EDUCATING & NURTURING YOUNG LEARNERS 
TO BE CARING & RESPONSIBLE GLOBAL CITIZENS

 

Why Multisensory Learning is Important?


Multisensory Learning & Activities

 

Multi-sensory learning is about catering for the different needs and learning styles of learners. 

All of us learn through all our senses. Some of us learn better through one sense than another.


Some children learn best through visual approaches; others through auditory approaches; yet others through a combination of the two.

Not everyone learns best, in the same way, we need to accommodate different learning styles.



Multi-sensory involves all the senses 

Sight text, pictures, graphics...

  • Sound listening to the teacher and others, to recordings, videos, talking, whispering, singing, rhymes, story-telling, clapping rhythmically...

  •  Touch handling objects, making things, describing shapes, gesturing, using computer keyboard...

  • Taste sampling food and drink...


The multi-sensory approach to teaching and learning...

Empowers children to learn and develop language proficiency, reading, and writing abilities, and math skills essential for ongoing success in school and life. The keys to success are small steps, frequent repetition, and a wide variety of activities.  

• Exposure to new ideas and concepts. Independence and self-confidence


• Social skills, sharing and the ability to make new friends. Self-awareness and respect for others


• Emotional skills, such as understanding their own feelings and those of others


• Language, literacy and numeracy skills. Learning in group activities, such as singing, dancing, making things together


New research and long explored ideas of learning


• We provide an enriching, nurturing, educational environment where children can play, explore, create and learn. ( using all senses to acquire knowledge )


• Builds on each child's interests and natural curiosity. Subjects covered are integrated and child-centered.


• Creative and integrated curriculum nurtures children's interests. Prepares them for academic success.



The exercise of Practical Life: 

Your children learn from others about 'The Art of Living'


• Moral values - courtesy, respect, personal grooming, and hygiene.


• Develop gross and fine motor skills and the sense of order


• Sociability - the ability to work with and relate to others

 

Children develop communication skills through various activities-

Communicating thoughts, ideas, and feelings through speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Story telling cultivates the love of reading. We encourage children to analyze the story using open-ended questions.


Dramatization activity and role play, children learn to express themselves. These activities boost their creativity and confidence.


Phonics system is used to introduce the sound of letters. This helps children recognize words. Writing - children learn good pencil control and the correct formation of letters.


Language - is an important component in the early childhood curriculum. It incorporates the four essential and interrelated skills of listening, speaking, and writing skills contribute to the development of reading readiness. Learning these skills help them to read


Musical activities enhance creativity, children learn to appreciate music through rhymes, singing, dancing, poetry 



Early Mathematical Skills


Developing children's knowledge and understanding of mathematical skills, set up for a lifetime of achievement in all aspects of their academic performance.


Using concrete materials-use for early math skills- counting, patterning, sequencing. In our math program, children are challenged to think and solve problems through a variety of learning experiences including investigation with materials, class discussion, paper and pencil work.


Abacus and Mental Arithmetic is officially introduced by the Government nationwide to all primary schools. We take a positive step to teach abacus and mental arithmetic to older children to prepare for their primary education.



Children apply their understanding through hands-on activities...


• Numeral identification, simple counting and numerical activities


• Patterning recognition and creation. Sorting and classifying.


• Providing toys, blocks that allow for developing the concept of numbers


• Choosing books and multimedia focusing on numbers and counting


• Basic numeracy skills are used for addition and subtraction concepts.



Creative Expressions


We value both art and music as outlets for creativity and understanding. Our children enjoy learning in our dynamic and fun environment.


• Music Program meets the developmental needs of children as they grow. Music & movements give children the opportunity for social, intellectual, emotional, aesthetic and physical growth.


• Art and Craft provide children with enjoyable creative activities that will encourage them to express themselves freely.  Art exploration with different mediums such as finger painting, collages works...


• Speech and drama- children are able to express themselves. They become self-confident and good communicators.



Culture Awareness - Geography, History, Science


Culture awareness enhance children's knowledge and understanding of the world. They are curious to know more about their surroundings. They begin to ask for an explanation and they do this by asking "why?"


• Simple and easy to understand Geography, History, and Science are introduced to their curious minds. Through storytelling and sensorial ways, they learn about the surroundings and thereby enhancing their vision of the world and universe.


• Culture awareness promotes critical thinking skills and science knowledge through an inquiry-oriented approach.Children learn through discovery, cooperate, negotiate and share ideas.


• Learning outside the classrooms enables children to engage in exploring, investigating and experimenting with its environment


• Science is knowledge about the world, asking questions and learning how to solve problems. Science creates a sense of wonder and excitement for children.



Personal & Social Development


• Children learn to listen quietly and demonstrate an understanding of classroom rules.


• Engage in activities that involve interactions, such as cooking, reading. Develop friendship and respect for others.


• Develop self-care skills - ask for help when needed assistance with a self-help task or solving a problem.


• Understanding and appreciation of other cultures. Become more respectful, responsible, kind, caring and peaceful members of the community.



Multimedia Technology


In today's information age, computer skill is a must for children. Early preparation and solid foundation help your children feel comfortable learning and handling the technology.


Technology is one of the best teaching tools we have today for getting children passionate, excited and engaged in the learning process.

The computer sparks children's curiosity and simultaneously engages multiple senses; sight (computer screen), hearing (the sounds from the computer), touch (mouse and keyboard).


I T- Captures the children's interest with fascinating graphics, animations, thematic learning modules.


The computer programs are designated for children from ages 2 – 6 according to the ability levels.


• Basic computer skill and literacy program


• Age appropriate curriculum for your children to nurture interest in IT


• The instructional learning objects are designed to capture children attention



Physical Education & Well-being


Physical Education emphasizing games and activities which make moderate use of the muscle without being harmful to growing bodies.

Children develop physical skills, promote mobility, manipulative skills, motor skills, spatial awareness, flexibility...


• Children love their daily games, sports, nature studies, gardening as well as the cooking lessons, art, and craft activities.


• Fine-motor activities emphasize motor control, precision, and accuracy of movement. Eye-hand coordination activities, balancing skills using different parts of the body etc.


• Using a computer mouse, cutting with scissors, and drawing are the foundational skills needed for the demands of handwriting.


• Gross-motor development requires thought and deliberate movement such as throwing, catching, kicking are fundamental cross-motor skills.


• The active multi sensory approach provides a solid foundation for healthy growth and development which enhance children's readiness for school.


• Children experience a rich, varied curriculum that inculcates independence, responsibility, integrity, respect, team work, and leadership.

 

 

 
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