Junior KG
" The child is both a hope and a promise to the mankind " - Dr. Maria Montessori
  • Our Junior Kindergarten program enhance the child to understand the moral values of their life, during the transition from preschool to primary school is a crucial time of change for both children as well as their parents.

  • At Ryans pre-school, our Junior Kindergarten curriculum ensures smooth transition to formal schooling with meaningful and progressive learning experiences.

  • In addition to age-appropriate activities in Kindergarten, which prepare a child for success in formal school; various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, numbers, general knowledge, music, art in a planned manner throughout the program.

  • Through these activities, children learn the alphabets and letter sounds, numbers and simple maths and master early writing skills.

  • Our Three-Year-Old Program is designed to meet the needs of inquisitive three year-olds. They watch and listen to everything that goes on around them; asking questions about the things they see and do not understand. The three year old is processing the world around him and trying to make sense of it all, attempting to see where he fits into the scheme of things.

  • By age three, children begin to develop the social skills necessary to play co-operatively with other childrens. Three year olds begin to share, take turns, and can tolerate delayed gratification, most of the time.

  • children at this age are very creative with amazing imaginations and will often engage in imaginative play. Playing with imaginary friends is also normal behavior at this age and usually is not reason to be concerned. They enjoy making up stories, pretending, and acting out their favorite books, stories, and TV shows. Most three-year-olds enjoy imitating people and animals, especially those they are around on a daily basis. Three year olds will mimic what they see during play and will begin to emulate people that are close to them.

  • Three-year-olds are very adventurous, and the world is full of wonderful things to explore. They will often try things that could be dangerous. It's hard for a child at this age to understand the dangers associated with his actions. They must be given room to explore and try new things and yet be watched closely in order to be kept from harms away.

  • Around three years of age, children begin to feel a strong need to please their parents and other adults. They will imitate the way they walk, talk and act. They will also begin to conform to adult expectations; because of this desire to please, they will often become very co-operative.

  • A three- year-old can be lively and talkative. They have their own thoughts and ideas and they love to share them with anyone who will listen. Because they are excited to share and are learning so many new words, it is normal to stumble over words but this is not stuttering and usually does not indicate a problem.

  • Three-year-olds love to play and create by coloring, drawing, painting, and making crafts. They love both hearing and making up and telling stories of their own. Consequently their curriculum is Theme and Center based; capitalizing on the things they love, their newly developing thought processes, the rapidly developing ability to express themselves, and their expanding thirst for knowledge.

  • Incorporated into their educational process are the basic educational concepts, early language skills, co-operation, and social interaction skills learned in the Two-Year-Old Class. Basic Mathematics and Literacy Skills are introduced as well as Science and Social Studies at the three year old level of understanding.