Pre-Kindergarten, Preschool and Early Learning for 3 to 5-Year-Olds
Superheroes one minute, shopkeepers the next. There’s never a dull moment in the early childhood education of a 3 to 5-year-old.
At Little Scribblers, we never want them to lose the belief that they can do anything and be anything they want to be.
The World is an Exciting Place for a Preschooler
Between the ages of 3 and 5, a child expands their horizons. They open their world to more people and form wider friendship groups. They learn from other children and test ideas together.
Being challenged by different points of view helps children build stronger problem-solving skills, and being exposed to diversity helps them learn to negotiate with others.
Our Early Childhood Education Program Encourages:
- Thinking, exploring, questioning, wondering and learning how to learn.
- Developing language, literacy, numeracy and communication skills.
- Solving problems and reasoning.
- Relating well to other children and adults.
- Resolving conflicts, playing cooperatively and being assertive.
- Developing independence, self-esteem, self-confidence and managing emotions.
- Understanding the world around them.
- Belonging, being part of a community and connecting with others.
Developing a Lifelong Love of Learning
As your child gets older our educators introduce more sophisticated ways of learning. They introduce projects that encourage and enable them to investigate and explore more complex ideas around life cycles and growth.
Our aim is to guide them towards a lifelong love of learning, discovery and new experiences through play and activity.
Pre-Kindergarten / School Ready Environment
Your preschooler will have the opportunity to take a homework folder home, weekly and return it the following week.
A University Qualified Early Childhood Teacher reviews the completed lessons and provides a new set of lessons with feedback for parents.
Our Educational programs have been written, reviewed and recommended by Primary Bachelor and Early Childhood teachers.
Dramatic Play & Play-Based Activities For Preschoolers
Dramatic play becomes more complex and imaginative as children develop their self-confidence.
Pretend supermarkets, improv cafes and post offices give educators new opportunities to help children hone their social, literacy, language, communication, mathematical and decision-making skills too.
We also encourage our preschool children to collect objects like rocks or feathers or leaves. By organising these objects into different categories, they learn about concepts such as similarity, difference, patterning and sorting.
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What they say
Such a great centre, very welcoming and the baby room renovations are stunning! The educators go above and beyond! Miss Ting is very helpful with any questions I have. Highly recommend
What a lovely place! My daughter joined this early centre since she was three. She has a great time and improved her English a lot. Now she has many close friends. The teachers are very nice and patience.I highly recommend this place to the family need child care.
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