TAC WELL-ROUNDED EDUCATION PROGRAM
Enriching The Lives Of Our Active Learners
Children Experience Multiple Senses Through Various Adventures
Integrated Learning enhances children learning by fostering critical-thinking skills, self-directed learning skills, active learning, and brain based learning.
Montessori Approach to learning helps young children to 'learn by
doing'. All the materials are self-taught so they can see and correct their own mistakes as they manipulate objects and perfect their skills.
Multiple Intelligences (MI) approach exposes children to a variety of ways of learning. Prof. Howard Gardner identifies eight intelligences and styles of learning. "Spatial, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Linguistic, Musical, Logical, Naturalist, Intrapersonal and Interpersonal".
Language Arts in which children learn how to read, write and communicate orally. It concerns the essential communication skills that are common to our daily experience. The learning area that parents can most easily reinforce to help your children succeed in school.
Handwriting is not easy for many children. It takes considerable practice to develop the necessary muscle control, eye-hand coordination and memory skills for proper writing.
Math use hands-on materials to help children understand the concepts. Items such as small objects can be used to demonstrate concepts such as adding, subtracting, greater than, less than, and equal to.
Multi Media In today's information age, computer skill is a must for children. Computer aided learning helps children feel comfortable learning and handling the technology.
Multiple Intelligences Program
Play, Explore, Develop makes Learning an Adventure
Enhance essential skills help children build a strong foundation of lifelong learning within positive social, intellectual, emotional and creative growth.
Creative Play Helps with Hand- Eye Co-ordination Skills
Playschool (2– 4 yrs. old)
Playschool children ages 2 years to 4 years. Play-based learning with enriched learning materials help children develop language skills, number skills, practical life- skills, sensory motor skills, language skills, basic science, music+ movements, physical agility, safety and self-help skills. Programs stimulate creativity, and aesthetics and other cultural events.
Kindergarten (5 - 6 yrs. old)
Kindergarten programs focuse on the mastery of reading, writing and math. Thematic lessons is integrated into the curriculums to widen the children's topical knowledge and language while providing hands-on learning. Activities like roleplay, nature walks, games, water play, STEAM project, gardening and cooking to support learning. Children are engaged in extracurricular activities and enrichment to help them discover their natural talent and abilities.
Lessons covered are:
• Thematic lessons and Literacy Skills
• Languages - English, B. Malaysia, Mandarin
• Number Skills, Mathematics, Abacus
• Musical Skills (Musikgarten, USA)
• Computer literacy (New Phonics Series)
• Character Education - Care for Self and Others
• Personal Safety, Social and Emotional Skills
• Physical Education, Motor Skills
• Aesthetics and Creative Expression
• Discovery of The World Activities
Our preparatory has been structured to foster the development of lifetime cognitive skills to prepare children for formal schooling.
Children Engage in Fun Games.
Motor skills essential for their development
What are needs and what are wants?
Language and Literacy Skills - Word Building Vocabulary
Skills that lead to reading and writing and maths are reinforced in different ways through communication, exploration and play.
Our Safe, Holistic Outdoor Learning Environment
Variety of resources to ignite children's creative play
Promote learning through a variety of interactive activities