Play School
Toddler Group
Age: 20 Months - 2 1/2 years
Timing: 9.00 am to 12.30 noon (Mon - Fri)
Age: 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 Years
Timing: 9.00 am to 12.30 noon (Mon - Fri)
Play-School is a stepping stone for small kids of age 2-3 years normally. So our facilitators help them adjust to the new environment, their tender hearts are nurtured with enormous love and care and are guided to become self-learners. We making the child learn how to think for him/her and develop the ability to learn: to process, follow through, make decisions, and understand which are implemented step-by-step starting with the basics and aim at achieving the ultimate goal of happiness- the starting blocks being love, care and security.
Time Activity
Self-Registration & Free Play
Kids are given time to settle in. They place their bags and shoes in their respective corners, pick an activity of choice from the classroom and indulge in some "me" time. Attendance is also taken at this time.
Prayer & Assembly
Before starting the morning routine, prayer helps them focus and get ready for the challenges ahead.
Circle Time
Children gather around and sit with the teacher to discuss anything that may catch their fancy. It is often about their weekend plans or celebrations, sometimes though it can be on random things like "Why is the Sky Blue"? This circle time is given importance because it builds self-confidence and social skills. The aim is also to improve vocabulary and get rid of inhibitions.
Snack Break
Focused Activity
This is a theme based activity organized by the class teacher.
Outdoor Play
Fruit Break
Teachers create animated story-boards to explain the nutritional value of the fruit.
Kids prepare to go home. Day ends by story-telling.
Children who have opted for Day-Care go to the Day-Care room
What we do:
  • Repletion of the exercise
  • Free choice
  • Analysis of movements
  • Control of error
  • Exercise of silence
  • Order in the environment
  • Care for personal cleanliness
  • Good manners in social contacts
  • We safeguard the child's physical and mental health
  • Stabilize the child's emotional status and make them confident and independent
  • Prepare the child for formal schooling and minimize separation anxiety
  • Exciting, activity- based curriculum
  • Reading and development
  • Develop a good physique, muscular coordination and motor skills
  • Discipline in free activity
  • Provide hands-on experience to learn concepts and develop vocabulary
  • Puzzle's play