Wide range of interesting activities held in a safe environment helps infants and toddlers to properly develop their gross and fine motor skills.
Language and Cognitive Growth
Cognition is the ability to think, learn and remember. Your newborn’s brain is rapidly making sense of the world through each interaction with our sensitive care-givers. Through listening and absorbing the basic and distinct sounds of language, he/she is forming the foundation for speech.
Creative Stimulation through Senses
The five senses are engaged in a specially designed environment that utilizes colours, play tools, textures and sounds. Discovering cause and effect through play, your child will also build up a sense of creativity, inquisitiveness, and exploration.
Social and Emotional Connection
How we respond to an infant is critical to his/her development, both socially and emotionally. Through responsive and interactive communication, infants will learn about various moods, gestures and emotions as his/her personality develops.
From infancy, children learn by experiencing their physical surroundings. Their sensitivity to changes in their surrounding keeps their mind constantly registering impressions from touch, taste, sight, hearing, and smell. Our curriculum is developed through teacher observation and evaluation of each child. Concrete, hands-on activities and experiences are planned according to a calendar of themes and units which are relevant to the children. Children will be actively involved and engaged in meaningful activities that allow them to explore nature, test limits, make mistakes, and solve problems.
Our curriculum includes a wide variety of stimulation such as sensorial experiences, songs and rhymes, verbal interaction by means of toys and books. Pictures, puzzles, music, games, and space for active play are also included to enhance their growth and development. The interaction between the infant/toddler and caregiver during routine care and rituals foster their learning and development.