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Curriculum Overview


We provide a safe and natural learning environment that can stimulate our child’s senses. We believed children are naturally active learners and learn so much through hands-on activities. The hands-on activities allow them to explore, discover, negotiate, take risks, create meaning and solve problems-all important foundations for developing literacy, numeracy and social skills throghout a child’s early yearls.

  1. We believe that children learn best via sensory-rich, hands-on exploration of subject materials, rather than through onlytraditional schooling methods.
  2. Each classroom has a rich supply of hands on learning materials for each area of the curriculum, and the children can access them independently.
  3. Integrated Curriculum Learning Materials.
  • The curriculum integrates montessori programs , thematic approach and all the subject areas into the lesson at hand.
  • The children is welcome to work with the materials further on their own, or with the teacher. The materials come with built-in error controls.
  • Children are able to solve problems on their own, building independence, analytical thinking, and the satisfaction that comes from true accomplishment. As the child’s exploration continues, the materials interrelate and build upon each other.

Learning Corners


  1. Our Learning corner is based on the child-centered approach and we will integrated Montessori and Thematic activities and National curriculum in our learning corner.
  2. It also draws from the Montessori tradition of letting children working with tasks that build concentration and encourage independent.
  3. It contains 8 learning corners, each containing materials, appratus and worksheet for learning a different subjects and areas. Corners included Language and Litercy, art , blocks, dramatic play, mathematics , natural and science and music and movement.
  4. Learning areas are as follow :


An art learning center serves as a great creative outlet for kids to help express their emotions and ideas. Children can experience different textures and use different materials as they create their works of art. Fine motor skill development and improved hand-eye coordination are other ways an art learning center will benefit the children in your care.



Children can improve their motor skills, practice problem solving, and learn to work with their classmates while playing in a block learning center. Block play enables children to explore their creative side by building unique structures and communities with blocks, block people, and block animals. A block learning center will also teach children about basic engineering and architecture concepts.


Dramatic Play

Including a dramatic play learning center in your classroom will give children opportunities to role play as adults in everyday situations and a variety of careers. Dramatic play encourages creativity, self-expression, and knowledge of the community. You can also use a dramatic play learning center to help teach children about other countries, cultures, and customs.


Language and Literacy

A literacy center is a must-have in any preschool classroom. Having a quiet area to practice their phonics lessons , reading, writing, and comprehension skills in three languages will help children express ideas, explore their interests, and learn about the world around them.


Nature and Science

Also known as a discovery or exploration center, a nature and science center brings the outdoors indoors and gives children opportunities to explore nature and science concepts. Including a weather station in this learning center would also give children a way to actively learn about the weather and climate in their community and make observations about daily changes they see in the weather. Using a nature and science learning center to help foster a strong connection with and understanding of the environment in children can only be beneficial to everyone’s future.


Math and Manipulatives

A math and manipulatives center can help children further develop their fine motor skills and better understand beginning math concepts. Children can also practice their problem-solving skills and improve their hand-eye coordination by sorting counters and participating in other similar activities.


Music and Movement

Including a music and movement center in your preschool classroom encourages children to be physically active and gives them opportunities to experiment with sound and music. A music and movement center can also promote self-expression, foster creativity, and help children relax. Movement props aid creative expression and offer additional fun activities for children in the learning center.

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