Curriculum

"The academic achievement is co-related with the developmentally appropriate curriculum"

Eden Castle values this philosophy and has accordingly set up its Pre-School curriculum to nurture the whole child which focuses on the"THE SEVEN DOMAINS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT"


 

Gross motor

This involves learning to use all of the "big" muscles in our body. Crawling, walking, running, skipping, jumping, and climbing are all examples of gross motor activity.

Fine Motor

Fine motor activities teach hand-eye coordination. These activities require a child to learn to precisely control the muscles in the hands. Things like coloring, writing, cutting with scissors, using tweezers, tearing paper, etc. all help build fine motor skills.

Self-Help/Adaptive

Learning to dress oneself, feed oneself, using the toilet, brushing teeth, bathing, tying shoes, etc. Everything that a child needs to know to start being more independent. Running, jumping, and climbing are just important for a child as learning the ABC's.Most of all, let your child be a child!!! After all, if they don't have time to be a kid now, when will they?

Social and Emotional

Your child is a social being! Learning to "play" (especially with others) is a skill. "Teaching" in this domain also involves making sure a child feels safe and nurtured. Manners and using kind words might also be examples included in our curriculum

Spiritual & Moral

Teaching your child to love and obey God is the most important thing you can ever do! Recognizing the difference between right and wrong will fall in place if you are simultaneously teaching and modeling God's love. In my opinion, this is the area that is most lacking in our culture today. And if parents don't teach it, who will???

Language

This domain includes alphabetic & phonemic awareness, oral, and written language. Learning the ABC's (as well as the sounds each letter makes) is another example of a language activity.

Cognitive

This includes cause-and-effect, reasoning, counting, patterning as well as early-math skills.

 

curriculam

"The academic achievement is co-related with the developmentally appropriate curriculum"

Eden Castle values this philosophy and has accordingly set up its Pre-School curriculum to nurture the whole child which focuses on the"THE SEVEN DOMAINS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT"


 

Gross motor

This involves learning to use all of the "big" muscles in our body. Crawling, walking, running, skipping, jumping, and climbing are all examples of gross motor activity.

Fine Motor

Fine motor activities teach hand-eye coordination. These activities require a child to learn to precisely control the muscles in the hands. Things like coloring, writing, cutting with scissors, using tweezers, tearing paper, etc. all help build fine motor skills.

Self-Help/Adaptive

Learning to dress oneself, feed oneself, using the toilet, brushing teeth, bathing, tying shoes, etc. Everything that a child needs to know to start being more independent. Running, jumping, and climbing are just important for a child as learning the ABC's.Most of all, let your child be a child!!! After all, if they don't have time to be a kid now, when will they?

Social and Emotional

Your child is a social being! Learning to "play" (especially with others) is a skill. "Teaching" in this domain also involves making sure a child feels safe and nurtured. Manners and using kind words might also be examples included in our curriculum

Spiritual & Moral

Teaching your child to love and obey God is the most important thing you can ever do! Recognizing the difference between right and wrong will fall in place if you are simultaneously teaching and modeling God's love. In my opinion, this is the area that is most lacking in our culture today. And if parents don't teach it, who will???

Language

This domain includes alphabetic & phonemic awareness, oral, and written language. Learning the ABC's (as well as the sounds each letter makes) is another example of a language activity.

Cognitive

This includes cause-and-effect, reasoning, counting, patterning as well as early-math skills.

 
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