A Structured Preschool Program For Kids Delivered Home | Flintoclass@HOME

The Safest Alternative To Preschool During The COVID-19 Chaos

Preschool In A Box

Ready-to-use materials with step by step instructions packed and shipped to your doorstep every month.

Learning is now more FUN and EASY!

 

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What you will get with

All-inclusive learning kit with everything required for high-quality early education

Pre-recorded sessions by early education experts

Easy-to-use kit with simple step-by-step instructions for parents

World-class curriculum inspired by Waldorf, John Dewey, Multiple Intelligence and Playway Method

560+ unique multi-sensory experiences that focus on holistic skill development

Development tracker to keep a tab of your child’s progress

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First Term Fee

(3 Months)
You Pay Rs  11997  7497
Per Month Rs  3999  2499
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Dr Monica
My son got a great start to his life by following Flintoclass curriculum. I’m very happy with the results and the way he is quickly learning concepts in a fun way!
Sangeetha
With Flintoclass, my daughter learns in a thematic, age-appropriate and practical manner.

Age-Appropriate Programs With Maximised Learning Outcomes

Flintoclass designs age-specific programs for 1.5 to 5.5 year olds that enable independent exploration and holistic growth — cognitive, social, language and literacy, creative, and physical development. The skills they acquire here prepare them for a life at school and lay the foundation for lifelong learning.

Language and Literacy Development

Creative Learning and Development

Creative Learning and Development

Language and Literacy Development

  • Explores language through songs, rhymes and chants
  • Learns new words by listening, observing and engaging
  • Starts to communicate using simple words
  • Follows two-step instructions with ease
  • Uses sounds/gestures to express emotions, needs and wants
  • Fosters creativity through unique, thematic art-explorations
  • Uses art as a medium of expression
  • Nurtures imagination through storytelling and role play
  • Understands the world around them by engaging in pretend play
  • Engages in other forms of creative expression - sound, music and dance
  • Knows and sings familiar songs; explores musical rhythm and tone
  • Moves in rhythm to beats and explores patterns
  • Expresses through art materials and is able to describe own creation
  • Engages in creative dramatic play and enacts common roles
  • Exhibits originality in expressing ideas
  • Understands contexts of conversations; narrates stories
  • Speaks clearly with the use of a vocabulary of about 2000 words
  • Develops phonetic awareness, understands vowels and blending sounds
  • Uses phonetic awareness to write simple words and fill the missing letters
  • Reads simple words, sentences and stories with confidence

Cognitive Development

Language and Literacy Development

Cognitive Development

Creative learning and development

  • Learns to identify and sort basic shapes and colours
  • Develops awareness of numerals and explores the concept of counting
  • Explores how objects fit together, recognises patterns
  • Understands the difference in sizes and labels objects as 'big' or 'small'
  • Improves recall of elements and sequencing of events
  • Names familiar objects and understands thematic concepts
  • Builds a vocabulary of 150-200 words; recognizes letters in print
  • Recalls a sequence of simple picture stories
  • Begins to use writing tools to trace lines, patterns and letters
  • Asks questions, responds to simple questions; follows multi-step instructions
  • Recognizes numerals up to 25; traces numerals and counts numbers
  • Understands quantity and sequences numbers; compares less and more in a group
  • Classifies by one attribute and makes comparison across domain
  • Understands orientation of shapes; constructs the whole from units
  • Solves complex patterns and reasoning puzzles; decomposes shapes
  • Enacts roles with props; understands the difference between pretend-life and reality
  • Enhanced creativity in using regular objects in role plays
  • Explores, repeats and creates rhythm
  • Engages in a variety of movements with props and instruments
  • Describes own creation; appreciative of the work done by peers

Creative Expression

Social and Emotional Development

Social and Emotional Development

Social and Emotional Development

  • Begins to engage in dramatic play; uses toys in imaginary play
  • Interacts with sounds and expresses curiosity
  • Shows excitement to music and attempts to move their body in rhythm
  • Engages in creations of art using non-toxic paint, crayons and clay
  • Engages in unstructured free play to nurture imagination
  • Develops preferences, shows confidence and takes pride in known tasks
  • Begins to engage in cooperative play, takes turns and negotiates
  • Expresses feelings and needs through words; label emotions
  • Develops strong empathy; communicates concern for others
  • Participates in group activities; explores social relationships
  • Aware of their own ability & characteristics
  • Begins to understand the relationship of the self with others
  • Uses a variety of words to express; manages feelings appropriately
  • Interacts comfortably with known adults; develops social relationships
  • Engages in role-plays; learns to resolve conflict with peers with guidance
  • Develops a positive self-image and expresses confidence in doing tasks
  • Shows empathy and responds to emotions appropriately
  • Uses reasons for feelings and is able to problem-solve during conflict
  • Uses socially appropriate behaviour; begins to work in teams and await turns
  • Plays cooperatively with others; seeks help from peers

Social and Emotional Development

Cognitive Development

Language and Literacy Development

Cognitive Development

  • Is in the comfort of familiar adults and peers
  • Builds positive relationships with peers
  • Develops a sense of self-efficacy
  • Plays independently and mimics behaviour from surroundings
  • Develops empathy and understands the feelings of peers
  • Recognizes written numerals; rote counts to 10
  • Begins to understand one-to-one correspondence
  • Recognizes and matches familiar shapes and patterns; sorts based on size
  • Enhances spatial reasoning; flips and rotates to fix objects
  • Gains conceptual understanding of the world through theme-based activities
  • Speaks clearly, initiates questions, shares opinions and experiences
  • Engages in show & tell; simple storytelling activities
  • Develop phonetic awareness of letters, reads simple words
  • Copies letterforms, shapes and symbols; traces letters and numerals
  • Learns basics of word families/CVC words
  • Recognizes numerals between 100-150; recalls numerals and counts numbers
  • Understands ascending, descending order, lesser/greater of a number
  • Adds and subtracts two numbers; skip counts; classifies more than one attribute
  • Names and attributes 2D and 3D shapes; understands symmetry; solves complex patterns
  • Uses counting tool - colour rods to understand arithmetic manipulation

Physical Development and Wellness

Physical Development and Wellness

Physical Development and Wellness

Physical Development and Wellness

  • Engages in actions that involve large muscle movements
  • Improves strength and balance by running, pushing, pulling
  • Holds and stacks blocks
  • Grasps objects and uses hammer and pegs
  • Explores a variety of materials to improve sensory and motor skills
  • Increased flexibility and enhanced balance
  • Coordinates body movements – stretching, climbing, bending over, throwing and kicking
  • Better pincer grip control; uses fastener on clothing; threads beads, tears and folds paper
  • Builds gross motor skills; throws a ball overhand
  • Takes part in circle games and activities that group activities involve movement
  • Engages in group games involving various gross motor movements
  • Walks in a straight line; throws overhand; aims and throws
  • Becomes agile and strong
  • Uses precise hand movements; folds paper with accuracy; laces strings; attempts to tie shoelace
  • Displays refined hand-eye coordination; transfers liquids
  • Coordinates body movement to accomplish tasks
  • Walks backwards, jumps and hops
  • Refined control over writing tools; uses dominant hand; copies and draws
  • Engages in creating art that involves precise motor control
  • Confident at climbing, sliding, swinging, dancing and enjoys being active

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100+ K-12 schools where children graduating from Flintoclass@HOME not only get priority admission to Grade 1 but also enjoy a favourable fee structure.

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