• Providing Exceptional Educational Services
  • Our Activities for Pre Primary Education

    1.Project based learning

    The children are encouraged to learn about various concepts by self exploration and through role plays under the guidance of our teachers.

    2.Fine Motor Skills

    Activities incorporating usage of fine muscles of the body are called fine motor skill activities. These include body movement in coordination with the eyes. This includes touching, grasping, cutting, pasting, working with mold, picking up objects and many more.

    3.Drama and Role plays

    Dramatic play can be defined as a type of play where children accept and assign roles, and then act them out. It is a time when they break through the walls of reality, pretend to be someone or something different from themselves, and dramatize situations and actions to go along with the roles they have chosen to play.

    4.The Sensorial learning activities

    Such activities provides learning through five sense organs. The activities are designed to train and refine each the sense, namely visual, tactile, olfactory, gustatory and auditory, while simultaneously developing the intellect.

    5.Hands On Learning and Experimenting

    Linking learning with the natural environment is more important at primary and pre primary level because curiosity of students is highest at this level. They want to explore the new world and surrounding by themselves.

    6.Celebration of Festivals

    Celebration of national days and festivals promotes national integration and children learn about the rich culture and heritage of our country. Also they understand about the different dressing styles of various cultures.

    7.Gross Motor skills

    Activities incorporating usage of large muscles of the body are called gross motor skills activities. These include activities including sitting, crawling, standing walking, jumping and posture control.

    8.Health Checkups

    Regular health checkups of the children help us to update parents about the growth milestones and healthy eating habits as well as the nutritious diet.

    9.Interaction with Resource People

    The school will also be getting some resource people to visit the school related to the projects being taught at that particular time. This helps them to get firsthand knowledge from them and interact with them for any queries and satisfy their curious mind.

    10.Fireless Cooking

    Cooking instills creativity and a sense of independence. “Kids are excited to see things transform. Once a dish is ready, the child feels a huge sense of pride which enhances confidence immensely. “Learning to cook helps kids learn about nutrition and the importance of a healthy, balanced diet. Also, the excitement with which they create new dishes make them likelier to eat what they make.”

    11.Reading and Writing 

    The processes of reading and writing, together with speaking, develop simultaneously and are interdependent. As children are actively engaged in using language to read and write and to explore print in their play, they learn how written language works.

    12.Outdoor free and guided play

    Children are also encouraged to play free of any barriers during the assigned time duration. This helps in developing the gross as well as fine motor skills. Also the children develop social skill while interacting with their peers.

    13.  Audio Visual Learning

    During this process they utilize all the sensory organs to collect experiences in the mind so that these pictures and experiences can be used in future for developing the knowledge.

    14.Readiness Activities for Pre Primary:

    • Pre-writing skills: These activities prepare the preschooler for holding pencil and balancing notebook or worksheets. The kids are provided with colorful worksheets. They are supposed to work with these worksheets as per the instructions given by the teacher present in the class.
    • Pre-reading skills: These activities prepare the preschooler for identifying the alphabets and their phonics. The teachers and parents make use of educational charts and illustrative lesson plans to make the children identify and speak the alphabet or the name of the object shown.
    • Pre-math skills: These activities prepare the preschooler for identifying the number and its value. In this case also, the teachers and parents use education charts and illustrations in lessons in printed preschool books.

    15.Story and Rhyme Sessions

    These activities include storytelling and rhyme-times, wherein the teachers recite a story or a rhyme to the children using hand movements, puppets and facial gestures. This motivates the child to imagine the character and the scene in the story or the characters of the rhymes. The children are also motivated to start and join in the conversation related to the story. This enhances their imagination and speaking skills.

    16.Yoga / Aerobics 

    They are also trained in Yoga and Aerobics according to their age appropriateness. This helps in enhancing physical strength of the ch

    ildren. 

    17.Free Expressions and Group Discussions

    This is a time in school when the children will get to express themselves freely and share their experiences with their peers and teachers. This helps to develop the social skills amongst them and to shed their inhibitions.

    18.Indoor table and floor activity

    These activities help to develop the eye hand coordination, pincer grip as well as increase the concentration time span of the child.

    19.Art ’ n’ Craft

    Children are also taught to draw, fill colors, fold paper and cutting and paper pasting activities.

    20.Field Trips and excursions

    The children are taken to visit various places of their interest and where they can see and learn. This helps them to get to know their surroundings like a shopping complex, a pet shop, a plant nursery, etc

    21.Music and Movement

    The children are taught to dance and sing children rhymes. Through music and movement, the children learn to balance and coordinate their body movements.