At this age, children are just beginning to learn what communication is. However, this part of their development comes mostly from the “input”. Absorbing the sounds and words that surround them on a daily basis. With that in mind, this age groups lessons and filled with new words and experiences presented in English through games and play.
Reading is vital to early child development. Through the reading of picture books, children are not only able to associate commonly heard words with pictures within the pages, but also are exposed to a plethora of emotional, moral, social and behavioural norms. Imagination, creativity, concentration and imagery are also nurtured by this activity.
Music and Rhythm
Movement to music is not only fun, but it exposes children to the wonder and beauty of melody and rhythm. The cognitive senses are exercised in this activity. And the joy of dancing and moving to an English song is an enjoyable activity for children and teachers alike.
＊Activity times may change to morning time should the need arise.
＊ Lesson content varies weekly.
English lessons are held twice a week with our experienced Native Speaking English teacher. Rather than a standardized lesson, Children learn through Art, Science, and Musical based activities designed to enrich and make English something to be not only learned, but enjoyed!
Children relish in their developing ability to express their feeling and opinions effectively to both adults and their peers. This feeling of accomplishment nurtures a sense of acceptance and understanding. This positive emotion reinforces the bonds
between us all. In lieu memorization we opt to harness that emotion to not just maximize comprehension but nurture a true understanding of what it means to not only express ones’ self, but also to listen to others as well. This is what we believe to be the essence of communication.
Math, to a child, while seemly unimportant to everyday life, is an interesting and fun exercise to all children. “How many friends are here today?” “How many brushes do we need?”. These are real world examples of Math in action daily in the life of a child. Counting, adding, and subtracting can all be reinforced by taking these everyday examples and working them into an experience. And the goal here again is learning through play. To allow children the pleasure of enjoying something they didn’t even realize was a lesson.
*Swimming classes will become available soon.*
Children will be escorted to a nearby pool by bus where trained professionals will teach them how to enjoy swimming safely.
*Soccer club (JSA Japan Soccer Association U6 Certified) He have a certified soccer coach on staff who will instruct students in soccer fundamentals, teamwork and fair play.
(*Optional course. Addition fee required)