Learning Activities



(We  are excited to teach your child our curriculum through art, books,  songs, games, puzzle and printable, that relate to a specific topic.)

  • Reading - this curriculum helps your child learn the letters of alphabet  (Uppercase and Lowercase Letter) and their sounds, as well as learn to  recognize the sight words, rhyming words and word families.
  • Math - this curriculum helps your child recognizing and counting numbers  1-100, "more than" and less than" identifying as well as drawing shapes  and simple patters, meaning of addition and subtraction.
  • Writing - ​this  curriculum helps your child practice handwriting by drawing lines,  curves, repeated patterns and dots  for 2 to 3 years old; and drawing  pictures of object, tracing letters and word practice.  We make art a  regular part of play time.
  • World Around Us - this curriculum helps children understand the things they see and  experience everyday, they will learn about body and health, sports,  plants and animals, weather and season, the earth, moon, sun and stars.


Play is essential, vital, critical, and fundamental to a child's social, emotional, physical and intellectual development. The  natural activity of early childhood, play is what children do and their  way of life. For young children there is no distinction between play  and learning;  they are one and the same. Playing is a priority in early  childhood, yet not all play is the same. 

  • Active play: running, jumping, climbing, riding and other use of large muscles.
  • Quiet play:  reading, stringing, coloring, etc.
  • Cooperative or social play: games and other activities that involve more than one.
  • Solitary play: drawing, dreaming, and other activities that involves only one.
  • Manipulative  play: putting together puzzles, building with blocks, cutting and  pasting and other activities that involves eye-hand coordination or fine  motor skills.
  • Creative play:  painting, molding, solving problems, making music, telling stories and  other activities that involves a child's imagination.
  • Dramatic play: dress-up, make-believe and other play that involves pretending.