Kizoi is on a mission to help improve early education with the more efficient teachers, more participating parents & highly motivated students with learning kits for preschool.
Kizoi aims to empower educators to create a positive impact on students by enhancing their learning experience. Structured learning under multiple disciplines of the Activity Box.
The Curriculum consists of 56 thematic units.
All units encompass multiple disciplinary learning areas, including Language Arts, Socio-Emotional Skills, Numeracy, Creative & Visual Arts, Sciences, and Fine and Gross Motor Skills.
Gross motor skills require whole-body movement and involve large body muscles to perform everyday functions, like standing, walking, running and jumping.
Fine motor skills involve using the minor muscle of the hands, commonly in activities like using pencils, scissors, construction with Lego or Duplo, and opening lunch boxes.
Understanding language is the ability to understand words. It involves gaining information and meaning from routine, visual information within the environment, sounds and words. The worksheets involve fun activities for kids to improve their diction and pronunciation.
Children think mathematically long before they start school, and there is substantial growth in numeracy skills during preschool. Such informal knowledge about numbers is often referred to as ‘number sense. Children show their number sense in many everyday problem-solving situations involving numbers and measurement.
Creativity is the freest form of self-expression. The ability to be creative, to create something from personal feelings and experiences, can reflect and nurture children’s emotional health. The experiences children have during their first years of life can significantly enhance the development of their creativity.
Painting, colouring, writing, making music and making crafts are all creative activities.
Social & Emotional Skills
Social skills are the skills we use every day to interact and communicate with others. They include verbal and non-verbal communication, such as speech, gesture, facial expression and body language. A person has strong social skills if they know how to behave in social situations and understand written and implied rules when communicating with others.