Programme- Full Day Care
4 months to 2 years
- Developing senses through different sensorial activities.
With traditional structures like joint families being sociologically reconfigured and the advent of nuclear homes where both parents are working, a day care becomes an important extension of your daily life. It is a repository of trust and harmony, where you leave your children safe in the knowledge that they will be loved and looked after. We realise that a child may be single with her or his own needs or as a part of a family with siblings may have inhibitions, so we run our day care like a large family home, grouping children vertically or laterally, to allow across-age group sibling-like bondin. Growing up in this environment, they learn the importance of relationships, sharing, empathy and co-habitation, which we all know are vital life skills.The programs we offer at this stage are Beauty and Joy.
The programmes we offer at the stage are Beauty and Joy.
Beauty - Beauty Curriculum is designed keeping each child’s individuality in mind + whetting all five windows of learning. The little ones participate in sensory based learning experiences while receiving positive care ,nurturance all the time laced with love and patience.
Their curriculum includes:-
Daily schedule includes routines as follows:-
– Bonding with love to sooth and calm a child on arrival
- Diaper changing
- Nap/free movement
- Play time
- Browsing through Touch and feel picture books
- Vertical grouping with toddlers
- Sensory activities.
- Outdoors if weather permits
Joy - The Framework for joy curriculum presents strategies and information to enrich learning and development oppurtunities and provides a structure that mentor’s and supporting staff can use to make informed decisions as they plan learning environments and experiences for their youngest children.
The framework is based on current research on how infants and toddlers learn and develop in each of the 4 domains:-
- Perceptual and motor development
Daily schedule includes:-
– Arrival and settling
– Meal times
– Calming with prayers and meditation
– rhymes and songs
– Circle time
– Story time
– Picture book reading
– Exploring the enironment
– Participating in activities
– Free play
– Music and movement
– Nap time