The Nursery Two Program is designed to inspire the children to be creative and interactive whereby the curriculum is planned into termly thematic units.
Children acquire new kinds of visual discrimination when they learn to read.
They must begin to pay attention to consistencies and variations of letters and text. They will experience regularities differences among similar stimuli that helps them to distinguish perceptual events. This experience is an indispensable part of learning to read.
Teachers inspire the children to examine, create and share their experiences as they broaden their language through interactions with their peers and teachers in a safe, nurturing environment. Teachers also actively support the language development through social interaction, promote self-expression, imagination and creativity.