At GEI’s Chhabildas English Medium School, our curriculum is driven by developmentally appropriate approaches. The early years are the most significant years for human growth, development and learning for all children , that’s the reason all units of study are based on student interest and integrate literacy, mathematics, science, and art standards. On a daily basis, students participate in authentic learning experiences by engaging in centers, small groups, and whole group instruction. Throughout the year, students are assessed by observations and formal assessments.

At GEI’s Chhabildas English Medium School, we believe that children learn best when they are immersed in meaningful and authentic activities, which will develop a life-long love of learning.



Learning provides a classroom structure that facilitates the active learning of children. It provides opportunities for children to learn through concrete experiences with real objects. Through learning children have opportunities for:

  • Social interaction with peers leading to cooperative learning, peer teaching, and the development of social skills
  • Language development as they verbalize their actions and discuss problems and solutions with others
  • Cognitive development as they experiment, explore, manipulate, compare and contrast, ask questions, and solve problems
  • Physical development as they move and are actively involved in making choices
  • Creative development through art, music, and writing activities


Through the art children:

  • Explore differences in colors, line, texture, and shape by painting, drawing, molding, cutting, pasting, and constructing
  • Express their thoughts, ideas, imaginations, and creativity through picture making, puppetry, modeling, constructing.
  • Enhance fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
  • Focus on the process of discovery rather than the produc


Through the block children:

  • Discover patterns, gravity, shapes, sorting, measurement, spatial sense, and counting
  • Have opportunities to construct and deconstruct and engage in symbolic play
  • Feel a sense of accomplishment in constructing and creating
  • Act independently and make choices
  • Engage in cooperative group play
  • Solve problems related to physical principles


Through the writing children:

  • Become aware of speech sounds and patterns of rhymes, poems, and chants
  • Learn to identify sounds of speechy
  • Use language in a variety of situations
  • Write & draw using a variety of writing tools and paper sources
  • Dictate stories to adults
  • Enhance fine motor skills by manipulating a variety of writing materials

Science & Sensory:

Through the science & sensory , children:

  • Explore their environment by using inquiry and discovery
  • Consider logical relationships within and among objects
  • Weigh, measure, and compare and contrast objects in their environment
  • Plant seeds, grow, and nurture plants
  • Stimulate curiosity, exploration, and problem solving
  • Make inferences and predictions about cause and effect relationships
  • Focus on the process of discovery rather than the product
  • Develop compassion for living things

Dramatic Play:

Through the dramatic play , children:

  • Learn about themselves and their families by playing dress up and imitating things they observe in their environment
  • Play cooperatively with others, take turns, and share
  • Apply knowledge to new situations
  • Classify according to common characteristics
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the social expectations and attitudes of others


Through the library , children:

  • Develop an appreciation and love of books
  • Learn how to handle and hold books
  • Develop emergent literacy skills
  • Participate in story telling activities
  • Attach positive, emotional feelings to their experiences with books
  • Retell or dramatize stories
  • Play with words
  • Engage in a variety of print activities


Through the math , children:

  • Develop perceptual, conceptual, and fine motor skills
  • Sort, classify, and sequence objects according to attributes of shape, color, and size
  • Work independently and feel a sense of accomplishment
  • Demonstrate emergent logical-mathematical knowledge

Students will participate in learning daily but will also engage in small groups for more individualized instruction and whole group instruction.