CHILD EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM (CELP)
Pre-nursery / Play Group: Age 1.5 Year to 2.5 years
Child development refers to the biological, psychological and emotional changes that occur in a human being between birth and the end of adolescents, as the individual progresses from dependency towards increasing autonomy.
It is a continuous process with a predictable sequence yet having a unique course for every child. It does not progress at the same rate and each state is affected by the preceding state of development because these developmental changes may be strongly influenced by genetic factor and events during prenatal life.
Developmental changes may occur as a result of genetically-controlled processes known as maturation, or as a result of environmental factors and learning, but most commonly involves an interaction between the two. It may also occur as a result of human nature and our ability to learn from our environment.
The optimal development of child is very vital for parents and so it is important to provide appropriate social, cognitive, emotional and educational development to children.
Mom & Tiny Tots provide an atmosphere for your tiny tots to explore their surrounding environment where they can interact and know themselves better. Having fun with art, discovering basic shapes & figures, exploring different colors & shades, sing simple songs, learn how to move to a rhythm, listening & telling short stories, learning basic discipline and manners and, of course, making friends at class are some of the areas where our experienced staff focuses on. Our “Child Early Learning Program (CELP)” is specially designed to provide space catering to various interest areas and specific kind of plays, for instance book zone, activities zone, fun & learn area among others.
- Develop the child’s abilities and skills in a ways which provides a base for their future education.
- Foster self-esteem, a sense of achievement and self-confidence.
- Develop an awareness of the needs and values of others.
- Develop the communication and social skills necessary to work co-operatively with others.
- Encourage independence and a sense of responsibility.
- Stimulate the child’s natural curiosity about how the world works.
- Encourage creativity and the use of imagination.
- Develop the child’s language and reasoning skills.
- Develop concentration and listening skills.
- Provide opportunities for children to direct their own learning and make choices.
- Promote a child’s physical development
- Play Group : Age 1.5 Year to 2.5 years
- Duration : 2 hrs. / Day (Monday to Friday)
- Batch Starting : June – March
- Kids & Teacher Ratio : 1:10
The child learns small words which he/she uses in daily life, like come, go, sit, stand, please, sorry etc. so that he/she can communicate with friends, teachers and rest of the world.
Teaching children about letters/alphabets is an important milestone. Alphabet recognition helps the child to make connections between the letters and sounds they stand for. Children learn alphabets though letter cards, finger painting and sometimes through rhymes.
Playing with numbers
Learning about numbers is a preschooler’s first step towards becoming a budding young mathematician. Here playing with numbers is all about counting, number recognition and one to one correspondence. Activities include counting the fishes drawn, making numbers with clay, bead counting etc.
Action words and Greetings
Teaching simple action words and greeting words are necessary because doing so will lay the foundation for other important lessons in future. Kids will learn different action words such as taste, chew, listen, go, walk, run etc. and greeting words like Hello, Bye, Good morning etc.
Understand small phrases
Kids in due course of time shall slowly start listening and later on using small phrases such as Walk slowly, turn around, Stand up, Sit down, Chew properly etc. Learning small phrases would help them communicate and build vocabulary.
The child mostly at this age talks to his/her own self. This habit is utilized and in the talk sessions and they feel happy talking about their self. Answering YES/NO questions, expressing personnel needs is also a part of this domain.
A child’s imagination is pure and unstructured. We focus on this imaginative and creative part of the child and thus help him/her learn by the method of scribbling, art, craft and painting.
Focus on developing fine motor skills and gross motor skills among the child by many activities such as marching on music, unscrewing bottle cap, run without falling, balancing on one leg, kick a ball etc.
Exploring the environment around
The child needs to learn about the immediate nature outside his/her home. Thus learning about nature and its beauty is a necessity. Eg. Picture display of Objects seen in sky during day and night.
Children sing rhymes and dance on songs so as to enhance child’s expressive abilities, improve bonding among friends, follow rhythm and be physically active.
Social and Emotional Development
Playing in groups, sharing among friends, peer communication etc. is also necessary for child’s development. A child needs to learn social habits and need to understand how to get involved and play with other kids.
Short Story Telling
Short stories infuse morals among the child and it also helps in developing his creative and imaginative part. He/she will learn the difference of ‘right and wrong’; thus learning to cheer the good guys and boo the bad ones.