Kindergarten 2

Programmes for Kindergarten 2

Kindergarten 2 is a crucial year in which your child will be getting ready for the transition into primary school.

To help prepare your preschool child for this upcoming milestone, our curriculum team and teachers at The Eton Academy have designed our enrichment lessons which stimulate your child’s natural curiosity for learning, while also equipping your child with the necessary skills and learning attitudes needed when he or she enters Primary 1.

Class duration: 1 hour 45 mins
Class size: Maximum 12 students

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Enrichment Classes for Kindergarten 2 (Preschoolers)

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Kindergarten 2 English

    We get your child interested in writing by inquiring into children’s books, learning from the best writing techniques and how to emulate them.
    Lessons also cover grammar topics to help your child construct sentences confidently.
    Creative writing exercises in each term are included to allow your child to hone his or her writing ability.
    Primary school language components such as reading comprehension are introduced to familiarise your child with the MOE Primary 1 syllabus.
    Lessons are integrated with phonics components to help your child blend, decode and recognise more complex or tricky words, building a strong foundation and an interest in reading.
    Our lessons encourage your child to be an active listener and an articulate speaker, developing his or her own voice and perspective. Weekly shared reading of children’s books is used to spark your child’s curiosity and imagination.
    Your child will be exposed to a wide range of themes (e.g. biodiversity, young game changers) to get him or her to think beyond the classroom academia. 
    After each lesson, parents receive a summary of what was covered in class, as well as suggested activities to reinforce learning at home.

Themes and Language Skills

Through the course of our K2 English enrichment programme, your child can look forward to learning the following:

  • Phonics – sounding out, blending and decoding short and long vowel sounds, three-letter initial and final consonant blends
  • Tricky words – recognising high frequency words such as “before” and “other”
  • Simple reading comprehension passages covering a range of themes
  • Writing – crafting a paragraph
  • Grammar topics such as singular and plural nouns, prepositions and simple present tense
  • Show-and-tell presentations
  • Share-and-inquire discussions and extended learning activities
  • Some themes covered during the academic year include:
    • Automation and Engineering
    • Animals and Biodiversity
    • Stories and Imagination
    • Food and Nutrition

Kindergarten 2 Mathematics

    We structure our lessons around weekly investigative problems to help your child draw authentic connections to real-world situations and develop a greater appreciation for the subject. Concepts and skills covered in class give your child exposure to the MOE Primary 1 syllabus.
    We give your child a fun learning experience by using manipulatives, interactive activities and mini projects. Abstract ideas in math are made more tangible and understandable for your child in class via the use of physical objects and pictures.
    Our classes are tailored to help your child to think about math in broader terms than just rote learning.
    Stretch activities are included in every lesson to help your child deepen his or her understanding of each math concept.
    After each lesson, parents receive a summary of what was covered in class, as well as suggested activities to reinforce learning at home.

Concepts and Skills

Some math concepts and skills that your child can look forward to in our K2 Math enrichment programme include:

  • Compare groups of objects and communicate at least two different attributes
  • Identify different patterning rules
  • Recognise and extend complex patterns
  • Identify place values of numbers 1 to 100
  • Count, add and subtract numbers 1 to 20
  • Compute the value of money – dollars and coins
  • Identify basic fractions
  • Identify the attributes of 3D shapes
  • Apply non-standard units in measurement of length
  • Use comparative language terms in comparison of measurements
  • Tell the time by skip counting in 5s