(3 years to 4 years)
Pre-Primary education is the first level of formal education, typically for children between the ages of 3 and 4 years. It is also referred to as “kindergarten” or “pre-kindergarten.” The primary goal of pre-primary education is to provide children with a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment where they can learn and develop their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills.
Pre-Primary education also provides opportunities for children to learn about the world around them, such as through exposure to different cultures, languages, and traditions. Additionally, it provides support for families, including parenting resources and opportunities for family engagement.
Pre-Primary education provides a foundation for children’s future learning and development. It helps children to develop critical skills such as language, communication, problem solving and social skills which will be beneficial for their future education. If you’re interested in enrolling your child in a pre-primary program, you can contact Radiant Pre School Indore for more information.
During pre-primary education, children are exposed to a variety of learning experiences that are designed to support their development. These experiences include:
- Play-based learning: Children learn through play and exploration in a variety of settings, such as the classroom, outdoor playground, and other areas of the school.
- Language development: Children learn to communicate and express themselves through language, both verbally and through writing.
- Math and science: Children are introduced to basic mathematical and scientific concepts through hands-on activities and experimentation.
- Social and emotional development: Children learn to interact with others, develop positive relationships, and understand and manage their emotions.
- Physical development: Children participate in activities that promote gross and fine motor skills, such as sports, games, and dance.