We, at Mother’s Pride, believe that early childhood educators should focus on enhancing Number skills as it is very vital. By focusing on number sense, teachers are providing math skills necessary for future concepts and advanced calculations. To effectively develop number sense in our students, a lot of hands-on practice is given to the students […]
A JOYFUL BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION OF OUR NOVEMBER & DECEMBER PRIDEENS
“Celebrating birthdays signifies the joy and love the world has due to the addition of the children to our world.” Celebrations help us to experience togetherness full of love and happiness. Every day at Mother’s Pride is a celebration, and birthdays are made special as they signify the beginning and the joy of life, time […]
INTRODUCING THE COLOUR OF NATURE & LIFE TO OUR LITTLE PRIDEENS!
We, at Mother’s Pride, believe that teaching children about colors is a great way to enrich their vocabulary for describing the world around them, a world that is made up of colors and shapes. This opens up new and exciting avenues for verbal communication. In line with this view, children were introduced to the green […]
PRIDEENS EXPLORE THE WORLD AROUND THEM
Exploration is inherent in children and provides readiness to comprehend any concept with ease. Under the theme ‘Let’s go out and explore,’ children embarked upon a journey to the exciting world of vehicles around them. Children are fascinated by the movement and enjoyed running around, pretending to be trains and engines. We at Mother’s Pride […]
INTRODUCING THE ALPHABET ‘K’ WITH FUN ACTIVITIES TO OUR PRIDEENS!
Children’s knowledge of letter names and shapes is a strong predictor of their success in learning to read. Knowing letter names is strongly related to children’s ability to remember the forms of written words and their ability to treat words as sequences of letters. To enable the Prideens to learn and apply the concept of […]
PRIDEENS TAKE A STEP TOWARDS MATHEMATICS WITH THE NUMBER 6!
Number recognition is the ability to identify and name basic numerals. Recognition of numbers supports the development of other number skills, such as counting. Counting enables the children to quantify. The identification, recognition, and quantification for number six was taken up through the story of a boy named Rohan, who went to the school on […]