ABA Global School's early childhood education program a diversity of learning spaces for small and big groups activities. As children need to be active, there is a variety of centers and areas that meet various needs, interests, and age groups.
ABA Global School students use learning centers in the classroom.
In this space you will find material for painting and drawing, scissors, glue, Scotch tape, and a wide variety of paper that will allow the children to explore and express their feelings and ideas.
Science and Experiment Centre
Curiosity about the natural world and knowledge of the characteristics of common materials will be stimulated in the children. Through observation and experimentation of everyday phenomena, they will explore the surrounding environment.
In this Center, children will sharpen their capacity to solve problems. With easy to manipulate materials, they will learn about patterns and sequences, numerical concepts, sets, basic operations, tridimensional objects, simple graphs and basic measurements.
Children write and create in this space, where they can find paper, pencils, markers, and crayons. Younger children write through drawings and narrate their stories to teachers, who edit them. Each classroom has its own computer, with which the children are stimulated to keep a record of their ideas.
Sand and Water Centre
This area contains innovative materials which includes tables of sand and water. The opportunity to work directly on these materials helps children understand concepts such as density, volume, dimension, and weight, in a natural and efficient way.
Library and Multimedia Centre
The classroom library consists of more than two hundred books covering various areas of learning plus several CDs and tapes. Contact with these materials will enhance the children’s language skills and will, simultaneously, develop their interest in reading.
Simple musical instruments, manufactured or made by the children, are the materials available which encourage them to experiment with the sound, timing and rhythm of songs.
Abilities and Motor Skills
These spaces include sheltered and unsheltered areas for play and physical activities. The children will be stimulated to take part in activities that contribute to strengthen balance and flexibility, raising their awareness of health and security regulations.