Formula 5 Kids College provides holistic education. We emphasize on all round development, striking a balance between academic pursuits and personality development. We focus on helping the child to discover the joy of learning and imbibing the value of values. We strive to bring out the best in them as they adopt a global perspective while they stay rooted in our culture.
We always remember that we are preparing children for a world beyond 2030.
We are unique in providing the best curriculum that encompasses overall development of the child. Apt care and nurturing of the child’s body and mind is a pre-requisite to help the child reach true potential.
At Formula 5 Kids College children are allowed to observe, absorb and inherit the positive stimulus from their school environment and their teachers. Most importantly we deliver optimum impetus needed for the child, panning all their developmental spheres.
This comprehensive education lays a solid foundation for children to effectively build their future success as independent thinkers and responsible individuals of the society. Following are the details of the skills that the child will develop during their learning at Formula 5.
Knowing the ABCs is not enough. To be prepared for school, children also must be excited and curious about learning and confident that they can succeed (motivational qualities). They must be able to understand the feelings of others, control their own feelings and behaviors, and get along with their peers and teachers (socioemotional skills). Our kindergarten teachers rate these motivational and socio emotional skills as more important to school success than being able to hold a pencil or read.They want children to be ready for learning - to be able to cooperate, follow directions, demonstrate self-control, and "pay attention."Physical skill
Develping Fine motor skill and Gross motor skill
Imaginary play is a notable milestone of this stage.
Children begin to name colors and begin to understand simple counting.
It's important to stimulate child's intellectual development by reading aloud to him every day.
Kids gradually begin to understand the concept of time.
By age 3, preschoolers know 300 words. That expands to 1,500 words by age 4, and to more words by age 5. Stimulate their language development through reading, talking and asking them questions.
Supporting children's creative development encourages expression of ideas and feelings and builds confidence and self-esteem. It is important to maintain awareness of child's skill level while encouraging experimentation with new techniques, ideas and materials.We provide art, craft, music, movement and role play activities in a relaxed environment for optimal creativity and fun.Social skill
Developing social skills in children prepares them for a lifetime of healthier interactions in all aspects of life. Social skills are an integral part of functioning in society. Displaying good manners, communicating effectively with others, being considerate of the feelings of others and expressing personal needs are all important components of solid social skills. Helping children to develop these important skills requires a different set of strategies in each stage of development.
When children attend school, they have a built-in environment that exposes them to opportunities to interact with others, to share toys and to communicate with others about their feelings and needs.
Children observe and imitate adults. Display good manners & teach them social skills by setting a positive example and greeting people warmly. Speaking respectfully to others in times of conflict will teach children to do the same.
Expose children to effective problem solving techniques. When a conflict occurs between children, intervene to ask how each child is feeling. Encourage children to express their feelings to one another and offer solutions for resolving the conflict.
Teach children to appreciate each other's strengths and differences. Provide opportunities for children to display their talents and strengths, and encourage an environment in which children praise one another for strengths and positive performance.