Competence in talking and listening and in becoming readers and writers in essence (pre-reading and pre-writing skills), with rudiments of communication skills in English and Urdu, and with a growing vocabulary and increased fluency to express their thoughts and convey the meaning to the listeners.
- Conversational speech
- Identifying discriminating sounds
- Listing skills and comprehension
- Recognizing patterns
- Matching and sorting
Reading on word level
- Reading in context
- Vocabulary of objects, attributes and actions
- Informal discussion
Mathematics (Pre-Number Concept)
Development of pre-mathematic skill. Skills related to comparison, sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing and counting.
Develop ability to recognize and count any number. Learn skip counting
- 100 board
- 100 chains
- Geometric solids
- Geometric cabinet
- Curved figures
Physical Development (Gross and Fine Motor)
Developing physical control, mobility, awareness of space and manipulative skills in the indoor and outdoor environments.
- Elementary movements pulling out a chair, carrying a tray
- Gross and fine motor skills
- Use of activities that promote concentration and coordination and independence
- Eye to hand coordination
- Strengthen of the handwriting
Personal, Social and Moral Development
Children learn to work, play, cooperate and function in a group.
Grace and courtesy
- Caring about others
- Problem solving
- Conflict resolution
- Peace table
- Developing and awareness of needs of others
- Practical in several service projects throughout the school years
Knowledge and Understanding of the World (Basics of Science, Geography and History) Understanding their environment, other people and features of the natural and man-made world. Foundations for historical, geographical and scientific learning will be a part of their learning.
- Art and craft
- Environmental studies
- Practical life exercises
- Islamic studies
- Physical studies
All the students visit the library on a twice a monthly basis. During their visits, they select books to bring home often enjoy stories read to them by a teacher or a librarian. Skills develop of students are as follows:
- How to treat a book open, close and carry properly
- Have the responsibility for return library books
- Understand the role of the author and the illustrator
- Grace and courtesy in the library
- The role of the librarian
- Knowing the location of picture books, beginner readers, animal and nature books, stories books, cartoon books and dictionaries
LFPS students are exposed to the computer in their classrooms and begin to understand its function. They hear their teachers identify the most basic parts of the computer monitor, mouse, monitor, CPU and keyboard. The students may choose to use a simple program and print a page of their work.