Kindergarten 2

Program overview

School hours per day – 4 hours (Age 5-6 years)

The final program at pre-school level, Kindergarten 2 is meant for children between 5 years to 6 years old. In Kindergarten 2 we provide your child with ample academic challenges that will result in a smoother transition to elementary school. The program is structured to have a fine balance between fun and development. The focus is on activities that lead to development in thinking and reading skills.

What does your child learn in Kindergarten 2?


  • Retelling a simple story in the correct sequence
  • Recognizing and making up rhymes
  • Speaking complete sequences
  • Asking questions
  • Participating in discussions
  • Composing oral stories
  • Reading short discourses
  • Recognizing the association between written and spoken word
  • Writing CVC words and short sentences
  • Composing and illustrating stories
  • Distinguishing the sound of letters in spoken words
  • Identifying sight words and building simple words
Cognitive skills and math
Cognitive skills and math

  • Solving problems by estimating and checking with manipulatives
  • Solving problems using independent reasoning
  • Creating order among objects
  • Understanding and using comparatives and ordinals
  • Understanding simple fractions
  • Matching by relationship
  • Matching number sets to number symbols
  • Identifying currency and assigning value
Creative art
Creative art

  • Expressing ideas through art materials
  • Using art processes to convey ideas
  • Developing unique uses of art material
  • Integrating creative art in extracurricular areas
Music and movement
Music and movement

  • Developing rhythm and tempo
  • Identifying instruments by their sounds
  • Singing theme related songs
  • Using music and movement for self-expression
  • Identifying different types of music
Motor skills
Motor skills

  • Mastering appropriate gross motor skills
  • Developing hand-eye coordination
  • Developing multi-tasking skills
Social science
Social science

  • Attaining appropriate life skills
  • Developing positive self-image
  • Recognizing human similarity and differences
  • Recognizing that actions have consequences
  • Appreciating cultural diversity
  • Making appropriate choices
Science and nature studies
Science and nature studies

  • Using scientific methods to solve problems
  • Developing an understanding of time
  • Estimating and measuring using non-standard units
  • Collecting and recording data in lists and graphs
  • Understanding the concept of weather
  • Understanding the concept of plant and animal life