Bhavishyaa’s Early Years program helps new learners nurture their curiosity and cultivate skills for inquiry and exploration. We conduct the following activities to show students how to learn independently, and collaborate with others:

Show and Tell:

Students take the initiative to bring their favourite toy/ object to the class and describe it. This helps them develop their speaking skills, and build their vocabulary.

Painting, Colouring, Arts and Crafts:

Students tap into their creativity and explore ideas by producing collages, finger prints, block prints, vegetable prints and tissue paper art.

Clay-modelling / Pottery:

Clay modelling helps develop fine motor skills and neuro- muscular and hand-eye coordination. This helps in bringing about activeness and curiosity in students.

Interactive Play:

Play helps children develop and improve their gross and fine motor skills, coordination and concentration. It teaches them to work cooperatively and collaboratively, using all their senses to discover and explore their environment, and develop their imagination, creative thinking, problem solving skills and experiment with solutions.

Music and Finger play:

Singing songs and reciting poems and rhymes helps children develop early literacy skills. Keeping a steady beat develops language. Clapping hands, stamping feet, and using rhythm instruments in line with music develops important pre-reading skills. Young children recognize words, sounds, rhythms, tones, and pitch long before they talk, sing, or dance. So, the more music the children have in their lives, the better they will speak and read.

Circle Time:

Circle Time is set aside for all the students to share their thoughts, listen to one another, actively participate together, introduce new concepts and ideas and generally build a sense of respect and support for one another.

Storytelling and Role Play – Using various aids like puppets, models, drama, etc.. Puppets foster leadership, performance, and sometimes, even the courage to stand in front of our peers. Puppets also foster social interaction, communication, role playing, imagination, storytelling, and listening abilities.

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