Experiencing Balance and Motion

Our current unit of inquiry is bout ‘Balance and Motion’. To facilitate experiential learning, we set up an obstacle course for kids to play, have fun and also learn about balance through their bodies. They learn the vocabulary associated with how many ways we can move. E.g., spin, rotate, slide, oscillate, to and fro, etc. […]

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Making them a performer

Performing on the stage, in front of people requires a lot of guts and confidence. Providing opportunities to kids from the very beginning to perform and present their talents in front of people and on stage helps in building their confidence and also boosts the child’s self-esteem. Parents and teachers can play a very important […]

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Letting children develop ‘Self-discipline’

One of the best ways to let children develop their self-discipline is by giving them unstructured free play time. The fundamental requirement for self-discipline is to be able to listen to the inner voice that tells you what to do. When kids are playing, they are developing that voice in them that directs them. This […]

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Self Expression – Drawing

PP2 has a unit on ‘How to express ourselves’. Expressing oneself through drawing/art is every child’s favorite activity. Learners enjoy to explore their interests, this helps them think creatively.The teachers always record the learner’s reflection. Taking reflections creates wonderful discussions, it is a learning experience for us teachers. Instead of giving instructions on how to […]

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