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Teachers help children to learn concepts of number, patterns, measurement, and other math concepts during play and inquiry. 

By the end of the program, children will:

  • Count orally to 30, and use cardinal and ordinary numbers

  • Use simple measurement terms correctly

  • Use language accurately to describe basic spatial relationships

  • Identify and reproduce simple patterns

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Kids learn how to communicate thoughts, feelings, and how to express themselves using words, gestures, and representations. Teachers will teach kids to read and write when they are ready.

By the end of the program, children will:

  • Listen and respond to others in a variety of contexts

  • Use gestures, tone of voice, and other nonverbal means to communicate more effectively.

  • Identify most of the letters of the alphabet and demonstrate understanding that letters represent sounds and that written words convey meaning

  • Write simple messages using a combination of pictures, symbols, letters, phonetic spellings, and familiar words

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Kids in Technology Class


Children can work on hands-on learning experiences to explore the world around them, including Plants, Weather, Animals, and Health.

By the end of the program, children will:

  • Describe some natural occurrences, using their own observations

  • Describe some differences between living and non-living things

  • Describe the functions of common objects found at home and at school

  • Describe different kinds of weather and the ways in which people adapt to the weather

  • Identify patterns and cycles in the natural world

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Visual Arts & Crafts

This subject enhances kids’ creativity and their imagination. We provide all the materials that they need, including watercolor paintings, brushes, color pens, and even more.

By the end of the program, children will:

  • Mix paint to create new colours

  • Show skills in cutting, pasting, and painting

  • Use a variety of tools and materials in creating art works

  • Identify elements of visual images

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Dance and Physical Activity

Kids participate actively in creative movement and other daily physical activities. Teachers help kids to express their responses to a variety of forms of dance and music from various cultures.

By the end of the program, children will:

• Perform in a group;

• Use their creativity in movement, mime, and dance activities;

• Adapt songs, fingerplays, and rhymes;

• Enact stories from their own and other cultures;

• Play the parts of characters from folk tales and legends of various countries.

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Basic French

Learning a second language at a young age helps kids to develop their critical thinking, concentration, and problem-solving skills. French provides opportunities for children to explore a new language with fun and enjoyable activities.

 By the end of the program, children can:

  • Sing French kids’ songs

  • Count orally to 20 in French

  • Speak basic French commands in a simple conversation

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