Children have a great curiosity about the world we live in. Without a good knowledge of Cultural Studies it will be impossible later on to get a clear idea of History, Economics and Natural Sciences. We may consider Cultural Studies as the foundation for other parts of knowledge, and it is a subject in which the children show great interest.
Covers the learning sequence from the basic phonetic sounds, to phonograms, to symbolic grammar exercises which develop comprehension and improve the understanding of language.
Provides information and practical hands-on use of manipulative materials in helping children ages 4 through 7 learn to count, and for children learning addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Sequences which take children from a state of working with concrete manipulative materials to working on an abstract symbolic level.
Is designed in helping children ages 2 ½ through 5 to develop and refine their sensory perception and motor development skills. The child derives an understanding of his/her environment, how the environment works, and the importance of these activities in helping the child develop manual dexterity.
Focuses on understanding how children ages 2 ½ through 5 learn through sight (color, dimension and shapes), hearing (tone and pitch), touching (texture, weight, temperature, size and shape), smelling, and tasting.