progress in their learning levels. We accomplish this by instilling important learning habits such as time management, organization, active listening, thorough reading, clear communication, note-taking, and more. We attempt to instill these habits in each of our pupils, which are also important social skills and tools for later in life. For more information about our Early Years programs, please visit our website.