Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

How are we different

It brings us great satisfaction that, for the past few years, we at (Pre-Primary) M.K.N.S have been implementing the New Education Policy, which emphasizes that education should be instilled through play.

Throughout the year, we host a variety of events to enable the Pre-primary students to get vital real-life experience.

They love learning by participating in a variety of activities in everyday life.

Every month, students are introduced to a new project, which may include a practical, a field trip, hands-on experience, or other activities. All subsequent learning is built on the foundation of these activities.


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Fine motor skills generally refer to the small movements-such as picking up small objects and holding a spoon that uses the small muscles of wrist, fingers, feet, toes, lips and tongue

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Putting imagination into drawing and showcasing their narrative skills through critical thinking.

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Creativity is the ability to think in a different way, or the ability to use the imagination to generate new ideas. Children using letters and shapes to draw new things.

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Social skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally


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Introduced STEAM activities to enhance the stimulation of the working of Little brains while they are at home, with little activities which will enhance their Science, Technology, English, Arts & Math curiousness and understand it better

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Show and tell isn't just about giving the kids a reason to bring toys to class., but each child's emotional, language, listening skills will develop from this activity. The child learns to be self confident.

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Spell Bee !!!  

Spell it once Spell it twice.

Think of the words and spell them right. 

Where the children could gain competency over vocabulary improve and gain knowledge on more known and unknown words and also gain confidence to read and write new words.

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Drawing and colouring is also one of the important skills that needs to be taught to the kids, so that they can express what they observe and imagine.

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Let the fire in you ignite the light of knowledge around.

The Pandemic, could only technically polish us, but could not stop our children from achieving great goals.

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Storytelling develops concentration, attentiveness and sustained active listening skills and develop memory. It encourages to use imagination and creativity. By engaging students, stories promote listening and create opportunities for interaction.

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To help the child to communicate well, with the right vocabulary and form a good base for the future.

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It provides confidence and gives them a word bank to choose the correct words from, and also helps them to improve communication and socialize well.

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Math is an important part of learning for children in the early years because it provides vital life skills. They will help children problem-solve, measure and develop their own spatial awareness, and teach them how to use and understand shapes.

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The major objective of E. V. S teaching learning is to enable to learn about the environment by developing an awareness of the natural, social and cultural environment.