Kindergarten (KG1) is the first stage of formal education and is an important foundation for a child’s academic development.
At this age, students learn basic concepts such as counting, shapes, colors, and sizes. They also gain early literacy skills, such as recognizing letters and sounds.
In addition to core academic subjects such as math, reading, and writing, students in KG1 learn about the world around them through social studies and science.
They also work on developing their social and emotional skills through activities such as group work and problem-solving.
Finally, students begin to develop their sense of self and self-esteem through creative activities such as art, music, and physical education.