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Kindergarten Kids School - Prospectus

Kindergarten Kids School - Prospectus

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ملِع ينْدز بّر 
indergartenids
 
Early Learning School Pakistan
(A Non-profitable Institution for your child’s care)
KindegartenKids- Early Learning School
Starting School
Starting school is an important step in a young child's life and 'Is my childready for school?' is a question asked by many parents.
 
Children develop at different rates and learn skills in different ways. It is theschool's task to respond to the needs, learning styles and rates of progress of individual students. Schools also plan learning experiences based on the skillsstudents bring to school.
What is the right age?
 Children may enter Kindergarten at the beginning of the school year inKindergarten Kids Early Learning schoolsif they turn 2+ on or before 31
st
Aprilin that year.Some gifted or talented children may be ready to start school at an earlier age while others may benefit from being a little older. By International law, UnitedNations, all children must start school by their sixth birthday.Parents will need to provide proof of their child's age when starting school.When children start Kindergarten, parents/caregivers are also required toprovide an immunization certificate - a record of the child's immunizationstatus. Speak to your doctor, local council bodies e.g. D.H.A, Clifton Board etc.or school about any affiliation with hospital for immunization.
 
Children with special needs
 Special advice and support is available to parents/caregivers of children withdisabilities to help them access appropriate educational services. You can comeand talk to the school as early as possible about these services. We may also
 
consider Children from Rural Areas and give special Education Assistant andthe Special Education Consultant.
Whom can I talk to?
 Parents/caregivers of students starting kindergarten often want furtherinformation and advice about whether their child is ready to start school. Thereare a number of education professionals who may be able to offer guidanceabout your child's specific needs. Parents/caregivers are encouraged to speakto their child's pre-school or day care teacher or care, the school principal of  The Kindergarten Kids School,or to the school counselor, school K-2 supervisorand the Kindergarten teacher at school.
Orientation Day
 Most schools have orientation days towards the end of the previous year to welcome children to Kindergarten. Many schools also have transition toKindergarten programs in the second part of the year.
Preparing for Kindergarten
Parents/caregivers can do a lot to help prepare their child for Kindergartenbefore the big 'first day'. Below is a list of skills that will be useful for childrenstarting Kindergarten. We recognize that not all children will have these skillsas everyone develops at a different pace, so this is intended only as a guide sothat starting school may be just a little easier. The Early learning environment is much different from the traditionalMontessori model. Instead of information passing from the teacher to thestudent, the teacher is skilled in putting the child in touch with theenvironment, and helping him learn to make intelligent choices and to carry outresearch in a prepared environment. The teacher then protects the student'sconcentration from interruption. This fosters a love of lifetime learning skills inthe student.Keep in mind a triangle: the student, the parent or teacher, and theenvironment. It is the role of the adult to prepare, and continue to prepare, theenvironment, to link the child to it through well-thought-out introductions tobooks and materials, projects, and lessons, which nurture the child'sexploration and creativity. Children thus taught often surpass both the level of education of their peers, and the knowledge of the adult in all areas -- then theylearn to find answers for themselves. The Early learning schoolhas environment that is being arranged according tothe subject area -- cleaning, gardening, arts & craft, caring & sharing, librarycorner, etc. -- children always free to move around the room instead of stayingat desks. There is no limit to how long a child can work on something she haschosen. At any one time in a day all subjects -- practical work, math, language,science, history, geography, art, music, etc. -- will be being studied, at all levels,by children of mixed ages learning from each other, facilitated by carefulobservation, individual lessons, record keeping, and help of the teacher.
 
 The Kinder garden School has developed an independent faculty for children of 3 to 7yrs and plus, It has adequate modern facilities with quality playgroundequipment. The teaching staff is qualified in developing the latest educationaltechniques to ensure a head start for the future of our young scholars.Areas of specialization: English language skills:* Math Skills.* Sequencing Skills.* Concentration Skills.* Eye & hand co-ordination Skills* Social skills.Encourage Practical life activities.Your child will be encouraged to attempt the things mentioned below, but donot worry if your child cannot do all of them. Talk to the Kindergarten teacher,and together you can support and assist your child's learning.
Language
 
talks to other people about familiar objects and events
answers and asks simple questions
makes needs known
follows simple instructions
uses books for enjoyment or for looking at pictures
identifies pictures in books, magazines, on television or video
uses a variety of things (pens, pencils, text’s, paintbrushes, sticks in the dirt)to draw, to scribble or to write
 joins in singing familiar songs
Mathematics
recognizes that numbers can be used to count
uses words such as many, a lot, more, less
identifies things in a group that are different
sees differences in shapes
Differentiates between opposites - up and down, under and over, in front andbehind, day and night.
Personal/Social Skills
 

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