Carsoncrest International School is located at 9707 Kamagong St., Barangay San Antonio, Makati City, Philippines. Situated on the ground floor of a modest but modern building, it boasts of a space filled with fun and adventurous learning for your preschool kids. As a franchisee of the International Preschool Curriculum© headquartered in the United States, it delivers a world-class preschool program that is developmentally appropriate rather than age appropriate. It understands that children develop at varying paces and it knows that children learn better in an environment of fun. Thus, it has created a venue where children can “seriously play” and never think that studying is burdensome work. Your child will develop excellently in the areas of language arts, numeracy, creative arts, socio-emotional, sciences, and motor skills.
At the moment, Carsoncrest International School runs toddler (2 years old), nursery (3 years old), and pre-kinder (4 years old) programs. In 2019, it will start running the kinder (5 years old) program. Eventually, it will grow into an integrated
school with levels all the way to senior high school.
Carsoncrest International School’s vision is to become a nationally recognized institution that delivers international curricula embodying the best in education research. It would like to host fun environments that encourage students to become curious,
inquisitive, investigative, and active while seeking answers to their questions. It would like students be playful in serious learning.
Casoncrest International School’s mission is to educate children of any nationality, race, or culture. It believes that children learn best when multidisciplinary, play-based, investigative, experiential, and practical approaches are used and supported with appropriate technologies that enhance the fun of learning and gaining knowledge. It also partners with parents to nurture their children into highly motivated, globally competent, academically excellent, and values driven lifelong learners. Thus, it positions itself as a progressive institution that supports a multi-faceted philosophy in educating the young. For its stockholders, it seeks aggressive growth and maximum returns at any location it decides to be. While for its employees, it promises meaningful human development and adequate compensation.
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How exactly are we able to bond and share this experience with our kids in our own creative, little ways?
1. Find time to read books/watch films related to the stories in the Bible.
Other than the main focus of the occasion which is spotlighted on Jesus’s death on the cross, stories and/or shows which depict different themes from the Christian faith will surely capture the attention and interest of the little ones. There are animated shows such as the Super Book series, but you could also encourage children to watch age-appropriate films with an adult’s guidance.
2. Change the routine.
If your child’s habit first thing in the morning is to pick up play with a gadget, ask him to try and do other activities such as reading a book or to lessen the time he spends watching television. This is a simple way to begin teaching children what a little ‘sacrifice’ means, especially during Holy Week. It is also to give time for family bonding or to do some activities together.
3. Be creative.
While Holy Week is traditionally known to be a period of stillness and reflection, you can be creative in your approach to explaining its meaning to your children. Do arts and crafts, play trivia or puzzle games related to the season. Aside from keeping your children active, they also learn something even while school is out.
4. Go out and explore while maintaining a sense of solemnity.
Go with the whole family and do Visita Iglesia, an activity where one prays in different churches. The family could also visit galleries or museums (sometimes churches themselves have their own collections of historical displays) depicting paintings and/or sculptures of religious things, and at the same time parents may continue their storytelling while their children view these works.
5. Prepare the family for the Easter celebration.
This doesn’t mean just browsing the internet for Easter events and parties, but also to let them approach you on the experience they had during the week. The family could attend the Easter vigil and then have a simple meal at home in preparation for Easter Sunday.
This article was originally published by Smart Parenting