At Little MillenniumTM Play School, we have designed a specific, well researched, knowledge led scientific curriculum, which is divided on the basis of themes. These themes best cover every aspect of learning, while also imparting knowledge about other important factors that shape up the growing years of a child.
Through a theme-wise structure, we ensure that we dedicate equal time towards sharpening every dimension and only move ahead to the next theme in the preschool curriculum, once we’ve completed the previous one.
The monthly themes which are part of Little Millennium’s scientifically designed curriculum are explained in detail below:
The theme ‘Myself’ is all about teaching the child about himself/herself. Here, we lead the child through a guided discovery of him/herself, towards developing a positive attitude and introducing the value of “Togetherness’.
In the theme “Seasons” the child is introduced to different seasons. Here, the child learns about the seasonal environment changes and how we adapt to these changes. We introduce lessons that allow kids to explore seasons better with the help of their five senses
Through the theme “Shapes”, we teach the child to understand how the world is made up of different shapes and sizes. The child is introduced to various shapes that form part of his existence.
Through the theme “Transport”, we introduce kids to a wide range of vehicles and teach them to identify each one individually. Kids will be able to distinguish them on the basis of those that travel on road, air and/or water.
Through the theme of “Food”, we tantalize the kids' taste buds with a wide variety of flavours. The child will also be introduced to the food pyramid in a fun filled way, along with fruits and vegetables.
The theme “Colours” introduces the child to the world of colours. We teach them to recognise and identify the various colours and associate colours with objects.
In the theme “My Neighbourhood” we teach the child to expand the boundaries of his world and move on to understanding the people around him and his surroundings. We instil a sense of respect and love for the community by encouraging the values of sharing and caring.
Through the theme “Animals”, we take the kids through an imaginary tour of the animal kingdom. We familiarize kids with a variety of animals, whom they will be able to recognize either visually or by their names.
Through the theme “Plants”, we educate kids about the living things who are an essential part of our environment. For this purpose, we conduct regular nature visits to parks, gardens, nurseries and thus introduce kids to multiple shades of plant life.
Through the theme “People who help us”, we help children understand how others around their environment help them. Here, the emphasis stays on the physical surroundings and the environment around the child.The theme also throws light on the value of “Dignity of Labour”.