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The first ever English Indian Kindergarten is set to open in Dongtan, Hwaseong-si, Korea. It is a great opportunity for your kids to learn English as a native language, along with science and maths. Our hope is to invoke your students' creativity through art and to teach them healthy activities through gym. Indian kids will also get a unique opportunity to learn their national language, Hindi, as well as Indian traditions and culture. Our kindergarten will include an English program based on American curriculum and a Hindi syllabus based on the CBSE curriculum of India. Your best chance of success is with Apple Tree English Kindergarten.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

Nursery Syllabus

Nursery Syllabus  (Age 3-4 Years)

ENGLISH
·        Introduction of Lower Case/small letters    a- z
·        Introduction of Phonics & related vocabulary
·        Making 3 letter words
·        Days of the week
·        Sing Along Songs & Rhymes
·        Story Sessions & Conversation
·        Picture Talks

MATHS
·       Counting 1-50
·        Recognition of numerals 1-10 & Value Association.
·        Reverse Counting 10-1
·        Shapes
 .   Recognition of numerals 1-100 & Value Association

HINDI
     ·  Recognition of alphabets.
     ·  Songs and chant.
     ·  Learn to speak basic greeting words and self     introduction in Hindi
INDIAN CULTURE
·       History of India
·        Kingdoms & dynasties
·        Great kings of India
·        Philosophers
·        Freedom fighters
·        Leaders of India
·        Monuments
·        Historical & Pilgrimage Places
·       Geography of India
·        Physical Features of India
·        Climate of India
·        Main Maps - states, major rivers, major crop area
·        Natural resources
·       Crops of India
·       Story telling classes
·        Epics: Ramayana
·       stories:  Panchatantra, Aesop's Fables
·       Celebrating Indian Festival

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
·       Coloring
·        Puzzles
·       Scrap Book and Chart making
·       Project works
·       Collecting the coins and stamps
·       Games
·       Creativity
·        Making thorans, kites, cards, Rangoli
·       Letter writing to grand parents
·       Singing patriotic songs

 OTHER ACTIVITIES
·        Art & Craft
·        Cooking Activities
·        Imaginative & Free Play
·        Gym Time
·        Educative Games
·        Dance & Music
·        Outings & Excursions 

8 comments:

  1. Man don't tell me that you had learnt Kingdoms & dynasties
    · Great kings of India
    · Philosophers
    · Freedom fighters
    · Leaders of India
    · Monuments
    · Historical & Pilgrimage Places
    · Geography of India
    · Physical Features of India
    · Climate of India
    · Main Maps - states, major rivers, major crop area
    · Natural resources
    · Crops of India
    · Story telling classes
    · Epics: Ramayana
    · stories: Panchatantra, Aesop's Fables
    · Celebrating Indian Festival

    in your child hood.

    IF YES THEN YOU ARE "EINSTEIN"

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    1. I agree with you... we surely did in our childhood but that was not nursery for sure :)

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  2. Are you mad? All this in pre school to put in a child's mind

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  3. This is absurd. Please get yourself treated at a mental hospital.

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  4. Wat a bullshit....surprised to see all dis in lower nursery

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  5. how can you expect a 3 yr old to learn this much of Indian Culture; to make kites and thorans and making 3 letter words...at this age they can only learn A-Z . I dont think that you might have learned that much when you were in nursery..

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  6. Don't scare the children by pushing with a huge syllabus.This is not fare. you are keeping much syllabus along with exams.now a days parents are pushing the children for ranks. so stop rubbish from kids atleast.

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