10 Experience Fields
Developing English ability
Learning more languages is also a way to stimulate children's creativity and flexibility in solving problems. The preschool stage is the most convenient period to be able to simultaneously learn two languages and be fluent like native speakers.
Develop emotional language
Children's emotions are built on learning from the actions of people they regularly interact with. The development of social emotions in preschoolers has a strong relationship with the personality of children when growing up.
Language is the main tool for children to establish and maintain relationships with friends and people around them.
Preschools are a fundamental environment where children are guided to train their ability to use the brain, from simple through receiving information to thinking in a more organized, flexible and diverse manner.
Develop Reading - Writing skills
Practicing the ability to read and write for preschool children plays a role in laying the foundations for the development of later children's ability to learn.
Develop mathematical ability
Ensuring the development of basic computing skills and stimulating logical thinking for children through simple exercises, appropriate to the capacity of each child.
Develop scientific and technological understanding
At preschool age, children often go to school with lots of questions about the world around them. Creating regular contact with nature and hands-on experience will help children develop their scientific and technological knowledge, which is a prerequisite for their development of thinking ability.
Develop social awareness capacity
Developing social cognitive capacity is the foundation of sociology, helping children practice the ability to acquire, recognize and have positive behaviors for the surrounding environment.
Creative development through art
Music, painting, fashion design, drama, dance, etc. stimulate the creativity of preschool children and stimulate children to express their ideas and thoughts independently and full of newness.
Physical development is intimately linked to the emotional development - social and achievement of each individual. Physical education in early classrooms contributes positively to healthy brain development and children's health.