LittleMe Curriculum

Our LittleMe curriculum focuses on fun and learning. We balance fun and social time with teaching time that helps students excel both in and out of school. Monthly themes are used to expand the children's learning on a variety of topics.

These themes are incorporated into the classroom learning and focuses on the core concepts of:



Provides rich opportunities for the child to develop his/her vision, hearing, speech and fine-motor skills. Through the different activities, the child becomes familiar with sounds and symbols and begins to make the transition to putting sounds together to make his/her own words. Various materials aid the child in developing the muscular control needed to write.

  • Simple commands.

    Identifying Pictures of Objects with usual, unusual or complex names.

    Naming Pictures Starting with the Same Phonetic Sound.

    Naming Objects Starting with the Same Phonetic Sound.

    Looking at Alphabet Booklets.

    Creating a Story from Pictures.

    Becoming Familiar with Letters and Their Sounds.

    Matching Letters on an Alphabet Board.

    Sandpaper letter.

    Tracing trays.


Introducing concepts of math by manipulating concrete materials. The child learns how to develop quantity using tangible objects that represent abstract ideas. The goals of the program is to build confidence in using numbers in everyday life.

  •  Beginning Basic Counting.

    Identification of numbers and number names.

    Looking at Number Booklets.

    Number and quantity matching.

    Symbol and quantity matching.

    Building of quantity.

    Adding and Taking Away Identical Objects.


Kids learn best when they’re involved in learning through experimenting. This means getting to ask questions and have discussions, and it also means letting their interests guide planning. Children need their senses engaged. Hands-on science activities let children do just that, giving the kids a chance to use scientific thinking helps them make sense of the world.

  • Nature table.


    Celebrating a birthday.

    Understanding plants and animals around us.

    Exploring seasons.

    Exploring Magnetism.

    Exploring light and colour.

    Exploring melting and evaporation.

Cognitive skills
Motor Skills
Sensory Skill

Cognitive skills

Cognitive development, it’s one of the main ways that child explores the world. Through exploration and experimentation, child develops the ability to think, understand, communicate, make memories, imagine and work out what might happen next and meet certain developmental milestones.

  • Group objects according to specific characteristics.

    Name and identify objects and pictures.

    Simple songs and stories.

    Observe and imitate.

    3- or 4-piece puzzles.

    Logical ordering.

    Matching Pictures by Concept.

    Associating Objects and Numbers.

    Matching Three Basic Geometrical Shapes.

    Transferring Equal Numbers of Objects.

Motor Skills

Acquiring motor skills is just one part of child’s development. Mastering both fine and gross motor skills are important for child’s growth and independence. Having good motor control helps a child explore the world around him/her and helps with important tasks such as writing, feeding oneself, self-care etc.., little ones need to develop dexterity and strength.

Fine Motor

  • Scooping and Transferring.


    Clothesline activity.



    Cleaning activity.

    Stringing beads.

    Cutting with a scissor.

    Using a hole puncher.

Gross Motor

  • Walking on a line.

    Balancing beams.

    Throwing an object.

    Dropping an object to a target.

    Ball play.

    Bean bag toss.

    Large blocks.

    Obstacle course.

    Climbing stairs.

Sensory Skills

Senses are gateways of knowledge, it provides an opportunity for the child to explore the relationships of color, sound, shape, form and texture. The child learns to compare, contrast, reason, classify and categorize physical properties in his/her world. This trains the senses and provides the necessary foundation for both physical and mental activities in learning.

  • Experiencing Different Food Textures.

    Experiencing Different Sounds.

    Experiencing Different Textures.

    Gathering Objects in Nature.

    Experiencing “Warm” and “Cold”.

    Matching Objects by Color.

    Pairing Objects According to Color and Pattern.

    Discriminating between Sizes of Shapes.


    Exploring a Texture Box.

    Observing Nature Close Up.

    Experiencing Smell Bags.

Creative Art
Daily life skills
Daily 5

Creative Art

Students are exposed to various styles of art, drawing, craft and painting. Students explore various art techniques and use these techniques to develop their own works of art and showcase their creativity.

  • Play dough molding.

  • Water colour painting.


    Prick work.



    Glue box.

    Sand water play.

    Puppet show.

Daily life skills

This will include many of the task’s children see as part of the daily routine of their culture, such as carrying objects, pouring liquids, preparing foods, fastening clothes, washing hands, washing dishes and clothes, polishing shoes and furniture, and taking care of their environment. Through these tasks, a child refines his/her muscular coordination which enables movement and the exploration of the surroundings. She/he learns to work at a task from beginning to end and develop his/her powers of concentration.

  • Unrolling and Rolling Up a Work Mat.

    Wiping Up Spills.

    Sweeping Up.


    Cutting Soft Food into Pieces.

    Serving Food.

    Pouring Beverages from One Container to Another.

    Setting Places for Meals.

    Unfastening and Fastening Clothes.

Daily 5

The Daily 5 a framework designed to help students develop lifelong habits of reading, writing, and working independently. The components of Daily 5: Read to self, Read to someone, Listen to reading, Word work, Work on writing.

  • Task cards.

    Exploring activity.

    Picture book.

    Learn new words.

    Follow the instructions.

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