This module aims to develop your child’s understanding for numeracy concepts and skills by providing meaningful opportunities that will teach them how to apply numeracy concepts in their daily experiences.
In Playgroup and Nursery 1, preschoolers are exposed to foundational concepts such as simple relationships and patterns (e.g. matching, sorting & patterning) to build on their logical thinking capabilities. By the end of Kindergarten 2, your child should be to recognise and use numbers in daily experiences while recognizing basic shapes and simple spatial concepts.
The goal of this module is to help your child learn and develop an appreciation for art and music and movement.
In Playgroup and Nursery 1, your child will participate in fun and engaging activities that will encourage them to listen and respond through creative expression and movement. They will also learn the basic elements of art like shapes and colours. As they advance on to Kindergarten 2, your child will also learn to create art and music and movement using experimentation and imagination, while engaging in creative thinking and sharing their ideas and feelings about art and music and movement.
To develop your child’s sense of wonder and joy for discovery, this module provides ample learning opportunities that will inspire curiosity for the world they live in.
During the early years, preschools are engaged in fundamental sensory experiences that will stimulate their five senses like textures and scents. As they advance on till Kindergarten 2, your child will acquire inquiry and process skills like observation, prediction and investigative skills while learning to seek answers as they make sense of what they discover.
This module seeks to develop children’s motor skills and knowledge of health and safety through participation in physical activities. As they participate in these activities, they not only develop physical skills, but also grow in confidence and self-esteem to fulfill the demands in their later years.
In Playgroup and Nursery 1, your child will learn how to model and take instruction as they coordinate their body movements through walking, bending, throwing and catching activities. They are then gradually exposed to gross and fine motor tasks that teaches control coordination and balance. By the end of Kindergarten 2, your child will be able to develop healthy habits and safety awareness at home, in school and at public places.