|Type of development||Milestone||Classroom activity|
|Social/ Emotional||Has a sense of self||Children are taught to recognize
their feelings and manage them appropriately through role-plays, story time
and circle time.
|Responsibility for Self and Others||Children are given opportunities
to be classroom monitors in preschool years 3 and 4.
They are encouraged to make their classroom rules and consequences for the same.
|Pro-social Behaviour||In the learning centres and outdoor
play; children are encouraged to play well and share with others.
They are taught to use thinking skills to resolve conflicts This is done through story time and circle time activities.
|Physical||Gross Motor Development||Through the PMP (Perceptual
Motor Programme), children are encouraged to develop locomotor skills (running,
jumping, hopping, galloping, throwing, kicking, catching) and other gross
Organized indoor and outdoor games are conducted.
|Fine Motor Development||Children are encouraged to use
writing and drawing tools to develop eye-hand co-ordination and dexterity.
Activities like paper crumpling, clay modelling, using scissors are also conducted.
|Cognitive||Learning and Problem Solving||Children explore cause and effect
by conducting science experiments
Field trips and excursions are organised for experiential learning.
|Logical Thinking||Activities where children classify,
compare, measure and arrange objects in series are conducted.
Children are introduced to the concept of time and activities that build awareness of position in space.
|Representation and Symbolic Thinking||Activities like role-plays, dramatization of stories and using puppets are conducted.|
|Language||Learning and Problem Solving||Activities like conversation time, picture talk, listening posts and the early literacy programme are conducted|
|Reading and Writing||Pre reading and pre writing
activities like finger tracing, crayon scribbling, writing paths.
Identifying and naming letters and numerals.
The Sight Reading Programmes are conducted throughout all pre school years