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"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you!"

(B. B. King)

So much wonderful learning happens each day in our classrooms.

Students Building Windmill

Learning Through Play

Through play-based learning, children are able to develop their social awareness, communication skills, and ability to share knowledge and experience with peers. They learn to work together, problem-solve, and express themselves creatively. It's a joyful way to learn and explore the world around them.

Interactive Math

In my Kindergarten classroom, I use the Teaching for Math Mastery approach, recognizing that every child can learn and achieve success in mathematics. We nurture understanding from concrete experiences, progressing to visual representations, and ultimately empowering young learners to confidently tackle abstract mathematical challenges.

Playing with Baby Doll

Building Vocabulary

At our international school, over 90% of our students are English Language Learners with diverse home languages. My top priority is equipping little Kindergarten students with the tools to enhance their communication skills, expand their vocabulary, and strengthen their English speaking, listening, and understanding abilities in the most natural way possible. Our audio-visual dictionaries play a crucial role when playing and learning together.

Interactive Phonics

As a Kindergarten teacher, I understand how difficult it can be for my little students to learn how to read. However, I also know just how rewarding it can be for them once they begin to master this skill. For students learning to read in a language they don’t speak, the challenge becomes even greater. That’s why I always try to find new ways to keep my students engaged and excited about their journey towards reading and writing. With a mix of fun activities and educational tools, I aim to make the learning process as enjoyable as possible.

Kids go back to school. Interracial group of children of mixed age in classroom. Students
Kindergarten Social and Emotional Learning

Social and Emotional

Social and Emotional learning is crucial for young children, and I place a special emphasis on it in my Kindergarten classroom. My goal is to help each child develop the skills necessary to navigate their emotions, build positive relationships with others, and become confident learners.

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