Sports & Co curricular
Language – Children are provided with different materials and activities are planned to meet the Phonics objectives. Various writing materials are also provided for encouraging prewriting skills.
Reading – Age appropriate books are available for children.
Block- our future engineers get busy using the different blocks provided. Creative development, eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills and problem solving skills get developed in this.
Science & Sensory – Children to learn to explore and discover science concepts like float/sink, hot/cold and much more. Children don’t mind getting messy or wet. That’s why sand and water play is both enjoyable and educational. This helps children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts. It may also enhance social skills and encourage cooperation.
Role-play – Children use dramatic play to better understand their world and the different roles that people play.
Art & craft – Friedrich Froebel, the father of Kindergarten, believed that young children should be involved in both making their own art and enjoying the art of others. Art activities are important, because they encourage each child’s “full and all-sided development”. Making art builds children’s self-esteem by giving them opportunities to express what they are thinking and feeling. Thus children are allowed to freely choose their art material and express themselves in a given project, which is based on theme.
Fine motor skill – Realizing the need for the development of fine motor skills in small children, Some of the activities that are set up are clay modelling, lacing, beading, developing scissor skills, etc.
Music and movement – It is an integral part of the classroom activities and children are given exposure to various forms of arts. Story-telling and puppet theatre also form a part of the daily routine of the child.
At Prerna Little Flower we have outdoor play areas where the children can swing, slide, climb, skip, hop, jump, tumble and run freely.
All age groups have daily access to the indoor play areas equipped with ride-on , bikes, cars, tunnels, climbing , ball pools, etc. Within this area children are encouraged to freely experiment with the toys and participate in light exercise; this is an ideal opportunity to build a child’s confidence in movement.