Newborn to 1 year old
Infants learn about the world through touch, sight, sound, taste, and smell. They begin to trust the adults that care for them. This early sense of trust will help them develop positive relationships for the rest of their lives. Various activities are to encourage cognitive development , boost physical development and enhance language skills. Infants also learn to grasp, sit-up, crawl, and walk. Older babies learn to talk and express themselves using one or two word sentences.
1 to 2 years old
In this age group, kids are getting experience with becoming part of a group. They learn to share and take turns, make friends, follow rules and routines, and develop language skills. Teacher will be guiding each child, depending on his/her readiness, toward independent self-care. Meanwhile, fine motor skills are also being developed.
2 to 3 years old
A transition from 2 to 3 years old is the discovery of the world of friends. This age group loves being with kids the same, and learning of imaginative play will help them develop language skills. By the end of this school year, many of them are able to pick out sounds at the beginning of a word and to recognize rhymes, which are critical skills for reading success. In addition, counting skills and self-disciplinary behavior will be developed.
3 to 4 years old
Before they go to pre-kindergarten, many 4 years old are capable on increasing attention span, understanding rules, and following directions. They can identify the starting sounds of words and being able to rhyme easily. Concepts of handwriting is being introduced and even if your child can't write letters, he or she should be able to visualize how to do so. Kids are far more adept now at playing cooperatively by creating roles, plotlines, and incorporate fairness.