Daycare Programs

Our curriculum is built around the natural learning stages of the child. We offer music and access to instruments, story time, and group activities aimed at teaching your child fundamental skills.

12 - 18 Months of Age

  • Learn to crawl, stand, walk, run and talk
  • Explore Sensory materials
  • Build early language skills through books, Music, flash cards, and stories
  • Develop cognitive skills
  • Build gross motor skills
  • Increase coordination
  • Learn basic concepts
  • Build early fine motor skills
  • Introduce finger painting

18 - 24 Months of Age

  • Improving balance and coordination
  • Build more gross motor skills
  • Engaging in group activities
  • Developing social skills
  • Build fine motor control
  • Explore more sensory materials
  • Explore more with finger painting

24 - 36 Months of Age

  • Learn to follow safety rules
  • Participating in cooperative play
  • Physical fitness activities
  • Build tactic awareness and fine motor control
  • Playing cooperatively
  • Engaging in creative play
  • Developing a sense of self
  • Using language to express ideas
  • Introduce brush painting
  • Introduce play dough
  • Make independent choice
  • Develop oral language skills
  • Simple Art and craft activity

36 Months of Age and Up

  • Alphabet and number knowledge
  • Oral language and vocabulary
  • Identifying alphabet and numbers
  • Learning new vocabulary
  • Describing common objects around the class
  • Recognizing and naming objects
  • More activity with finger and brush painting
  • Art and craft activity
  • Play dough 
  • Getting dressed
  • Washing up
  • My world (family, friends and neighbourhood, my house, pets, myself)
  • The months, days and the four seasons
  • Following directions
  • Learn good manners
  • Explore neighbourhood and environment
  • Puzzle
  • Stacking cups
  • Measure cups
  • Long and short Towers
  • Pop up toy box
  • Snap and lock
  • Building block
  • Sorting
  • Fruits
  • Animals Farm, Zoo and wild
  • Colours
  • Shapes
  • Flash cards ( Object around classroom)
  • Free colouring
  • Chalking
  • Doodling 
  • Painting
  • Water play 
  • Sand play
  • Story (everyday)
  • Music (everyday)
  • Dancing to the rhythm of music (once a week)
  • Dress up time
  • Imaginary play time
  • Play with balls 
  • Stop, listen and go (learn to listen) 
  • Identifying things around the room
  • Play with musical instruments 
  • Circle time activities (everyday) Floor
  • Group time activities (everyday) Floor
  • Group activities on the Table 
  • Daily Recognition of what we have learn 
  • Parts of the body
  • Alphabet
  • Numbers
  • Basic Concepts
  • Four seasons (winter, Spring, Summer and Fall)
  • Rhyming words
  • Learn to walk on a Maze ,Line and in a circle
  • Recognizing letters and numbers
  • Family, Friends, Pets, My house My neighborhood
  • Clothing 
  • Days of the week 
  • Months of the year
  • Talk about food (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Transport 
  • Talk about Town, Beach, Park, wood, jungle 
  • Different Sports
  • Learning to write letter and numbers
  • Learn to spell 3 letter words
  • Learn to read Step one books
  • Active play learn to climb, balance, jump, roll 
  • Dramatic play (let’s pretend we are)
  • My house
  • Library Day

Curriculum Objective Points

Our curriculum is age appropriate, built around the natural learning stages of the child. We take great pride in teaching your child fundamental skills, fun activities, and participating in group activities. Refer to the chart below for a detailed look at what children will be learning.

Active Play

  • Building gross motor skillssafety rules
  • Improving balance and coordination
  • Engaging in group activities
  • Participating in cooperative play
  • Physical fitness
  • Following safety rules

Sand and Water

  • Build tactile awareness
  • Build fine motor control

Dramatic Play

  • Developing social skills
  • Playing cooperatively
  • Engaging in creative play
  • Developing a sense of self
  • Using language to express ideas

Manipulative

  • Develop eye/hand coordination
  • Build fine motor skills

Block Play

  • Engage in cooperative play
  • Make independent choices
  • Develop oral language skills
  • Develop fine motor skills

Puzzles

  • Increasing shape awareness
  • Developing fine motor skills
  • Make independent choices
  • Improving spatial awareness

Music

  • Explore rhythm and movement
  • Listen to and identify song and different sounds
  • Build phonemic awareness
  • Engaging in group activities
  • Improve balance and coordination

Arts & Crafts

  • Exploring sensory materials
  • Building colour recognition
  • Building fine motor skills

Story

  • Developing phonemic awareness 
  • Increasing vocabulary

Early Language Literacy

  • Alphabet knowledge
  • Identifying upper and lowercase
  • Vocabulary development
  • Oral language development
  • Associating letters with sounds
  • Using language to communicate
  • Alphabet recognition and phonic
  • Phonological and phonemic awareness

Mathematics

  • Number knowledge
  • Identifying numbers
  • Number recognition
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