In the class, students start to develop good learning habits and positive self-esteem. Students are introduced to a more rigorous approach to inquisitive learning. They learn “how to learn”. They expand their vocabularies through and use more complex sentences to make connections and express themselves. Deeper understanding of concepts are facilitated through singing, telling and retelling stories, role playing and mini projects. They take a greater role in arts and crafts projects as they gain better control of small objects like crayons and scissors. They also develop more of their self-help skills such as personal care, managing their belongings, and dressing themselves. Children begin to learn the concept of letters and sounds, colors, shapes and objects, numbers and counting. They participate more in group activities and practice the important skills of negotiating conflicts and expressing their feelings appropriately.
Daily Routine(3 year old)
- Short day course
- Long day course
Greeting & Settling in
Class greeting, Songs and Chants, Calendar time, Show and Tell, Daily Leaders, and Key Question
Toilet & Tea break
Multi-sensory approach to learning
Phonemic Awareness based on
Orton Gillingham Litaracy Approach
Music / PE / Cooking
Activity schedule depends on school day
Language Arts / STEAM
Project-based learning and development of 21st century skills.
Students can choose to bring home lunch or request for school lunch.
Special lunches are available for allergy concerns and food preferences.
Personal hygiene, managing belongings, and dressing.
Rest / Storytelling
Learning Centers / Online Reading Workshop
Hands-on exploration of learning materials that sparks students curiosity and support critical- thinking skills
Based on Isiisiki Japanese Curriculum
Tidy-up & Goodbye Meeting