School Activities


  • Children participates in "Hands on" activities that helps them to learn, understand and internalize certain simple math and science concepts.
  • They are be encouraged to "Find out" the answers for themselves instead of being told by the teacher!

Concept Related Activities

  • Children are active participants in "Project work" related directly or indirectly to the topic being discussed and learned in class.
  • A great deal of "INCIDENTAL" learning takes place here.

Outdoor Play

  • Children are exposed to a wide variety of outdoor activities including experimenting with sand and water play.
  • Sand and water play provide tactile-sensory stimulation and develops problem-solving skills.
  • These activities work towards refining coordination as well as gross motor development.

News/G.K. Time

  • This is a "Special Interest" time with materials and activities that relate to the theme being done in class.
  • Activities that involve the class as a whole are done - this helps children learn to participate, share their thoughts and ideas, wait for their turn, accept other viewpoints, and so on.

Reading Time

  • The teacher works with individual children or small groups to reinforce specific concepts or provide individually targeted challenges.
  • Children also get to work more or less independently with materials that will enhance cognitive and reading skills.

Snack Time

  • Children learn to share physical space, food, the teacher's attention as well as good table manners and eating habits.
  • They are encouraged and expected to be independent, serving themselves and others and remembering to speak politely and not waste food.

Singing Time

  • Here, the children sing carefully selected songs that are related to the topic and project being discussed and done in class.
  • Children develop the invaluable skills of expression, rhythm, listening and coordination.

Math Time

  • Children get acquainted and build a meaningful relationship with numbers and other mathematical concepts that are a part of our daily lives.
  • They do worksheets and participate in individual and group activities that promote "Learning by doing"!

Book Time

  • This is specifically geared towards promoting language and reading skills apart from developing an appreciation for literature.

Writing Time

  • Here, the children develop eye-hand coordination and visual perception skills.
  • Writing in euro senior is also used to enhance discrimination skills.

Organized Game

  • Here, the children participate in activities designed to develop large and small muscle coordination.
  • They also develop balance, posture, locomotion and strength.
  • This time provides opportunities for group interaction as well as an acceptable outlet for extra energy.