At My Little Kingdom Preschool, we believe that each child is unique with his or her talents. Some are good with language, some are good at music or with people skills. By allowing your child to excel in their individual unique way, it will be a great confidence booster for them to excel.
We follow a curriculum based on the all-encompassing principles of Howard Gardener’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence. This approach recognises eight distinct intelligences based on a child’s natural ability and inclination.
Learning with verbal linguistic such as reading, writing about a subject or joining a class discussion.
Learning with interpersonal time such as self-reflection and self-assessment.
Learning with logical-mathematical intelligence by analysing or investigating problems through logic.
Learning with spatial intelligence through interactive visual aids such as images, maps, and diagrams.
Learning with motor skills to express oneself or to learn and solve problems.
Learning through nature, using elements and patterns in the natural world to solve problems.
Learning with musical intelligence through music, rhymes, singing and playing instruments.
Learning with interpersonal intelligence through group work and meaningful conversations.
Besides our curriculum approach, our preschool framework emphasises on bilignual immersion that promotes fluency in both English and Mandarin.
A board range of activities, materials, and inter-connected learning opportunities encourages each child to discover and develop their own strengths in different ways.
We put equal emphasis on both English and Mandarin. Both language teaches work together closely to optimise children’s learning.
Special learning activities for children which strongly promotes independence and love for learning.
We recognise the importance of outdoor play for young children’s healthy growth, therefore, our children get to go outdoors twice a day!
Our cook prepares nutritious, balanced diet every day. Ensuring that children get a variety and right amounts of food daily.
Children get two hours of nap time daily. Physical and mental development occurs in early childhood, and naps are needed.