Our Curriculum

The Einstein Kids Preschool curriculum is designed exclusively for children aged 1.8 - 6 years. Our curriculum is a blend of four world renowned philosophies – The Theory of Multiple Intelligences by Dr. Howard Gardner, Playway Method, Montessori Method and Reggio Emilia Approach – and is designed to encourage hands-on learning experiences along with audio-visual learning.

‘Multiple Intelligence Framework of Dr. Howard Gardner’

“It's a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.”

We respects, understands and nurtures the uniqueness of each child. We believe that each child is unique and our aim is to help them become happy, social and confident children. First we focus on identifying every child’s learning style and then teaching him/ her through that style so that learning is faster and easier for the child. Besides we have a more fun based learning approach where each child gets to do something that he/ she enjoys while learning. We concentrate on the holistic development for each child by following Seven Pedagogies of Early Childhood Development that looks at enhancing the following skills:

  • A child needs to be physically strong. At this stage it is important that we develop his/her muscles based on the developmental need of the child. Here children learn to use the big muscle groups of their body. Crawling , walking, jumping , climbing , maintaining balance & changing positions are all examples of this.

    • Learning hand-eye coordination is the focus here. Kids learn how to control precise muscle movement in their hands to build fine motor skills. Coloring, cutting with scissors, tearing paper, clay molding, lacing boards are all activities which reinforce this development.

  • This skill centers on the child’s ability to speak, read, and write, expression and presentation, involving alphabetic and phonetic learning. Learning the ABC’s, the “magic” words like “please” and “I’m sorry”, and the wonder of a simple thank you note are all prime examples.

    • Children at this stage have an active mind and it is crucial that their thinking skills including learning, understanding, problem-solving, reasoning as well as early math skills, counting, patterning and remembering needs are enhanced through various activities and positive learning experiences.

  • Children at this stage are egocentric and find solace in company of their near and dear ones. The need to express, share and get acceptance is crucial for their emotional growth. It is important at this stage to build positive relationships with family, friends, teachers and their inner circle of people and to learn social rules like cooperating and responding to the feelings of others while working in a group activity. Making sure a child feels safe and nurtured, using manners and kind behavior or words are part of this development.

    • This development focuses on making child aware of personal hygiene, safety and self help skills. In this skill children begin to show a little independence and learn how to take care of themselves. Using the toilet , bathing , learning to dress and eat on their own, how to tie their own shoes and brush their own teeth are all prime examples.

  • Teaching kids to love and respect themselves is a behavior that is learned from and modeled by parents. Children learn by observation as well as exploration, and they are always watching. Knowing the difference between right and wrong is an important lesson to be learned early on. Respecting oneself includes respecting others and all that is in the world around us.

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