EuroKids Pre-School has rolled out its annual ‘Summer Club’, to engage children constructively without getting bored during the summer break and with an additional mission this year to also help ease toddlers back to learning in physical pre-school centres. The EuroKids Summer Club this year will offer customized activities different age groups such as Wonderers (2 to 4 years) and Discoverers (4 to 6 years).
The Wonderers group will focus on Fictional Friends to give children an opportunity to experience the beautiful world of fiction and inculcate life skills such as being helpful, caring, sharing, taking risks, being positive, confident, creative thinking and social skills through a world of fictional friends. The second module for the Wonderers is Boredom Busters, which focuses on engaging, entertaining and elevating the children. With the theme of everyday objects and concepts in the environment, the activities are planned to enhance thinking, imagination and problem solving skills. This module is planned to activate both the left and the right brain, thus developing intuitive, thoughtful, sensitive and creative individuals.
The Discoverers module focuses on the 8C’s, which are a set of core competencies that will empower children with 21st century skills and attributes such as Caring, Confidence, Control of Emotions, Curiosity, Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Collaboration. The second module for the children in the Discoverers group will focus on Multiple Intelligence, designed to develop diverse abilities such as musical skills, social skills, nature based skills, logical skills, visual spread skills, body kinesthetic skills, linguistic skills, self-regulation skills and life skills. This module would enable a richer learning experience, making learning fun, engaging and rewarding for the Discoveres.
At the onset of the ‘Summer Club’, K V S Seshasai, CEO, Pre-K Division, Lighthouse Learning said, “We are delighted to welcome all our young children back to physical classrooms after two years of online classes. This Summer Club curriculum has been designed to prepare toddlers to learn 21st century skills to make them future ready. With each module, we aim to ensure that every child experiences an enriched learning experience and settles comfortably in the routine to learn in time for the new academic year.”