Dolphin room


Children are innately curious learners. Their mind and bodies are undergoing rapid development in many ways and they need a secure and supportive environment to explore and learn. By providing an active and engaging learning environment, The DOLPHIN ROOM will be an ideal setting for your 2-3 year old children.

The curriculum consists of several thematic units that provide fun and challenging activities which last year-round. We focus on the development of the whole child. By listening to stories, singing songs, engaging in fun physical activities, participating in different visual and performing art activities, children develop their vocabulary, social skills, physical abilities, and good hygiene.

Major skills and outcomes:

Young children’s learning is heavily dependent on the development of language, thinking, and cognitive and socio-emotional skills. They learn in the context of interactions with important adults and peers. Their development and learning depend on the individual development pathways and the experiences they have at home and in the classroom. Therefore, our carefully planned curriculum and activities allow children to develop key skills in the DOLPHIN ROOM by engaging in a variety of instructional activities.

Children develop their listening and understanding skills by:

  • Demonstrating increasing ability to attend to and understand conversations, stories, songs and poems
  • Shows progress in understanding and following simple and multiple-step directions
  • Understanding an increasingly complex and varied vocabulary
  • Progress in listening to and understanding instructions and directions from the teacher

Children develop their language skills by:

  • Building new vocabulary
  • Strengthening phonic skills through songs and rhymes
  • Practicing conversation skills
  • Building alphabet recognition

Expand their thinking, reasoning, and analytical skills by:

  • Shape, color, and size related games and activities
  • Counting, identifying numbers, and working with patterns using blocks and manipulatives
  • Developing problem solving skills and practicing making predictions
  • Using their senses to investigate the properties of different materials

Improve their social and emotional skills by:

  • Encouraging group play and active participation
  • Instilling confidence and self-esteem
  • Encouraging sharing, communication, and cooperation through planned group activities
  • Sensitizing them to human nature and behavior

Develop physical and motor abilities by:

  • Games and sports for developing large muscles
  • Activities to develop fine motor and hand-eye coordination skills
  • Group play and activities

Practice self-help skills and activities geared to develop proper hygiene and habits

  • Demonstrations by teachers to develop proper hand-wash techniques
  • Safe-handling of food and personal belongings

Explore their creativity by:

  • Games and role playing activities
  • Art and craft project
  • Listening to and participating in music and theatre activities