Ready Steady Go Program at MG

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Welcome to Ready Steady Go Kids

Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s leading preschool sport and exercise program. Operating since 2004, we currently run classes for toddlers and kids (aged 2.5 – 7 years) at more than 150 locations in Australia and across Asia. Our physio-designed multi-sport activities teach preschoolers the fundamentals of 10 different sports and develop and enhance gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive and supportive environment.

Ready Steady Go Kids seeks to promote a healthy lifestyle, develop a lifelong passion for physical activity and sport, decrease childhood obesity, increase confidence and prepare children for participation in school and the broader community.

Benefits

Delivering a combination of physical and emotional benefits, the Ready Steady Go Kids programme is designed to build confidence and self-esteem, providing a platform of knowledge and boosting school readiness skills.

Physio designed programme
Each class is taught by qualified trainers with early childhood and coaching experience. All trainers have a Level 1 Coaching qualification from Australia. Additionally, there is always at least one trainer who is trained in First Aid for pre-schoolers.

Confidence and competence
The Ready Steady Go Kids programme is designed to develop gross and fine motor skills and enhance hand-eye and foot-eye coordination with the goal of being able to tackle tasks independently.

Introduction to ‘life skills’
Ready Steady Go Kids introduces the concept of ‘sportsmanship through encouraging participants to take turns, play by the rules, provide encouragement and cooperate with peers.

Boosting school readiness
The Ready Steady Go Kids programme incorporates skills such as concentration, listening, following directions and basic concepts of colours, numbers and shapes.

Encouraging a healthy lifestyle
Introducing extracurricular sports to preschoolers helps to promote a ‘lifelong love for sports and exercise’. At preschool age we can shape attitudes for a lifetime.

Platform of knowledge
Participants will leave the programme with a basic understanding of a variety of sports to build upon when school begins.

Wikahon Program

Mother Goose is offering the Wikahon Program to all students starting this Saturday August 6 at 8:30 to 10:00pm or Thursdays 12:30 to 2:00pm.  For the first time, this would include Wikahon Pre-A for the kindergarten level along with Wikahon A and Wikahon B for higher levels.wikahon
 
The Wikahon Pre-A will include the recognition of new words, the use of these words and understanding how to use these Filipino words fit for a Nursery child. 
 
Please call Mother Goose Quezon City at 712-0707 or 740-2025. Please reserve your slots now.

2015 Enrichment programs

DATE :June 29, 2015
TO :ALL MOTHER GOOSE PARENTS  
RE :ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
FROM:MRS. JOSEPHINE C. YAO, Directress
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Dear Parents,
 
We would like to inform you that we are still accepting enrollees for our regular enrichment program.  
 
Fees are computed based on a total of 21 class hours per subject (Singapore Math, Language and Reading, Sakamoto Math and Wikahon). 
 
Enrolled students may come in anytime provided within the outlined class schedule. Number of hours consumed will be monitored. 
 
For new enrollees, additional Php 400.00 will be charged for diagnostic test and folder bag.
 
Please see attached form for available courses and schedule. Should you wish to enroll your child, please fill up the reservation form and attach your payment so we can reserve a slot for you.
 
For inquiries and clarifications, please call 712-0707 or 740-2025.
 
Thank you.
 

Imaginarium Activity Center

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MOTHER GOOSE NURSERY
The Play and Learn School
 
To:All Mother Goose Parents (San Juan) and Other Interested Parties
Re:IMAGINARIUM ACTIVITY CENTER
From:Mrs. Josephine C. Yao, Directress
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Greetings!
 
Mother Goose Nursery - The Play and Learn School of San Juan branch announces the opening of its Little Tot’s Activity Group every Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:00 - 2:30pm starting this February 2015.
We invite you, dear parents and friends, to enrol your little tots whose ages range from 1.2 – 1.7. We have prepared interesting and fun, developmentally appropriate learning materials and activities like varied songs, movement, games, stories, etc. to foster their growth and development.
This is the stage in the lives of your little tots when fastest growth and development of their brains take place. Their physical and motor skills should be honed properly to maximize their potential and satisfy their innate enthusiasm for learning.
By allowing them to interact socially with their peers and adults, your little tots will learn language faster and earlier and promote personal and social skills needed for a successful transition in school.
Since they are explorative and they love to discover, our kid – friendly, skill – building activities will surely inspire you parents who are natural teachers too. You are welcome to participate with your tots while they are engaging in the different activities that we offer.
A minimum of 8 students is required to open a class, and we strictly follow first-come, first served basis.
Please contact us through our website at www.mothergoosenursery.com.ph or call our school at 234-1019/234-1170/234-1105 or 09054886467 for further inquiries.
We look forward to seeing you soon.

Reading Enrichment Program (Level I-V)

Picture2Level 1 (Senior Graduates) - introduces the student to segmenting, blending and the correct pronunciations of the short vowel sounds a, e, i, o, u. The students learn the medial and the ending sound and understand the left and right relationship in all text.

  • Basic Writing

Level 2 & 3 (Kinder)

  • The sound of each letter in the alphabet
  • How to combine letter sounds to make words
  • How to read these words in simple sentences
  • Useful “helper words” found in most children’s books
  • simple stories to read
  • Basic Writing

Level 4 & 5 (Prep to Grade 1)

  • Blending CVC Words and Digraphs
  • How to read these words in simple sentences
  • Useful “helper words” found in most children’s books
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Basic Writing