Kindergarten: K1 - K3
We use the unique Key to Learning curriculum, which focuses on developing children’s learning abilities. This Vygotskian-based approach to teaching is a research-based program that combines intentional, imaginative play and developmental psychology. Our curriculum focuses on developing the cognitive, communicative, and self-regulative abilities of early years learners through focused 20-minute activities that encourage children to be independent learners.
|Construction||Sensory Mathematics||Artographics||Expressive Movements||Mathematics||You+Me+World|
|Develops mathematical and goal-directed behavior. Children analyze the structure of objects, plan, explain their plans, and execute them using modular building blocks.||Develops the ability to analyze the external, visual qualities of objects using sensory standards such as color, shape, and size. Builds the foundation for the development of mental abilities.||Cultivates the essential skills required both for writing and creative artistic expression. Develops “art vision” and introduces different symbolic tools, composition, rhythm, and color.||Develops emotional intelligence, non-verbal communication skills, creativity, and productive imagination through body movement, gestures, facial expressions, and music.||Using visual models, children discover the language of mathematics and the concept of measurement. They compare different quantities and qualities of objects and explore the relationships of “more, less, equal.”||Using symbols and visual models, children learn about themselves as physical, emotional and social beings. They investigate the natural and material world (living things and inanimate objects).|