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Literacy

For children below the age of 5, vocabulary keeps growing and includes many different types of words and sounds. Children are still mastering difficult sounds, but one can understand more of what they are saying. They are learning to make three-word sentences. Conversation skills are also developing. Key elements of the literacy curriculum include the introduction of air writing, before reading, the breaking down of the constituent skills of writing (pencil control, letter formation, spelling) before the child writes words on paper, and the use of phonics for teaching sound-letter correspondences. younger children can concentrate for long periods of time on activities that capture their spontaneous interest. Sculpt bring in resources for children to enjoy listening to and talking about storybooks. It allows them to understand that print carries a message. Allow children to attempt to read and write at their own learning pace. Children are given to participate in rhyming games, identify letters and make letter-sound matches.

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Why Pre-Assessment?

Pre-assessment, gauges a child's strengths, knowledge, and skills prior to learning respective competencies. It also helps the teacher or the parent to understand the child’s interests and individual learning style.

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Mathematical Skills

Before starting school, most children develop an understanding of addition and subtraction through everyday interactions. Learning through informal activities gives children a head start when they start learning math in school. Children 5 years and below should be able to recognize shapes in the real world, start sorting things by color, shape, size, or purpose, compare using classifications like height, size and be able to count up to at least 10 accurately. Math skills are just one part of a larger web of skills that children are developing in the early years—including language skills, physical and social skills. Each of these skill areas is dependent on and influences the others. Sculpt bring interconnection through these learning modules.

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Why Pre-Assessment?

Pre-assessment, gauges a child's strengths, knowledge, and skills prior to learning respective competencies. It also helps the teacher or the parent to understand the child’s interests and individual learning style.

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Science

Children aged 5 years and below are very observant. They observe everything the adults around them do and imitate them. These are the most important basic science skills one needs to learn and develop. Based on their observation they start to infer, which means making an educated guess. Math is the language of science and thus measuring is also a skill the child must learn in science. Children aged 5 years and below enjoy scientific discoveries just by having hands-on experiences in nature. Science is best taught outside the classroom, that is to say, go for walks or let kids run around and explore what interests them. For example, give the kids seeds so they can plant and learn about how things grow. Sculpt has brought in elements of self-exploration in the modules that help children learn at their own pace and comprehension.

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Why Pre-Assessment?

Pre-assessment, gauges a child's strengths, knowledge, and skills prior to learning respective competencies. It also helps the teacher or the parent to understand the child’s interests and individual learning style.

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Life Around Us

Sculpt activities focus on helping children to understand diversity, history, geography, and ecology, to understand the importance of community roles, and to make efficient and thoughtful decisions. To build skills for 5 years and below, learning about the history of their own community and family, learning about important historical figures are important. Sculpt uses reading, writing, and art to deepen the understanding of these concepts. Social studies (as civics, history, and geography) help children understand human relationships and the way society works.

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Why Pre-Assessment?

Pre-assessment, gauges a child's strengths, knowledge, and skills prior to learning respective competencies. It also helps the teacher or the parent to understand the child’s interests and individual learning style.

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Social and Emotional

By the age of 5 years, most children have started to feel emotions like fear, embarrassment, empathy, envy, guilt, and shame. They are also learning about a big new emotion – frustration. They are likely to get frustrated and cry, yell or hit out when they do not get what they want. Sculpt tries to bring in these concepts of self-regulation, Empathy, turn-taking, and sharing, positive relationships with adults and peers to ensure the child develops an understanding of being in a social setting.

If the child has already taken the Pre-assessment, then click the link to proceed with Learning modules. Click Here

Why Pre-Assessment?

Pre-assessment, gauges a child's strengths, knowledge, and skills prior to learning respective competencies. It also helps the teacher or the parent to understand the child’s interests and individual learning style.

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