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Our events give you a way to not only support our mission, but to experience it. 

Meet our teens and see their achievements. Talk with a growing network of supporters who work to ensure our youth have a bright future.

ACTIVITY BASED LEARNING

Activity based learning is development oriented and not syllabus oriented. An attempt towards educating, rather nurturing young minds while taking care of all the aspects of child’s development like physical, motor, language, cognitive, social-emotional and creative expressions.

Activities  

Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me & I understand. Activity based learning play a vital role in the overall development of a child. They are meant to supplement, extend , enhance and provide an opportunity to practice the acquired skills and knowledge, equal emphasis is given to academics and co-curricular activities. The activities include color days, shape zone, treasure hunt, environment day and festival celebrations. Various competitions are also planned specifically for refining the social and motor skills, sharing, being independent, reinforcement of concepts and above all, the overall grooming of child’s personality.

Play activities : 

Play time activities with the use of beads, wires, leaves, pebbles, clay, sand, nesting toys and mosaic toy tiles help in developing gross and fine motor skills and satisfy kids’ natural curiosities through observing and discovering in a natural environment.

Story telling and Puppet show :

Story telling sessions with (no single moral) realistic experiences by use of lots of puppets help them to learn life skills like sharing, honesty, truth and helping others in need which promotes self control and inner discipline.  A pre-primary child cannot learn values or life skills, merely by listening about what is good or bad but through their own meaningful experiences designed purposefully for them.