MUSIC & MOVEMENT
The class starts with a welcome song and rhymes and chants that engage the child. Children are introduced to a variety of instruments and the melodic and rhythmic patterns provides exercise for the brain and helps develop memory.
LANGUAGE & LITERACY
The early years are critical for language development and right-brain development. The building blocks for early reading will be set in place through story time, flashcards and phonics.
A simple box filled with materials and activities for unstructured and independent play. The child can freely choose an item of interest and explore
This develops flexibility, strength, balance and coordination through varied physical activities.
Babies and toddlers learn about the world through their senses. Sensory play involves hand-on activities that stimulate sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell using simple materials. These open-ended play opportunities allow their imagination and learning to flourish.
This involves simple stretches and poses that increases oxygen and nutrient flow to cells, increasing your baby's ability to learn. Touch and close contact also encourages strong bonds between parents and child.