A World of Opportunities

Nature Walks

Children learn about living things, the environment and also develop a caring and nurturing outlook towards trees, plants, animals and other forms of life.


Children develop eye to hand coordination, creativity and the pre-writing skills. By holding paintbrushes and learning how to control paint, crayons, scissors, and other art tools, children gain the skills necessary for later writing activities as well as the ability to express themselves and their world.


Children are involved in free dance which helps in building their gross motor skills (Coordinated movement of large muscles like those in legs/arms). It also infuses in them a sense of rhythm, flexibility and co-ordination.

Story Telling

Children also develop language skills, imagination and creativity as they narrate and listen to stories. Apart from inculcating global values and empathy, it stimulates children’s interests in books and reading.

Puppet Play

Children connect to puppets as their friends. Puppet play inculcates various concepts like good habits, sharing, caring, etc. It also helps them develop their vocabulary.

Clay Modelling

This activity stimulates creativity, designing and technical skills, while also developing the muscles related to writing and fine motor skills.

Field Visits

Children extend their learning through practical observation and experience, and connect their learning to the wider world.

Themed celebrations

Children imbibe their rich culture through celebrations where traditional foods, artwork and performances help realize cultural awareness and integration.

Circle Time

Children develop their collaboration, communication and skills of problem solving by planning as well as discussing solutions to work together more effectively.

Role Play

Role and pretend play are significant aspects that prepare children for useful roles in society. The ability to interact and communicate, overcome inhibitions and evoke meaning with confidence, are important outcomes of role play.