Play is an essential part of early learning. As children play they are developing the cognitive, socio – emotional and physical skills they will need to take them into a successful adulthood. They are developing their curiosity, problem solving, and intentionality flexibility, verbal and non-verbal skills. They learn confidence, co-operation, negotiation, sharing empathy and how to communicate appropriately. To create a sense of oneness, we observe important thematic days and celebrate all festivals with zeal and fever. Research has shown that play is the most effective way to teach pre-schoolers.
Here’s some of the things we follow FINE MOTOR SKILLS to prepare toddlers to hold writing GROSS MOTOR SKILLS like co-ordination and balance SOCIAL SKILLS like sharing and self – control. LITERACY SKILLS like recognizing alphabets and MATH SKILLS like words counting, sorting and comparing SCIENCE SKILLS like constructing, experimenting and observing. Thus these delightful funfilled experience blending academics will provide an opportunity for a child to grow in a graceful way.