CUBS DAY CARE PROGRAMME
How it Works
Happiness. Fun. Laughter. Learning. For our Kingsgate Cubs, these are the qualities that define their days. In an environment filled with positive learning experiences, the children receive nurturing guidance as their physical skills grow and emerging milestones are mastered.
Children under the care of our early years’ education experts are given ample opportunity for movement, exploration, and discovery through diverse learning experiences.
- Movement: Children develop and perfect both fine and gross motor skills, balance, and coordination through energetic activities like climbing, jumping, stretching, and walking.
- Blocks & Manipulation: Early science concepts like movement and balance are introduced to children through puzzle assemblies and construction with blocks and other materials.
- Art & Sensory: Through the exploration of different materials and textures, children develop their senses and learn to express themselves through painting, crafting, drawing and more.
- Pretend Play: Children develop an understanding of the world as well as critical-thinking skills through make-believe play.
- Language: Children act out stories, practice sounds, enjoy books, and communicate with trusted adults to develop and strengthen their language skills.
- Numeracy: Children practice counting with fun toys, colouring activities and other hands-on experiences.
Our teachers will define the children’s core learning experiences and guide milestone achievements. We will meet the specifics needs of the children while continuing to focus on the five key developmental areas below:
- Approaches to Learning: Becoming independent through the exploration of their surroundings while developing problem-solving abilities.
- Cognitive Development: Gaining an understanding of the world around them while developing creative and critical thinking skills.
- Language Development: Through sounds, expressions, body, oral and written language, children strengthen their ability to communicate and practice understanding and responding to others.
- Physical Development: Developing coordination together with large and small muscle control while learning about health and safety concepts.
- Social-Emotional Development: Building emotional understanding which will help them deal with emotions and relationships with family, friends and people in the community. Includes interaction practice with others and developing self-awareness.