Story Curriculum

Stories lead children to a world where science and imagination coexist.



”Where is Jack“ Knowledge Tree Learning Structure

Our story-based curriculum uses a distinct learning methodology that engages children with inquiry-based topics that children are enthusiastic about. Reading interesting stories triggers a child’s curiosity to ask questions. In order to find answers to these questions, children actively desire to read, to sense, to experience and to explore. They also spontaneously utilize their language, drawing, writing, body language and creativity to express their findings. In the meantime, children will be driven to new questions that they are interested in, which leads to new projects of learning and exploration. Therefore, finding answers to questions is the process of self-challenging, self-accomplishing and problem-solving for children.

Children’s questions are raised from stories, and what they learn will link back to their everyday lives. This makes learning concrete and meaningful to them. While seeking answers to the questions, children gain experiences, and also obtain problem-solving skills. This process allows them to construct their own “knowledge tree”.


Through story The Very Hungry Caterpillar, we are working on “What is the life cycle of a caterpillar?”:

Through the story, The Very Hungry Catepillar, we start the study on caterpillars.

Through Story Amos and Boris, we are finding out “What does the ocean look like?”:

story collage - boat

Through story A Wonderful Day, we are doing activities on “What makes a car run?” story collge -car