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Blog For Early Pre School And Pre School

Hello, dear parents!

We had fun- filled week! We had a wonderful time exploring areas and playing with our friends.

How Early Preschool and Preschool spent their week?

Cooperative game: Working on gross motor skills helps a child gain strength and confidence in his/her body. It also helps them to get exercise and physical activity, which is important for a healthy lifestyle. Developing these skills helps a child’s ability to do more complex skills in future activities.

We encourage our children to develop through gross motor activities. So, planned our game on their gross motor skill development. The game went like this: we fill a tub with water and put colorful balls inside, after that we asked our kids to take their shoes and socks off and then they take a turn to take the ball from the tub by using their legs and put it on the basket near them. It was full of fun to see the kids on such activities. The challenge they faced in this game was, they were struggling to hold the ball it kept slipping down as it fell from their feet after they held it !! That was a fun way of developing gross motor skill for our children’s. We enjoyed the game.

Literacy; - This is the time to create and share our story with our friends. We drew our stories on our journal book. We had lots of stories to share. Some of us drew our mum and dad, others where busy drawing and decorating rainbow that was such an amazing session to see our kids in such way.we love to hear and share our stories with our friends!!

Science;-this week in our science class we continued to work on the means of transport by discussing and having lots of means of transport pictures. We drew a sky, land and water on our whiteboard, we let our kids to choose any picture from the given one and identify the means of transport and stick(Match) the pictures where they belongs . They all tried their best! It was an easy and fun way of teaching our kids about types of transport.

Art; - We incorporate our art lesson with our science class. We discussed and planned to make a boat by using different shaped and colorful paper and glue.We fold the circle shaped in to half and stick the triangle shape paper on the top of the paper. After that we pick the little circle ones and Stick them on the bottom of the boat. After that we all got our amazing boat. It was such a fine art work we all liked it.

Math;- Measurement is an important math skill that everyone needs to know. Kids understand basic measurement vocabulary and concepts. Weight, height, length … these are just a few essential measurement words of which kids begin to understand the meaning.

They also start to compare, order, and sort items based on these ideas. When we work on measurements we get lots of objects like water bottles, pencil, markers colors,Lego and many more to teach our kids about comparing "big "and" small" objects.

They pick different objects they want to compare and display for their teachers and friends how big and small that object is. Our kids find this so familiar because they used to compare their water bottles, shoes and bags on their own way out of the class. It is wonderful to see kids exploring their world in their own way.

Preschool and Early Preschool Explorations schedule

For Preschool

  • Monday - Cooperative Game

  • Tuesday -Literacy

  • Wednesday – Science

  • Thursday – Math

  • Friday – Library


  • Tuesday – Music

  • Wednesday – Art

For Early Preschool

  • Monday –Cooperative Games

  • Tuesday-Literacy

  • Wednesday – Science

  • Thursday –Library

  • Friday – Math


  • Monday - Music

  • Friday – Art


  • The weather is changing so don’t forget to put a hat and sunscreen in your child’s bag.

  • On our Art days try to send the children with Art friendly clothing.

  • Don’t forget to return Library folders on your child’s library days. Have an amazing weekend!!


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