The children are free to choose their activity during free play. This is important as providing choices are good for the pre-frontal lobe in the brain which controls functions like decision making etc.
Activity time engages students in activities such as art, drawing, colouring, activity sheets, phonic programs, numeracy skill development and literacy skill development. These activities are important for the holistic development of all senses and skills. The child tries to understand his own self, his family and the world around him through stories, games and interactive activities during concept time.
Nursery children interact more and more with their peers, they practice their Language and Social skills through make-believe games for which they have ample time. They learn to play table games such as puzzles, board games and are introduced to the concept of taking turns and sharing. As in Playgroup Language Development, Maths, Letter and phonics, Music and Movement and Physical Experience make an integral part of the curriculum for Nursery.
Kindergarten, which literally means "garden for the children") is a preschool educational approach traditionally based on playing, singing, practical activities such as drawing, and social interaction as part of the transition from home to school.
To equip children with the right skills for smooth transition to formal school. As children become increasingly independent, they aspire for new challenges. Our programme introduces new themes and concepts every month, while carefully guiding children towards better structured classroom experiences ahead.
The child in the infant to toddler age range is capable of amazing learning. The ‘With My Mom’ Mother Toddler program at Witty world is a much sought after program by young mothers for their children in the age group of 1 – 2years of age. The program is an opportunity for parent and child to explore together. There are great advantages of this program that includes parents, grandparents, or caregivers. The parents of this age group are truly at the most "reachable/teachable moment" for parent education.