About Habby's Live

Age range:

This programme is recommended for children who have reached 22 months to 30 months old before 24 May, 2020 or ready to go to Kindergarten. 

Time/ Date:

25/5 (Mon), 27/5 (Wed), 29/5 (Fri), 1/6 (Mon), 3/6 (Wed), 5/6(Fri),  8/6 (Mon), 10/6(Wed),12/6(Fri)

A total of 9 lessons

Price: 

$2070 (The fees include a learning kit for our lessons and a set of complimentary flashcards.)

 

This programme will focus on the followings topics:
*The learning content will vary from week to week.*

Every Monday: English theme + Phonics + Tips for starting preschool  

Every Wednesday: Putonghua theme + Phonics + Tips for starting preschool 

Every Friday: English concept + Phonics + Tips for starting preschool

*Parents must proceed to their respective centre to retrieve their child’s learning kit for class use. Please come and collect your learning on 21 May (Thursday) or 22 May (Friday) between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The application process will start on 11 May (Monday) at 9:00 a.m. Interested parties, please click on the button below for registration. Upon successful registration, we will send you a confirmation e-mail along your access Zoom link along with further details on our curriculum and instructions for our learning kit.

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.
Physical Development
Physical Development
  • To promote body control (fine motor and gross motor).
  • To practise locomotor skills such as crawling, walking, running, rolling objects and kicking in different directions.
  • To enhance one’s concept of spatial awareness.
  • To participate in cooperative play.
  • *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.
Aesthetic Development
Aesthetic Development
  • To nurture one’s creativity.
  • To create/improvise a piece of artwork by using different materials.
  • To practise using different tools to create/improvise a piece of artwork.
  • To enhance eye-hand coordination, perseverance and patience.
  • To enhance one’s concept of spatial awareness.
  • *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.