Education plan – topic areas, competencies and objectives

1) Fairy tale world – welcome to our world
– children get accustomed with the kindergarten´s security regulations both indoor and outdoor by doing roleplay as the King and the Queen
– reinforcement of set rules of the group (represented by a Kingdom)
2) I like school, school is my friend
– what I did during summer holidays, what I learned and what I saw
– acquaintance with the daily running of the kindergarten
– an overall understanding of what activities are planned for the upcoming school year
3) Animals
– playing with animals, getting familiar with the natural areas surrounding Kobylisy
– wild animals, ZOO animals, farm animals, pets
– visit of a ZOO
4) the Earth
– ECO education
– 4 seasons
– crafting mini-globes, drawing maps
– the World day of peace

1) Gardening

– getting to know the characteristics of plants, fruits, vegetables
2) Kiteflying – the strength of the wind and the rain
– the history of kiteflying
– how to build a kite
– how to fly a kite
3) Forest in the autumn
– Various creative activities – collecting fallen leaves, chestnuts, cones…making collages
– playing in the garden – dance and music
4) The chords of the autumn
– playing with kids´ musical instruments
– kids´ karaoke
– the Kingdom is electing the King and Queen of dance
– monsters and halogene

1) Good health lies with fun and play

– why we need to dress warmer in the autumn
– why fruit and vegetables are good for us and why sweets are bad
– how to brush teeth properly
2) Traffic, transport and machinery
– how and where we drive/ride
– geting familiar with road signs
– different means of transport, pedestrian crossing, traffic lights
3) Lanterns, lampions, sky full of stars
– the history of lampion, crafting little lanterns
– the sky at night, stars, the space
– the winter is approaching, the Advent period
4) When I grow up – professions and crafts
– what will I become when I grow up
– which crafts do I know
– my mum and dad´s professions
– cooking game
Educational objectives:
– Integrating in the class and socializing with peers, respecting their different characters and specifics, their abilities and skills
– Children establish contacts with adults who are looking after them, they overcome timidity and learn to communicate effectively and respectfully
– Cognitive abilities and functions, imagination and fantasy – problem-solving, completing tasks and dealing with different situations, creative thinking, presentation of one´s ideas
– Understanding expressions of emotion and mood
– Children learn to express themselves through music and movement/dance, learn basic musical skills both vocal and instrumental (singing a song, playing simple musical instruments, keeping rhythm)
– Forming a basic understanding of the existing social rules and norms in society and being able to behave in accordance with them (at home, in the kindergarted, in public…)
– Children are asking questions and finding answers to them, are actively observing the world around them, they feel the need tounderstand things and processes happening around them, they are aware of the fact that there are many things to learn and are happy and satisfied when they learn or succeed at something new
– Children are able to make their way through in the group but at the same time they are able to negotiate and compromise, they cooperate with other children in order to achieve different goals, they behave according to the basic social habits and rules, they respect one another
– Children spend a lot of time observing the world around them, exploring it, experimenting, and are beginning to understand the context of things and processes

1) St. Nicholas

– learning poems and songs about St. Nicholas and his angel and devil
– drawing St. Nicholas
2) Christmas is coming
– getting familiar with Christmas traditions
– crafting Christmas decorations
– baking ginger bread figures and Christmas cottage
– singing Christmas carols
– organizing a kids´ Christmas party
4) New Year
– end of year festivities
– preparing party fingerfood, masks etc.
– New Year wishes and resolutions

1) Winter time
– learning winter poems and songs
– telling winter stories
2) Snowman
– rehersing winter poems and songs
– crafting a paper snowman, snowflakes
– paper snowball fight
3) Animals in the winter
– drawing a winter scenery
– crafting a wooden birdhouse, feeding birds
– learning about how animals survive in the winter
4) Tales and stories
– story telling and reading
– dressing up as characters from stories and tales
– role-playing
– drawing and crafting

1) Fit means healthy

– learning about winter sports: skiing, skating, sledding, bobsledding
– lerning about how to dress in the winter
– going out sledding
2) Illness
– learning about one´s own body
– what to do in order to avoid getting ill
3) My town
– talking about the place where we live
– crafting houses
– learning about city facilities
4) Carnival
– learning about Carnival
– organizing a school carnival

Educational objectives:
– Children are able to practically manage and understand the importance of their own personal hygiene, are aware of their own body.
– Children understand the importance of the environment (for the nature and society), they realize that human actions have an impact on the enviromnent and their own health. They understand the basics of recycling and its importance
– Acquiring the knowledge and skills critical to establishing personal contacts, being able to tell in which situation a help of an adult is needed and not being afraid to ask for it
– Development of memory and the ability to concentrate, ability to finish a given task and listen to others patiently
– Developing imagination and fantasy
– Working with spoken language, developing children´s communication skills and vocabulary

– Solving simple problems, understanding that most problems can be solved in different ways
– Children are able to describe what they like and what they don´t and explain why
– Children are able and willing to explain their points of view, listen to others and respond appropriately
– Children are aware that their behavior has an impact upon the people around them and influence the atmosphere in their group
– They feel the urge to explore their surroundings, the world and care for the environment

1) The spring is coming

– learning about the spring, the new cycle of life of animals and plants
– welcoming the sun
2) Four seasons
– spring, summer, autumn, winter
– learning about the weather and how to dress in different weather conditions
– rehersing what we learned previously
3) Little animals around us
– learning about animals and where they keep their young
– vocabulary: baby animals
– learning how to act if I find a young animal
4) Easter
– learning about Easter traditions
– crafting Easter decorations
– singing Easter carols
– organizing an Easter party

1) The underwater world

– what do we know about fish?
– what can we find under the surface of water
– freshwater and seawater fish
– a visit to the swimming pool
2) What is happening in the grass?
– learning about insects: beetles, ants, spiders, worms and caterpillars
– outdoor activities – observing
– drawing and crafting based on children´s impressions and experiences from previous outdoor activities
3) In the air
– learning about flying insects, birds…
– what else can be found in the air?: Planes, hot-air baloons, helicopters
– playing thematic games
4) Witches´ sabbath
– kids´ witches´ party
– crafting masks and costumes

1) My family

– talking about families
– mother, father, aunt, cousin – who is who
– celebrating Mothers´ day
– crafting Mothers´ day cards and presents
2) My book is my friend
– how a book was invented
– types of books
– group readings
– visit to a library
3) Blooming meadows
– wild flowers
– getting familiar with the basic types of flowers
– learning about herbs and their use
– learning about bees and how helpful they are
4) Shopping
– where can we find different products
– learning about prices and the value of things
– where we shop: markets, shops, supermarkets

Educational objectives:
– Listening (understanding the main idea of the story, following the storyline and repeating it in the correct sentences), having a good relationship with books
– Cognitive abilities and functions, imagination and fantasy-> children consciously use their five senses, deliberately observe, notice changes happening around them
– Children are aware of the broader social, natural, cultural and technical environment to the extent of their practical experience
– They understand the principles of nature, are able to identify animals, plants and understand the importance of protecting them
– They understand family relationships and realize that family is important
– Children realize that things have material value
– Children have a basic knowledge of culture, nature and technology which surrounds them, understand their diversity and transformations; they are familiar with the principles of what is happening in the environment in which they live
– Children use suitable language, independently express their thoughts, make statements, ask questions, respond to questions and are able to have a meaningful conversation
– Hand-eye coordination, training fine motor skills (handling everyday objects such as pencils, paper, scissors, modeling clay, playing simple musical instruments, etc.)
– Children are aware of the impact of their behaviour on the environment (natural as well as social), are able to face problems and come up with solutions
– Children are able to identify their priorities, are aware of their needs and learn how to meet them

1) Summertime

– learning about summer sports, clothes and weather
– the sun
– learning about possible dangers that the summer brings: swimming, exposure to sun
2) Forms and shapes
– observing and distinguishing between different shapes and forms we can find in the world around us
– understanding the meaning of: “under”, “on”, “next to” etc.
– celebrating Fathers´ day and Children´s day
– learning about ways how birthdays and other important days are celebrated
3) Holidays are coming!
– traveling around the world with children
– learning about different places, cultures, history
– talking about children´s plans for the summer holidays
4) Goodbye, kindergarten!
– garden party, picknick
– farewell to older kids who start school after summer
– holiday preparations

July – August: holiday schedule

Educational objectives
– Creating awareness of moral values and the existence of other cultures and nationalities
– Acquiring skills that are required to perform simple tasks in order to care for one´s environment, learning to respect the environment, self-respect
– Understanding that change in a natural, important and necessary part of life, learning to adapt to changes
– Children learn to take care of themseselves, understand the concept of danger and prevention

– Children are able to distinguish between different shapes, their common features and differences
– They understand spatial relationships and temporal sequence
– Children are able to express and communicate their feelings and moods through various means (speech, art, music, drama, etc.)
– They are able to express their ideas and opinions appropriately
– Children understand the diversity of cultures



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Tuition fee

Tuition fees are paid in monthly installments: 07.00–18.00 (full-day program)     5 times a week  15 900 CZK     Catering 130 CZK per day: