Campus 1: 79/7 Pham Thai Buong (Nam Long 1), Phu My Hung, District 7, HCMC  |  Telephone: +84 28 5412-5944

Campus 2: 27/3 Ha Huy Tap (Nam Thien 2), Phu My Hung, District 7, HCMC  |  Telephone: +84 28 5412-4350

 

Campus 3: 12/4 P Street (My Tu 2), Phu My Hung, District 7, HCMC  |  Telephone: +84 28 5412-5232

 

Email: kidsclubsaigon@gmail.com

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Learning through play

The aim of Kids Club Saigon is to provide a secure, loving, and creative environment that nurtures the growth and development of each child. We offer small class sizes, high-quality learning resources, and experienced teaching staff. At Kids Club Saigon, we work together to create an environment that celebrates childhood.

Play is the work of the child. Play is a child’s response to life. It is the way children discover themselves and the world around them. By creating a thoughtfully prepared environment that supports child-led play, we nurture wonder, we embrace joy, and we foster discovery. Along the way, we help our children develop these skills:

  • Separating from family members and learning to trust adults at school
  • Following daily routines

  • Toilet training

  • Sitting and joining in at circle time

  • Taking turns and playing nicely with others

  • Using words and understanding words

  • Developing independence in eating, putting on shoes, putting away own snacks and water bottles, choosing activities, cleaning up toys, going up/down stairs safely

  • Learning colors, shapes, numbers, names and common vocabulary

  • Using tools, toys and books appropriately

  • Choosing activities independently and using materials appropriately

  • Learning to care for self, others and the environment (e.g. washing hands, cleaning up)

  • Playing together, taking turns and sharing materials with others

  • Listening and responding to books read to them and developing a love of books

  • Becoming familiar with alphabet letters and their shapes and sounds

  • Becoming familiar with numbers 1-10, shapes, colors and mathematical language (e.g. big/small, long/short, more/less)

  • Learning to recognize and trace their own names

  • Developing fine motor skills through hands on play and gross motor skills through active play

  • Engaging in whole group activities with sustained attention

  • Being independent

  • Choosing activities that interest them

  • Making and keeping friends

  • Resolving conflicts with peers in a positive way

  • Communicating clearly

  • Listening and paying attention during whole group time

  • Focusing on a given task

  • Developing a concrete understanding of the numbers 1-10

  • Recognizing letters and beginning to associate letters with their phonetic sound

  • Learning to write their own name and developing early writing skills (tracing, copying, labeling)

  • Developing vocabulary and confidence in expressing their own ideas

  • Being willing to try new ideas 

  • Developing emotional self-regulation

  • Following verbal multi-step directions and focusing on the task until completion

  • Developing a concrete understanding of numbers 1-30 and oral counting to 100

  • Solving addition/subtraction word problems within 10, using a variety of strategies

  • Identifying uppercase and lowercase letters and some high-frequency words

  • Using letter-sound knowledge to spell phonetically and to decode CVC words

  • Engaging in teacher-led literacy activities, e.g. journal writing, retelling stories, reading simple text

  • Writing name correctly and forming most letters and numerals legibly

  • Practicing English vocabulary, grammar, and communication skills in everyday interactions

  • Using tools (e.g. pencils, scissors) with increased control and precision

  • Developing abstract symbolic thinking through drawings, constructions, and dramatic role play

  • Developing skills to become confident, creative, collaborative, and compassionate citizens

Kids Club Saigon

Where children come first

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