THE PREPARED ENVIRONMENT
WE BELIEVE THAT THE PHYSICAL SPACE, MATERIALS, AND ATMOSPHERE PROFOUNDLY INFLUENCE A CHILD’S LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
We carefully designed and curated our environment to be conducive to exploration, discovery, and growth. A thoughtfully prepared environment provides children with the tools they need for self-directed learning. Our classrooms are arranged with age-appropriate materials that cater to various developmental stages and interests. Everything is within the child’s reach, encouraging independence and fostering a sense of ownership over their learning journey. We recognize the significance of creating a calm and inviting ambiance. Natural light, soothing colors, and comfortable spaces contribute to a positive and harmonious learning atmosphere.
The Prepared Environment
In our classroom environment, the curriculum includes five main areas of focus that cater to a child’s developmental needs
This area focuses on developing everyday l i fe skills and independence. Children engage in activities such as pouring, spooning, buttoning, and sweeping, which refine f ine motor skills and foster a sense of order and concentration.
The sensorial area provides materials that help children refine their senses and understand the world around them. Children explore concepts l ike color, size, shape, texture, sound, taste, and smell, enhancing their sensory perception and discrimination.
Children are exposed to various language activities that promote reading, writing, speaking, and l istening skills. They learn letter sounds, practice phonetic reading, and engage in vocabulary- building exercises.
Introduces children to mathematical concepts using concrete materials. Children learn about numbers, quantity, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division through hands- on activities.
This area covers subjects l ike geography, history, science, and arts. Children explore different cultures, learn about the world' s continents and countries, study famous artists and scientists, and engage in experiments and hands- on activities.