Sensory Development

As early educators we understand that those who have efficient sensory system are happy, engaged and learn in numerous settings. A child participates in different kind of games and activities based on sensory development.

Language Development

This is the child’s ability to both understand and use language. We understand that first three years of the life, is the most intensive period for acquiring speech and language skills. We strive to provide that environment and curriculum.

Creative Expression

Self- expression using a variety of art materials. In our program we acknowledge and celebrate children’s uniqueness and diversity.  It also offers excellent opportunities to personalize out teaching and focus on each child.

Cognitive Development

This is the ability to learn and solve problems. Instead of telling, the teachers ask the students about their own views and proposed solutions to problems, ideas and views.

Fine Motor and Gross Motor Skills

Fine motor, is the child’s ability to use small muscles, specifically their hands and fingers such as to pick up small objects, hold a spoon, turn pages in a book, or use a crayon to draw.

Daily schedule includes colouring, arts and craft, cut and paste and physical activities such as running, jumping, climbing, dancing, yoga and all kind of active play.

Physical Movement Activities

We help the children better understand the mind/body connection. We do this by

–          Implementing active learning across the curriculum.

–          Promoting the value of play.

–          Make them understand the importance of physical education, fitness.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED)

This is the child’s ability to interact with others. We help them build

–          Self confidence and self awareness

–          Ability to manage feelings and behavior

–          Ability to build relationships

Intellectual Development

It includes thinking and reasoning, knowledge and understanding, memory and learning, imagination and creativity, concentration and attention, problem solving, perception through the senses, concept formation.

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Music and Arts

Music and arts is another important part of our curriculum because we know that such activities play a big role in child’s development.

Good Values and Manners

We inculcate good values into children by teaching them everyday manners.