Infant Stimulation and Toddlers Program
Infant Stimulation Program (ISP):   Age Group: 1.9 years to 2 years

At this stage the emotional skills are in the process of developing. So in the presence of the mother or any other caregiver your child is allowed to feed his or her growing curiosity. Our curriculum provides plenty of time for your child to investigate, explore and play in a safe, secure, stimulating, educational environment. Children are exposed to a more routine oriented program where the main focus is helping the children gain more independence.

Toddlers Program:   Age Group: 2 years to 2.5 years

The toddler stage is very important in a child's life. It is the time between infancy and childhood when a child learns and grows in many ways. Everything that happens to the toddler is meaningful. With each stage or skill the child masters, a new stage begins. This growth is unique to each child. They walk, talk, solve problems, relate to others, learn to be independent and want to do things for themselves and have their own ideas about how things should happen. It is a world of small creatures' bright and beautiful, of tiny hands and angelic hearts , a world of rich language experiences , creating their own place, a haven of happy children - promoting emotional, physical, cognitive , mental & spiritual development through various activities.


Here, children explore the world of books and feel safe and secure as they are introduced to reading. Brightly illustrated children's books are displayed on low shelves.

Dramatic play: Children experiment with different roles as they explore the familiar and the unknown through pretend play. This area is filled with props and dress-up clothes to encourage imagination.

Manipulative play: In this area, shelves are filled with puzzles, pegboards, beads, and other small construction toys. Children develop fine motor skills by using their fingers and hands in creative ways. They learn hand/eye coordination and practice problem-solving skills.

Blocks:Wooden blocks of different sizes and shapes are arranged on shelves to encourage children to build replicas of their world, or creations of their imaginations as they practice symbolic representation. They are developing an understanding of the relationships between size and shape, and the basic math concepts of geometry and numbers.

Art: Here are the raw materials for creativity — colored paper, crayons, markers, tape, paste, set out on shelves and tables. Art projects may be done either independently or simultaneously as a class activity. Children are developing small muscle control and hand/eye coordination, as well as creativity.

Large motor:Children crawl through tunnels, climb and balance, hop and jump, and bounce and dribble balls, developing coordination, balance, and large muscle control.