Hands-on, simple experiments demonstrate earth-science physical concepts such as magnetism, gravity, light and electricity. Investigation of nature’s constant elements such as volcanoes, earthquakes and historical aspects of pre-historic creatures such as dinosaurs.
Development of practical everyday skills. Practical life activities promote concentration, order, coordination and independence with activities such as pouring, sweeping, buttoning, scrubbing and zippering.
The study of the Earth and its continents, puzzle maps, Earth’s land and water forms, weather systems, outer space, countries of different continents and various cultural traditions.
The development and refining of the senses through exploration of the physical world including smell, taste, sight, sound, touch and grading of size, shape and color.
Study of animals, mammals & non-mammals, vertebrates & invertebrates, parts of various animals, different species, life-cycles of animals and animal habitats & characteristics.
Association of quantity and number symbols, memory work, concrete abstraction, decimal system, arithmetic operations and geometric studies.
The study of plants, life cycle of plants, parts of plants, classification, how plants grow and care of plants.
Phonetics, symbolic representation of letters, introduction to reading, reading fluency, introduction to Grammar, handwriting (formation and printing) and sentence analysis.