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"Early exposure to a second language boosts cognitive skills, improves memory, and enhances problem-solving abilities in young children."
[American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)]


Our program offers hands-on activities and exploration to teach children basic scientific concepts. Through learning about the natural world, animals, plants, and the environment we encourage curiosity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. For example, our students might explore the life cycle of a butterfly or investigate the properties of water.


We incorporate technology to enhance learning and prepare children for the future. Coding concepts are introduced through fun activities and games, such as coding robots or creating simple programs on a computer. Technology is also used to engage in interactive learning experiences, as virtual field trips or video conferences with experts in various fields. By integrating technology into the curriculum, children are provided with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in a rapidly changing world.


Introducing engineering to young children can be a fun and exciting way to spark their curiosity and creativity. Students will start learning about basic engineering concepts through hands-on activities and play. Simple experiments such as building towers with blocks, creating bridges with popsicle sticks, and exploring the properties of different materials are all part of the curriculum. 


Students learn core mathematical concepts such as counting, sorting, and shape recognition. The program aims to facilitate the development of fundamental skills by teaching children to count to 10 and identify numbers and shapes in their environment. For instance, children may engage in activities such as counting the number of blocks in a tower or sorting objects by color. These activities are designed to establish a strong foundation for future mathematical abilities.


We use interactive activities and games to teach children the alphabet, basic vocabulary, and simple sentence structures. Our program also emphasizes the development of listening and speaking skills, as well as phonics and early reading skills. We develop letter recognition games, storytelling exercises, and phonics-based reading practice as part of our curriculum.

Physical Education

We promote gross motor skills development, coordination, and physical fitness. Through fun and engaging activities such as obstacle courses, ball games, and dance, our young students will learn to move their bodies new and exciting ways. 

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