class age: 18 months to 3 years old. Kids above 3 years old are ok to join subject to class available.


Benefits/Importance of our lessons

Peer Interaction: Positive peer relationships make critical contributions to healthy social emotional development. Peer interaction serves as the foundation for many important aspects of emotional development such as the development of self-concept, self-esteem and identity. Children learn about themselves during interactions with each other and use this information to form a sense of their own selves – who they are.

Spacial Awareness: Space awareness is the knowledge of how much space the body occupies and how to use the body in space. Children learn that they have their own personal space as well as the general space available around them and the restricted space in which they may move. They also learn their body can take on different shapes as it assumes different positions, can travel in different levels in relation to the ground, and can follow various pathways as it moves through space.

Identify Different Parts of the Body: Pointing to and eventually naming body parts will help your child reach an important language development milestone. Plus, simply repeating the names of the body parts you’re teaching helps him understand where his own mouth is, even if he can’t yet say “mouth.”

Hand-Eye Coordination: Hand-eye coordination is one of the most important parts of the learning process. It helps your child track the movements of their hands with their eyes, which is essential for reading and decoding.