Theory of Art Lessons in Kindergarten Programme
For young preschoolers, one of the benefits of attending kindergarten is to enjoy and explore multiple avenues to express their ideas and emotions through arts and crafts. During artistically-centred lessons, naturally inquisitive kindergarten children learn about colour, form and ultimately, the world around them. Learning through art is encouraged, as it has been proven to support the development of social, emotional, academic, and physical skills.
Music Lessons in Kindergarten
Research has shown that music has a powerful influence on children of all ages. When exposed to sound, the brain is stimulated by auditory input, and over time, these auditory mechanisms are strengthened and can assist in enhanced memory recollection. The benefits of this process are essential. Across the preschool music curriculum, activities include singing, mimicking rhythmic sounds and playing musical instruments. Each of the three early years’ learning groups will regularly have scheduled time with enthusiastic, specialised music teachers to build their confidence, brainpower, and social skills, which they can then apply in other disciplines.
Kindergarten Dance and Body Expression Classes
During engaging movement and physical expression sessions, foundation years, students learn agility, balance, and coordination while building their understanding of harmony, rhythm, and movement. Specialised developmental games and physical activities provide confidence in physical expression while also promoting the development of strong gross and fine motor skills – an essential building block in the healthy development of all growing preschool-aged children.