Nursery Program – AGE GROUP 3 – 4 years

Nursery Program – AGE GROUP 3 – 4 years

For children aged between 3 – 4 years; Building on social, language and pre-math skills

Age 3 years – 4 years

At Kidzeria nursery school, kids experience an explosion of language, along with dramatic advancement in fine and gross motor control, problem-solving ability, independence, and social interaction. They may begin to read two/three words and can make interesting mathematical patterns.

Nursery is when the learning experience gets a boost!  A child who has been through play group with us already knows the basics of group study – raising your hand when you want to speak, sitting in a circle around the teacher. Now it’s time for them to learn to do things by themselves.

The USP of our nursery class is differentiated learning, a keystone of the IB curriculum. what differentiated Learning means in this: all children of this age group may not be at the same level, learning wise, Some may not be able to hold a pencil steadily yet, while others may even be writing! To give every child the attention he or she needs, we divide the class into 2 groups – younger and older children. Each child receives focussed attention to teach them the basics – holding a pencil in the tripod position (i.e., using three fingers only), the alphabet, basic colours.

A special feature of our Nursery section is the morning meeting,a free flowing exchange of ideas through conversation, designed to improve alertness and curiosity. We ask children questions such as: How was the weather today? What is the day today? What do you eat vegetables? Do you know who the Prime Minister of our country is? General Knowledge is one of the most important yet often neglected areas of learning, which we make a point including in our curriculum.

In Nursery School, children develop the following skills:

  • Pre math and logic-based skills like identifying patterns, sequencing, size, and quantity
  • Language skills through writing and reading whole words
  • Early reading skills as they are encouraged to become independent readers.

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