Phonics is a method of teaching children to read by linking sounds and the symbols that represents them. It helps the children hear, identify and use different sounds that distinguish one word from another in the English Language. Jolly phonics uses the synthetic phonics method of teaching the letter sounds in a way that is fun and multi-sensory, enabling children to become fluent readers. Children do not just learn the 26 letters of the English alphabet. They learn the 42 main sounds used to decode the English language.
Mathematics helps us think analytically and have better reasoning abilities. Students focus on learning numbers, shapes, measurements as well as addition and subtraction. Mathematics is introduced to students using objects, fingers, simple drawings, mental images and fun activities.
Abacus is an ancient calculating machine. It is an age-old way of learning math and doing calculations. Learning abacus helps improve problem solving abilities. It enhances the concentration level in children. It trains the brain to be active and in a way it is good for memory, imagination, visualization, listening, speed, accuracy and self-confidence.
At a young age, we want to start cultivating a love of science by encouraging children to be curious and ask questions. Sensory activities are important as children use their senses to try and understand the world around them. Incorporating science as one of our subjects fosters students to develop ingenuity and creativity, build resilience, encourage teamwork, teach problem-solving and encourage adaptation.
Arts and Crafts
Arts and crafts activities are brilliant in developing little minds and bodies. These activities not only increase the agility in kids but also foster communication, listening, attention and imagination. These activities enhance mental health and well-being as well as developing the creativity of the kids.
Swimming and physical education are part of the curriculum of Double Trees. Physical activity not only builds confidence and improves social skills, it also helps develop coordination, strengthen muscles and bones and also inspires positivity and encourages tolerance.
Music is one of a few activities that uses both sides of the brain. It helps build important brain connections. The more brain connections children have, the faster they are able to think. Incorporating music into routines and play helps children to get moving, thinking and inspire creativity