The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood
education views young children as individuals who are curious about their world
and have the powerful potential to learn from all that surrounds them.Educational, psychological, and sociological
influences are important factors to consider in understanding children and
working to stimulate learning in appropriate ways.Teachers employ strategies such as exposing children to a
wide variety of educational opportunities that encourage self-expression, communication,
logical thinking, and problem-solving.
We follow a healthy blend of Play Way , Reggio Emilia and Montessori method .
American Concept Based International curriculum Focused on physical, intellectual, emotional and social
The LITTLE ORCHIDS has everything that you need to develop and nurture the academic and creative development of your toddlers and preschoolers.
Each LITTLE ORCHIDS lesson plan highly researched and tested and is filled with creative art activities, preschool crafts, fun group games, preschool science activities, songs, poems, flashcards, posters, supplies, materials and more.
LITTLE ORCHIDS also provides a separate writing time where children writing skills are focused at early foundation stage. Special pre-designed motor activity is held to start with fine & motor skills development leading to correct holding of writing instrument following proper writing system with predesigned pattern and letter worksheets.
LITTLE ORCHIDS has also blended many critical and scientific thinking skills in curriculum to emphasize logical thinking skills.
We collaborate with the world’s best artists to create fun
and interactive learning content as books.Age appropriate and Personalized Content.
Innovative, thematic and skill based. Highly researched and regular updating. Well planned into weekly and Daily curriculum.
Lot of creative activities to encourage curiosity and joy of learning.
Five Significant Reasons For a Preschool Education
1. Brain development is highest during the first four years of
life. The brain is forming important
neural paths to help development of the child's ability to perform and function
and learn well. Children are able to learn at a rapid rate and want and need to
learn new information. We hear many teachers and parents remark that at this
age their child's brain is like a sponge.
Their brain absorbs information and
stores it, often feeling saturated with new input (another important reason
your child needs at least 10 hours of sleep). But that is precisely one of the
functions of the brain. Your child can benefit immensely when interacting in a
quality preschool which is content rich with appropriate information and
2. Going hand in hand with brain development is the next significant reason
i.e. Structure. This is
vital for the young preschooler and the child
thrives in a loving, structured environment with stimulating colours, sounds,
textures, classroom layout, varying activities and books. The child learns
routine and expectations and begins to look forward to the next activity.
Their little brains help them process
these codes of familiarity and it gives the child a sense of security and
belonging. Once they are settled into the structure and routine of the
preschool classroom, it begins to build a solid framework for their future
school career which will be much more structured and demanding.
3. Social skills are next
on the list and they are important to learn at this age rather than waiting until Kindergarten age or later. One of the reasons
older children may have difficulty in school is that they never really learned
the social skills in preschool. Social skills such as learning how to listen,
nice talk, brave talk, taking turns, acceptance of multi-cultural differences,
apologies, when to say please and thank you, how to speak in a group, helping
each other, learning compassion and empathy.
There are so many rich opportunities
for a child to develop social skills and every Kindergarten teacher we ever
communicate with always lists these as being the most important skills to learn
in preschool. It is important that a child learns early that the world does not
revolve around him alone, and it helps the child learn that we live in a world
full of many different kinds of people.
4. Academics are now being emphasized
more than in past years because there is more research substantiating that a
child is able to learn and perform more than what we used to expect. Also,
there are more academics in the preschool curriculum now because the schools
expect a child entering Kindergarten to know what once used to be taught in
Are all children going to learn to
write letters well at the age of three? No. But given the opportunity to have a
writing centre with all different kinds of writing utensils and paper, the
child will begin to strengthen his fine motor skills which are needed to learn
how to write properly. Most kindergartens expect the child to enter school
knowing how to print the alphabet, numbers 1-10 (some 1-20), write their first
and last name, display basic social skills and have an ability to comprehend
and follow directions.
5. Last and not least on why
preschool is important is the needed space it gives you as a parent to work or
have time to pursue interests, hobbies, friends as an adult in your adult
world. As a parent, one still needs to grow and learn and give to the community
if that is something you enjoy doing. The child needs this time away from his
parents and home to learn about the world, about people, about accepting
others, making new friends. Children learn trust and independence. Mom can't
always be there doing everything for the child.
When given the opportunity to do
things on his/her own or with a group, the child is learning important work
attributes that are necessary in his future. In many work places people work
together in teams and depend on each other to contribute and know how to do a team
project. And there are opportunities for the child to learn how to work on his
own, at his own pace, making his own expectations and goals. The preschool
setting can be that strong foundation for a successful school/work career
making it easier to enjoy a fulfilling life.
We hope this has helped anyone who is
thinking about placing their child in preschool or already has their child in
preschool and that it will better help us understand its importance not only on
the child's life, but on society as a whole. Preschool teachers, in our
opinion, are the world's unsung heroes. They do an extraordinary amount of work
and good for our world as the children are any country's greatest asset. We are
building the future together. A quality preschool education can be one of the
greatest gifts we can give our child. Thank You.
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Some Highlights of our LITTLE ORCHIDS CURRICULUM PROGRAM are:
US Pattern of Education
blend of Play Way and Montessori method
thematic and skill based.
researched and regular updating.
into weekly and Daily curriculum.
creative activities to encourage curiosity and joy of learning.
Focused on the
holistic development of the child
for parents participation
schooling: Not completely based on notebooks
¢Fosters chances of
¢Aids in retention
¢Motor skills Recognition skills
facilitate skills development
physical, intellectual, emotional and social development
oodles of information: advance and elaborated themes
Parents teacher meetings
organized evaluation system
Efficient Display System