Edsmart Curriculums

Edsmart’s International curriculum is global, equitable, joyous,inclusive, and contextualized module with varied learning opportunities for ensuring holistic development of children. Edsmart curriculum aims at maximizing individual potential by creating strong foundations for lifelong learning through play and developmentally appropriate practices. It also intends to develop a healthy Exploration, Creativity, Understanding The World, Concept Based Learning and much more.
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Preschool Curriculum

Foster the young minds with an upgraded and pellucid lesson plans,tools and resources for embracing the best start of their lives.
Uniquely crafted lesson plans and activities to align with school academic year, enriched content and tools for parents and teachers that focuses on meeting every child's learning needs in order to build a solid and broad foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing.

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Holistic Development Planner (HDP)

HDP Curriculum delivers 48 KDAs of early years of child development. The planner is provided with activity descriptions and clear goals to deliver the best learning experience. It does stimulate the inquisitive minds and expands one’s understanding of the world. This rich module provides the foundation that is vital for the child to soar into greater heights that absolutely has no boundaries.
Curriculum: Available for Pre- Nursery, Nursery, LKG and UKG children age groups.

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Holistic Development Curriculum (HDC)

HDC Curriculum is a comprehensive solution enabled with the technology platform for higher degree collaboration between school, parent and the child. The HDC Curriculum delivers 48 International KDAs of early years. The curriculum provides detailed activity description, enriched with Digital content and clearly mapped learning outcome to promote holistic development of the child.
Curriculum: Available for Pre- Nursery, Nursery, LKG and UKG children age groups.

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Edsmart Home Connect (EHC)

Edsmart Home Connect program provides the detailed activity planner empowering the Home learning for children. Parents are guided with extensive resources on to make the child learn at home and at the same time to keep the fun at learn on. The EHC is bundled with App and Web based access guided lessons and activities with enriched videos, audio , images and documents.

Curriculum: Available for Toddler, Pre- Nursery, Nursery, LKG and UKG children age groups.

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EDSMART CURRICULUM

EDSMART Preschool Curriculum development process involves many teachers and academic experts. Each educational activity developed by the team passes through hands of experienced teacher consultants. Group of teacher consultants specialized in their domain develop the resources which are not only of highest quality but with clear learning outcome mapped to developmental milestones.

EDSMART Preschool Curriculum focuses on the holistic development of the child irrespective of the method of teaching followed. Preschool Curriculum focuses on early literacy, cognitive, sensorial, aesthetic development along with emphasizing to develop fundamental life skills for long term success in their adult life.

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Cognitive Development

Cognitive development is the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood. Children at this age are very self-oriented and have an egocentric view the world from their own perspective. They begin to use symbols to represent objects; begin to reason in their own way ect. All this happens in a process that can be explained as working of the brain which works like store, retain, and subsequently retrieve information.

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Emotional Development

Our easy-to-use, comprehensive, and secure learning program empowers administrators and teachers to help school students build essential skills and excel. Upgrade your school curriculums with Edsmart International curriculum plans, premium books, platform solutions and parental enagagment platforms.

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Language Development

Language Development is the process by which children come to understand and communicate language during early childhood.  Language is a medium through which humans communicate or share thoughts, ideas, and emotions, be it through verbal language or non-verbal.  This allows them to exchange those thoughts, ideas, or emotions.  The language would be expressed through listening, reading, speaking, writing or even gestures.  Language thus has its two forms; expressive and receptive.

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Aesthetic Development

Development of creativity mainly relates with the inclination towards any art forms and sense of beautification. Children indulge into creative expression and appreciation through art and music. Children experiment with and enjoy various forms of music, both with the classroom facilitator as well as with self. They develop familiarity with the basic elements of music, such as melody, rhythm, pitch, tempo, beat and harmony.
A variety of art media are available for creative expression, such as watercolour, pens, paint and clay. Children are exposed to the basic elements of art, such as line, colour, form, texture, space and composition. Both music and art are woven into all aspects of the curriculum, thus giving a chance for children to explore all the forms.

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Sensorial Development

Auditory: It refers to the sense of hearing. This is like the sound just being heard; ability to differentiate between them, like that between a teacher’s voice and that of a bell; following the said commands aptly, i.e., comprehending or processing spoken language appropriately and responding to it.

Visual: It refers to the sense of seeing. This involves processing and using visual information in terms of visual memory-recall some objects that are seen in the past; identifying and discriminating; visual matching.

Olfactory: It refers to the sense of smell. This is where the child can identify and differentiate between different smells.

Gustatory: It refers to the sense of taste. It is controlled by taste buds on the tongue. This is where the child can identify and differentiate between different tastes.

Tactile: It refers to the sense of touch. It is to test how reactive and prompt the child is, when he/she comes in contact with different textures in the surrounding or to the different types of touch of different people.

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Social Development

Social development refers to gaining a sense of understanding of self and others. At this age, children are adamant at sharing their possessions and ego-centric.  Thus the ability to share, co-operate and understand feelings of others should be inculcated in them.  How efficiently one develops socially is a result of how one’s self- identity is formed in the opinions of others as well as oneself.  Thus it is very vital, as it aids in the behaviour patterns of children at later stages of life.

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Physical Development

Physical development refers to the growth of the child’s physical abilities. Physical development entails the development of large body muscles like hands, legs etc., and small muscles like fingers, skills of coordination, control, manipulation and movement.
Gross Motor Skills:-
Balancing skills Balance is the ability to maintain a controlled body position during task performance, whether it is sitting at a table, walking the balance beam, or stepping up a step. Balancing skill is the ability to maintain controlled positions during both static (still) and dynamic (moving) activities.
Physical strength It is to see how active the child is, his/her grace and skill in physical movement, especially his/her hands and legs. Eg., Energy levels, ease in moving hands and legs for running or picking up something, etc.
Muscle coordination Muscle coordination is required for daily activities; picking up a toy, reaching for a glass appropriately. It is to see whether they are able to do these activities promptly or if they have difficulty. This can also be seen during exercise time.
Fine Motor Skills:-
Pincer grip This is the ability to hold objects between the thumb and index finger. The pincer grip is essential for writing and drawing activities.
Eye-hand coordination These can be fostered by many Montessori aids like the pink tower, cylindrical box, etc. This is the coordination between the eye and hand and their movement together. This skill is very essential for writing, playing, and drawing.

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