Essence Statement For CBC Mathematics Curriculum design
Mathematical activities at the pre-primary level empower children to engage in basic analysis of problems and to develop appropriate solutions in day to day life. These activities help to develop mental processes that enhance logical and critical thinking, accuracy and problem solving; all of which are important building blocks for primary school readiness. They also enhance the learner’s development and acquisition of basic classification, number and measurement skills during early years.
General Learning Outcomes
By the end of the pre-primary education, the learner should be able to:
a) use acquired classroom skills to solve problems in daily life
- demonstrate basic number concepts as a basis for future learning
- demonstrate interest in measurement and dispositions in physical and social world.
- Essence Statement For CBC Mathematics Curriculum design