The Curriculum developed by us at Kayo International is purely based on Multiple Intelligence Theory and is supported by Educational Technologies Limited (ETL), Jolly Education and Grolier.
We at Kayo International understand the significant role pre–school education plays in shaping a child’s mental and physical wellbeing. Our pre-school offers a fun filled setting for kids who are as young as 1.5 years old.
We do not limit their access just to the concrete interiors; instead we motivate the children to have a stirring experience outside, amidst the natural setting. We have safely guarded our external surroundings for secure and safe haven for the children. Considering it as another form of classroom, we inspire kids to enjoy, learn and develop through ways of nature too.
Children are Born ready to learn
Recent advances in neuroscience has confirmed of the extraordinary development of a child’s brain during the first five years of life.
It provides knowledge in all four key areas- LIFE, NATURE, SCIENCE and OUR WORLD
Prepares children for the increasing competition in today’s era and introduce Multi Media technology techniques.
Teach basic values like honesty, obedience, sharing as well as subtle attitudes like being open-minded, responsible and accepting others all at their level of understanding.
Develop their abilities to see, hear, speak and think into essential skills like reading, math, observation, imagination, listening, perception, logic, reasoning and decision making.
Literacy is taught using a fun and child centred approach call Jolly Phonics. The letter sounds are taught using the multi-sensory method which is very motivating for children to learn English. The programme continues through school enabling the teaching of essential grammar, spelling and punctuation skills.
It is an interactive learning tool designed to tickle the child’s developing curiosity. A great start up set to stimulate their brain power and foster their intellectual development.
Howard Gardner Multiple intelligence theory
Ever wondered why some children seem to thrive in certain tasks and others seem to struggle? It’s also common to see totally different results when the same group is given a new task that requires a new set of skills. Some of those who thrived in the first task could find themselves struggling in the second task and those who struggled could end up at the top.
What this means, is that people are very different in the way they understand things. This is the occurrence that Howard Gardner was trying to understand when he came up with the Multiple Intelligence Theory. Gardner identified eight different “intelligences” that influence the way we perceive and understand things. The difference between each child will be in the strength of these intelligences.
Detailed 8 different areas of intelligence