Windchimes

Curriculum

Nursery
Nursery

FREE PLAY

To enhance fine motor skills we have activities like stringing beads, rice transfer, paper cutting with scissors, building blocks, putting rajma on tape, rice play, stacking rings, writing on slates.

To enhance their imagination we have toys like foam blocks, kitchen toys, lego blocks, water play.

RHYME TIME

  • Basic Rhymes - ABC,I love you, 3 Magic words.
  • Numeral Rhymes -1,2 buckle my shoe,5 little fish, 10 little firemen.
  • Concept related rhymes - Walking through the jungle, Johnny works with 1 hammer, 2 red apples, I went to visit a farm one day, the people in your neighbourhood.

ALPHA TIME

Recognising and identifying lower and upper case alphabets, alphabet games.

NUMBER TIME

Recognising numbers 1-10, 2-3 puzzles, number games.

READING READINESS

Reading books from the library.

CONCEPT TIME

Every month we have different concepts such as:
The 3 different seasons, flowers, insects, fruits, vegetables, pet, farm and wild animals, community helpers, marine animals.

We have field trips once a month related to the concepts.

ART TIME

We have our own Workbooks that have worksheets related to the concepts that are done everyday.

OPPOSITES

Children learn the concept of different Opposites:
Tall and Short, Fat and Thin, Happy and Sad, Laugh and Cry.

SHAPES AND COLOURS

Children recognize different Shapes : Square, triangle, circle, rectangle.
Primary and Secondary Colours : Red, Blue, Yellow, Orange, Green, Purple.

INFORMAL CONVERSATION

Days of the week, months of the year, children’s full name and address.

GROSS MOTOR ACTIVITIES

Outdoor play , racing , 4 corners with shapes, playing in the sand pit, bean bag toss, hoopla rings, music and movements.

COMPUTER TIME

Children are brought to the office and different activities are done on the computer.

SPECIAL DAYS

Festivals, field Trips, visits by different people related to the concepts of the month.

P.T.M

We have Parent Teacher Meets every 3 months to discuss the progress of the child.


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