Learning through Flash Cards
Cramming children with factual information can be boring for them. Children are taught about fruits and numbers through Flash Cards. Teaching through flashcards can be an interesting learning exercise for children since it engages their visual, meta-cognitive faculties of self-reflection, analysis and boosts their memory performance.
Learning about Numbers
Recognizing the sights and sounds of numbers is the elemental step for building quantitative abilities of the children in future. At FCS, we teach numbers to children through interesting tools and teaching aids. With the help of our trained and expert faculty team, children are seamlessly introduced to the concept of numbers, their identification, formation and eventually create the foundation for its application in later years.
Learning through Story Telling
Story telling can evoke a sense of wonder and magic in the heart of young learners. At FCS Pre-Primary School, teachers use storytelling as one of the teaching methods to encourage the imagination of the young learners and heighten their ability to communicate thoughts and feelings in an articulate, lucid manner.
Learning about Art & Craft
To inspire the spirit of creativity and inspiration within children art and craft classes are extremely instrumental. At FCS Pre-Primary School, we emphasize on art and craft learning to encourage harmonious balance of academic and aesthetic abilities within children. It has been observed that children manifest positivity and significant progress since art and craft influences the cognition, critical thinking, imaginative and learning capabilities within children.
Learning through Cultural Activities
Understanding the language of music and dance is extremely intrinsic for child development. Music directly impacts a child’s inner sensibilities towards rhythm, pulse, imagination, creativity and emotional expression. Dance stimulates their spatial awareness and also boosts a sense of physical and mental harmony. At FCS, we diligently work towards sensitizing children through music and dance classes, activities, and competitions to encourage overall well-being of children.
Learning with Pictures
Pictures and videos can attract the attention of the children easily. Our brain is wired to receive and respond to visual information faster and retain them better. That is why various types of visuals can be effective learning tools for children. They are likely to get engaged through visual classes 10 times more than other forms of classes and help them understand complicated concepts better.