The Playgroup classroom offers the early Practical Life exercises, such as Pouring, Opening and Closing, Spooning, Bead Stringing, Polishing and Large Water Activities. These activities are aimed at enhancing the child’s development of fine motor control, hand-eye coordination, balance, sense of order, concentration and independence.
Sensorial materials include material for practice with dimension, Musical Equipment, Sorting and Shapes. They are exposed to a variety of materials for sensory learning and experiences. The child uses all five senses – touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing – to understand and absorb information about his or her environment.The focus on the Playgroup Program is to cultivate their growing need for independence, order, sensory exploration, movement and language.
A safe and positive social environment assists in laying the foundation of the personality and positive self-image. The highlights of the program are:
Physical activities that improve gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination, sharing, cooperation, creativity and problem solving. Everyday practical life activities to help integrate intelligence, will, movement, fine motor skills, spatial thinking exercise mental physical independence, develop concentration and self-esteem.
Language acquisition by offering creative methods to expand their vocabulary done by means of joining conversations, listening to stories, classifying and naming objects, matching cards, learning songs.