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Kids, Learning, and You!
Kids, Learning, and You!

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We have a well-structured parental participation programs, in which we involve the parents in the learning journey of their child as he or she grows and learns in the class.

A very apt parenting tip ,we came across while considering parents as one of the pillars in laying the foundation of a bright future of a child:
"Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your relationship with him" - by Dr. Henker

Have you ever tried to club music and creativity for your little champ? Encourage your child to make any musical instruments at home and you will be amazed to see the excitement on his/her face while playing with the self-made musical instruments.
This is an interesting activity by which you can make your child learn about the creative ways of doing things.

We believe that a child can learn everything, and anything if taught through the five senses. Therefore our learning zones are designed to encourage the child overall development, without enforcing the rigid structure of a classroom

How true are these words by Walt Disney: "There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island." We believe as a parent you develop reading skill in your child when you gift them a book.

We believe that a child can learn everything, and anything if taught through the five senses. Therefore our learning zones are designed to encourage the child overall development, without enforcing the rigid structure of a classroom.

A very apt parenting tip we came across while considering parents as one of the pillars in laying the foundation of a bright future of a child:
"Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your relationship with him" - Dr. Henker

As tots grow, so do their nutritional needs, toddler should have six or more servings of cereal and grains a day. Some examples of a serving are a 1/2 slice bread, 1/4 cup dry cereal, 1/3 cup cooked cereal, 1/2 bagel or muffin, or 1/3 cup cooked rice or pasta.

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Wow, interesting activity based learning for your preschooler!

Having your preschooler help you in the kitchen is a good way to get your child to try new foods. Kids feel good about doing something “grown-up.” Give them small jobs to do. Praise their efforts. Children are much less likely to reject foods that they helped make.
Here are the list of activities where you preschooler can help you with: wipe tables, place things in trash, tear lettuce or greens, help read book by turning pages, make faces out of fruits & vegetables, rinse fruits or vegetables.
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