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About Wee World Play School

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Wee world is a playschool where we teach from head, heart and hands, we follow IB format of education for the toddlers, where we teach them through music and art in an activity based curriculum.

A Wee World kid achieves the following benchmarks of development..

LITERACY AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Dictates words, phrases, ideas, experiences, story events, sentences

Uses pictures, signs, symbols to represent oral language, ideas, stories

Contributes to shared writing

Listens daily to fluent and expressive formal and informal texts

Recites with expression and rhythm

Matches/produces words with same beginning sound

Makes and confirms predictions

Makes connections using illustrations/photos, prior knowledge, real-life experiences

Identifies the source of environmental sounds

Expresses familiar routines, tells simple personal narratives or memories

Identifies the meaning of content-specific vocabulary

Makes connections between oral language and print

Recognizes favorite books by covers

Listens to and discusses literary multicultural texts, songs and oral stories

Focuses on letter names and shapes

Experiments daily with a variety of writing surfaces and materials

Uses props to convey meaning

Uses newly learned vocabulary on multiple occasions and in new contexts

Identifies a wide variety of objects through receptive language

Derives meaning from non-verbal and verbal cues

 

MATH AND SCIENCE

Recognizes six colors: Red, yellow, blue, orange, green, and purple

Recognizes four shapes: circle, triangle, square, and rectangle

Understands size concepts: long, short, big, small

Can match according to shape and/or color

Can count from 1 to 5

Understands parts of the body

Understands seasons and the weather

Uses language associated with time in everyday situations

 

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

Manipulates two small objects at the same time

Strengthens hand grasp and uses hands in many positions

Coordinates hand and eye movements

Uses writing and drawing tools with control and intention

Develops strength, dexterity, and control needed to use tools and materials

Able to walk on tiptoes

Practices self-help skills (zips, buttons)

Carries an item while walking

Go up and downstairs (aided)

Can run

Can jump

Able to kick and /or roll a ball

Builds an understanding of directionality and position in space

Explores manipulative toys

 

FINE ARTS

Uses language as part of dramatic play

Makes believe with objects

Dramatizes stories, experiences, poems, fingerplays, moods

Creates original work

Recalls words in a song or fingerplay

Participates in classroom music activities

Expresses feelings through movement

Engages in dramatic play with others

 

SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Names family members and relationships

Knows own first and last name

Recognizes qualities, interests, skills, traditions, experiences that make people unique

Helps establish rules, routines

Displays a positive self-concept and self-esteem

Pursues challenges, accepts setbacks

Initiates play situations

Contributes to classroom responsibility (takes on jobs)

Shows curiosity in new experiences

Follows familiar routines independently

Respects differences

Expresses interests and self-direction in learning

Shares and cooperates with others

Shows concern about rules and group expectations

Demonstrates conflict-resolution strategies

Learns how to make and keep friends

Works with others to solve problems

Takes turns

Stays with or repeats a task

Separates from family, adjusts to new situations

Uses materials appropriately and puts them away

Connects actions and consequences

Takes care of his/her own things

Accepts responsibility for own behavior

Expresses and manages feelings, needs, opinions

Shows empathy

Uses good manners: “Thank you” and “Please” as well as “ You are welcome”

Respects rights and property of self and others

Respects differences

 
 

 

Age 3-5

LITERACY AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Dictates words, phrases, ideas, experiences, story events, sentences

Uses pictures, signs, symbols to represent oral language, ideas, stories

Contributes to shared writing

Listens daily to fluent and expressive formal and informal texts

Recites with expression and rhythm

Matches/produces words with same beginning sound

Makes and confirms predictions

Makes connections using illustrations/photos, prior knowledge, real-life experiences

Identifies the source of environmental sounds

Expresses familiar routines, tells simple personal narratives or memories

Identifies the meaning of content-specific vocabulary

Makes connections between oral language and print

Recognizes favorite books by covers

Listens to and discusses literary multicultural texts, songs and oral stories

Focuses on letter names and shapes

Experiments daily with a variety of writing surfaces and materials

Uses props to convey meaning

Uses newly learned vocabulary on multiple occasions and in new contexts

Identifies a wide variety of objects through receptive language

Derives meaning from non-verbal and verbal cues

 

MATH AND SCIENCE

Recognizes six colors: Red, yellow, blue, orange, green, and purple

Recognizes four shapes: circle, triangle, square, and rectangle

Understands size concepts: long, short, big, small

Can match according to shape and/or color

Can count from 1 to 5

Understands parts of the body

Understands seasons and the weather

Uses language associated with time in everyday situations

 

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

Manipulates two small objects at the same time

Strengthens hand grasp and uses hands in many positions

Coordinates hand and eye movements

Uses writing and drawing tools with control and intention

Develops strength, dexterity, and control needed to use tools and materials

Able to walk on tiptoes

Practices self-help skills (zips, buttons)

Carries an item while walking

Go up and downstairs (aided)

Can run

Can jump

Able to kick and /or roll a ball

Builds an understanding of directionality and position in space

Explores manipulative toys

 

FINE ARTS

Uses language as part of dramatic play

Makes believe with objects

Dramatizes stories, experiences, poems, fingerplays, moods

Creates original work

Recalls words in a song or fingerplay

Participates in classroom music activities

Expresses feelings through movement

Engages in dramatic play with others

 

SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Names family members and relationships

Knows own first and last name

Recognizes qualities, interests, skills, traditions, experiences that make people unique

Helps establish rules, routines

Displays a positive self-concept and self-esteem

Pursues challenges, accepts setbacks

Initiates play situations

Contributes to classroom responsibility (takes on jobs)

Shows curiosity in new experiences

Follows familiar routines independently

Respects differences

Expresses interests and self-direction in learning

Shares and cooperates with others

Shows concern about rules and group expectations

Demonstrates conflict-resolution strategies

Learns how to make and keep friends

Works with others to solve problems

Takes turns

Stays with or repeats a task

Separates from family, adjusts to new situations

Uses materials appropriately and puts them away

Connects actions and consequences

Takes care of his/her own things

Accepts responsibility for own behavior

Expresses and manages feelings, needs, opinions

Shows empathy

Uses good manners: “Thank you” and “Please” as well as “ You are welcome”

Respects rights and property of self and others

Respects differences

 

 

 

Facility of Wee World Play School

 

  1. Spacious and child friendly class rooms
  2. Splash and fun in Swimming pool
  3. Specially designed curriculum
  4. Fun in tree house
  5. Child safe sand pit
  6. Audio-visual classes
  7. Reuse, reduce and recycling classes
  8. Taking teaching to the next level
  9. Learning in mother nature’s lap
  10. Enriching activities for children
  11. Gym  Music classes
  12. Art classes  Dance classes
  13. International dance forms  Speech and Drama classes 
  14. Specially planned Funky Birthday parties
  15. Animal care corner
  16. Parent toddler club and parenting sessions
  17. Scientific use of music for development
  18. Teaching soft skills
  19. Story telling with a difference
  20. Scientific methods of learning
  21. Safe transportation facility
  22. Kitchen and herbal garden
  23. Cycling and sports..

          Why choose us ?

  •  Trained teachers..
  • Carefully planned child centered infrastructure.
  • Special transportation facility.
  • Child’s mental, social and emotional development.
  • Reaching every parent.
  • Attention to the child’s special needs.
  • Most beautiful and spacious campus.
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Contact Details of Wee World Play School

Organization Name Wee World Play School
Address Jai Prakash Nagar, Opp. PHED Colony Bariatu Road, Ranchi-834009, Jharkhand, India
Baraitu Road Ranchi-834009, Jharkhand
Contact Person Swati Munjal
Contact No 7352340302, 8298139998

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