Sports and games are an integral part of every child's life.It is a natural way to let go off stress and pressure and at the same time teaches them some important traits like teamwork, leadership, achieving goals and boosts self esteem. Our program focuses on fun and promotes awareness for physical fitness. We provide professional instructors who help the children to imbibe a healthy lifestyle.
Its a theme based curriculum which is connected, has conceptual learning, is multi-dimensional and allows natural learning. It develops children to be life-long learners, making the children more confident and better motivated. It takes children on a journey of curiosity, fun and learning. Story-telling, role play, enhancing vocabulary, imagination, and core knowledge are the key features. Developing confidence, empathy, decision making, helping peers, cooperation, taking turns and sharing are the traits taught at various situations during the sessions.
Skating helps build strength, especially in the muscles of the lower body. Skating works the legs and glutes power through movement, while your arms and core get a workout as you balance your body during the movement. Children develop stronger muscles and better coordination which keep them active and alert. Vishal Sir’s expertise keeps the children constantly abreast with skating techniques by playing innovative games with this sport.
A well-rounded martial art that originated in Korea, combines combat and self- defence techniques with sport and exercise. Training in Taekwondo is an excellent tool for physical fitness and character development for children. Rajesh Sir’s excellent training capacity enables children to develop effective strikes and moves in a fun and interesting way.
Children have an innate love of stories. Stories create magic and a sense of wonder at the world. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves and about others. Storytelling forms a crucial part in developing your child’s overall personality. Research has proven the benefits of Story Telling and Reading to children - not only do they learn and develop their language skills, they also develop social skills, imagination, creativity, memory, and concentration. Story Telling is one of the most important activities, we as caretakers and educators can conduct with our children at this age. We invite teachers and parents to read a story of their choice through various methods (puppet theatre, overlays, pop up books, scrolls, etc.) and conduct an intresting activity associated with the story to enable children to relate to it.
Art is the best medium of expression for children. Through art they learn about the world of colours, proportions, shapes and dimensions. This is an engaging activity requiring focus and also develops the fine motor skill. Art also encourages independence, self-esteem, creativity and channelises their latent energy productively. It gives children the much needed “down-time “and functions as a stress reliever.