During this week, children will learn about themselves, their names, birth dates, external physical features, and inner personalities, their likes and dislikes, that make them special. This helps children discover their own self, build confidence and self esteem.
Children will also learn about the parts of the body, the senses, how the parts of the body and senses work, and learn how to protect the body and maintain physical hygiene.
Children will develop an awareness of their own emotions to create healthy and personalised social connections with those around them.
Listen to the reading book “I Love Myself” by Karen Beaumont, watch the cartoon “Look in the mirror”, and talk together, to form self awareness;
Create the book “Everything About Me” and record your presentation;
Explore the internal and external parts of the body, and the parts that aren't exactly “parts” with the reading book “Parts” by Tedd Arnold;
Investigate how the senses work in the Senses Lab
Discover your feelings and share it with your friends in “Friendship Diary”
During the first week of the programme, children will be introduced to the preschool environment and prepared for the transition from family to preschool, introduced to each other, and their ideas of exploring and observing the world. Children will:
Become familiar with the preschool environment and routines
Have the opportunity to explore the environment inside and outside the classroom
Develop emotional and social abilities because they will:
Start learning how to be a friend, and the qualities that make a good friend
Compare family similarities and differences while creating “Our Family” galleries
During this week of the programme, children will learn about the three regions of the North - Central - South, weather characteristics, climate, and famous tourist sites in the three regions, and the geographical location of Vietnam. Children will:
Learn about determining the direction of East, West, South, North, sunrise, and sunset;
Learn to use simple maps and diagrams, introduce some major cities in the North, Central, and South regions;
Discover some famous landmarks in three regions, pictures of specialty dishes;
Creation of traditional costumes, royal costumes, and typical costumes of the three regions;
Listen to the themed story to learn the history and significance of Turtle Tower in Hanoi, Vietnam.
During this week of the curriculum, children will learn about Independence Day, the meaning of Independence Day, and activities to celebrate September 2nd. In addition, children also learn about Uncle Ho, Uncle Ho's mausoleum, and learn the national anthem of Vietnam.
Children discover together the National Day of the nation, the meaning of the National Day, and watch the video about the Military Parade and fireworks to celebrate September 2, 9 (2015th anniversary of the founding of the country) ;
Children create together and learn the meaning of the Vietnamese flag. Thereby, learn more about the flags of some other countries in the world, and review the knowledge about the continents;
Children learn the national anthem of Vietnam, and feel patriotism and national pride;
Children explore Uncle Ho's Mausoleum, Fish Pond, and the stilt house where Uncle used to live to learn more about Uncle;
Children listen to stories by topic to better understand Uncle Ho, and to love and respect Uncle Ho more.
During this week, children will explore building tools and materials and begin to focus on building their own buildings. When building, children will discover the strength and durability of the building. Children will:
Use different materials, to build houses
Learn how to build taller and stronger
Watch thematic videos to broaden your knowledge of the science featured during the week
Listen to stories read in multiple versions, to learn more about building materials, and make connections between different versions of the same story
Learn more about tools, and how people use them through themed series
Review the letter Dd, the sound /d/, and the word Instruments
During this week of the program, children will be able to recognise, and understand more about careers in society, and career orientations they want to do in the future.
Having initial perceptions about work and career, assessing what they like to do and don't like to do, which serve as a basis for career guidance.
Role play about different professions to understand more about the work of each profession
Listen to songs and stories about each different profession to understand and appreciate each person's work more
Understand the importance of professions in society
Understand that different careers have different job characteristics and different requirements, and that children can train themselves from a young age to meet those requirements if they want to pursue a career they love.
Understand that everyone has the right to do what they like, and find suitable
During this week of the learning program, children will learn about the currency of Vietnam, and some other countries, learn where money is produced, and learn how to use their money with 3 pipes of Spend - Saving - Share:
Children recognise the notes in circulation in Vietnam, distinguish the front and back of the bill as well as the image printed on it.
Reviewing geographical knowledge about places in the North, Central and South, continents and oceans in the world by learning the origin of some foreign currencies
Children can watch themed videos to learn about production, and recognise the concepts of Earn - Spend - Save - Share
Children learn to spend money rationally, and "make money", and learn to divide money into 3 piles, Spending - Saving - Sharing
Children have initial awareness of business profession, the role of entrepreneurs and customers
Identify the elements necessary to open a store, and plan to open a store or business including: name, product, uniform, store decoration, ...
Recognise the concept of advertising, and design your own business card/flyer to introduce your store.