About Busy Habians

Age range:

Suitable for children from the age of 14 months to over 29 months

Time/ Date:

11 May - 15 May ( 5 days) / 11 May - 15 May & 18 May - 22 May( 10 days)

Price: 

$500 / 1 week ( 5 days) Programme (learning kit fees included)

$ 1000 / 2 weeks ( 10 days) Programme (learning kit fees included, a set of complimentary flashcards will also be included)

*Parents are required to go to their respective Little Habs centre to collect their own learning kit. Please collect your learning kit on 7 May (Thursday) or 8 May (Friday) between 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

This program will focus on the followings topics:

  • Colours and Shapes
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Mathematics
  • Literacy- Phonics 
  • Storytelling (Putonghua)  & Music and Movement (English)

Week 1 Lesson Plan:

Day 1: Monday, 11 May  Zoom live video | Colours and Shapes

Day 2: Tuesday, 12 May  Parent tutorial video | Arts and Crafts

Day 3: Wednesday, 13 May   Zoom live video | Mathematics

Day 4: Thursday, 14 May   Parent tutorial video Literacy Phonics

Day 5: Friday, 15 May  Zoom live video | Storytelling (Putonghua) & Music and Movement (English)

*Please note that the curriculum for the two weeks programme (10 days) will change accordingly. 

You might sign up through this link: https://app.littlehabs.com/oas/register.php?lang=1

In this programme, we will explore the following:
Gross Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills
  • To promote locomotive skills.
  • To enhance the ability to crawl, sit down and stand with assistance.
  • To learn how to push and pull objects.
  • To learn how to manipulate objects with different body parts.
  • To promote one’s concept of spatial awareness.
  • To improve one’s sense of balance.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.
Fine Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills
  • To release objects voluntarily.
  • To practise hand-eye coordination.
  • To promote finger dexterity through tearing, peeling, sticking and scooping.
  • To learn how to transfer objects from one location to another.
  • To practise stacking and knocking down objects.
  • To practise hanging and hooking.
  • To explore different textures through poking, squeezing, pinching and stretching objects.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.
Cognitive Development
Cognitive Development
  • To practise sorting objects by shapes, sizes and colours.
  • To learn about the concept of object permanence.
  • To participate in pretend play.
  • To recognise common objects.
  • To explore basic concepts.
  • To explore functions of different objects.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.
Language Development
Language Development
  • To participate in an immersive English-speaking environment.
  • To recognise names of familiar people or objects.
  • To follow simple instructions with or without gestured cues.
  • To verbally communicate thoughts and feelings .
  • To recognise familiar patterns of speech.
  • To learn how to express preferences through speech or gestures.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.
Music and Movement
Music and Movement
  • To introduce basic rhythms and beats.
  • To create/improvise music through different mediums.
  • To cultivate one’s appreciation of music.
  • To stimulate one’s sense of hearing.
  • To practise how to coordinate body movements according to the beat.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.
Social and Emotional Development
Social and Emotional Development
  • To learn to play with others in an interactive way.
  • To encourage children to imitate behaviours and activities of others.
  • To foster a sense of community among children.
  • To develop children’s independence.
  • To learn how to express emotions through verbal or non-verbal means.
  • To help children build up their self-esteem and a positive self-image.
  • *The learning objectives will vary depending on the lessons.