Nursery Class

3-4 Years Old
  • Nursery Class Overview

    Our preschool program has four dedicated classes
  • Nursery Class

    Development of the ability to name and serrate involving the five senses, development of the ability to observe, remember and recall, development of the ability to identify the missing parts, development of the ability to classify, development of the ability to reproduce.

    • Comprehensive reporting on individual achievement
    • Educational field trips and school presentations
    • Individual attention in a small-class setting
    • Positive learning environment for your child
    • Age Group:
      3-4 Years Old
    • Class Size:
      20 Children
    • Sessions:
      Mornings 9 am - 12 noon
  • Our Nursery Class creative Activities are divided into four parts. A) Physical Development B) Social Development C) Emotional Development D) Literary Development

  • 1) Physical Development

    Development of Large muscle coordination. Development of fine muscle coordination; small muscle development, Eye-hand coordination, Hand to mouth coordination

    2) Social Development

    Habit formation:

    (a) Personal habits- Personal and environmental hygiene

    (b) Social Habits- greetings, waiting for others, sharing & cooperating

    ( c) Development of the positive self-concept

    (d) Active participation in group activities

    (e) Decision-making ability

    3) Emotional Development

    Development of the ability to identify and control over emotions.

    D) Literary Development

    Development of Listening Skills – Sound discrimination, listening span, listening comprehension, critical listening

    Development of Speaking Skills – Vocabulary development, fluency, and clarity of expression talking in sequence, creative self-expression

    Development of Reading skills – Visual discrimination, auditory discrimination

    Development of Writing Skills – Strengthening hand muscles, improving pincer grip, fine muscle development, letter perception

  • Nursery Class Worksheet

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