The Class Content fosters creativity and cooperativeness through play.
We choose topics that we think will attract the children's interest based upon aspects of the changing seasons or traditional events. We then connect that topic to things involving shapes, colors, numbers and things to make.
The children choose what to play with from the unique range of Dalton teaching materials, or a wide variety of play tools such as collages, sand or painting kits. Through play, they promote their independence and cooperativeness.
In the outdoor air and sunlight, children play in a carefree manner, which stimulates their physical motor development and helps promote emotional stability.
Children learn the joy of making things using familiar ingredients and become interested in food. Cooking also helps them think about procedures, concepts of quantity and chemical reactions.
Enjoying stories and songs stimulates children's language development and nourishes listening ability, a rich imagination, and communication ability.
Children have widespread contact with music through a variety of songs and sounds, instruments to play with, eurhythmics and the like. Enjoying music as a form of play heightens their interest and nurtures their individuality and expressiveness.
English (Three-day-a-week class only)
By playing with teachers who are native English speakers, children become familiar with the language. Having them become used to coming in contact with people whose language differs from their own is the first objective.
Gymnastics(Three-day-a-week class only)
With equipment height adjusted in accordance with their development stage, children cross balance beams, climb ladders and play on mats. Repeating basic movements in this way stimulates motor function and sensory function in a balanced way.
Lab(Two-day-a-week afternoon class only)
While working on various tasks using original teaching materials, to develop thinking ability and attitude.