Mother Mary’s toddler program is designed to help the child transition from home to school. It assists the child in getting accustomed to a structured, stimulating environment of learning and play. This program is the foundation that understands the child. It builds on his/her skill sets and works towards crafting play and learning that will enhance his/her growth.

At this age, the child relies on his/her sensory grasp of the immediate surroundings. The toddler program is designed around weekly and monthly themes based on real sensory experiences that the child can identify, relate with and understand. The teachers take the child through a journey of singing, dancing, play and body movements; thereby inducing learning within the familiar environment of play.

The themes develop the child’s cognitive functions, grasping power, motor and social skills and builds his/her confidence and self-esteem. Extra-curricular activities such as sing-alongs, art and craft, plays and puppet shows, ensure that the child explores his/her creativity, too.

Key Areas Covered in Toddlers Curriculum

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    Learning with art, music and play
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    • Building communication and social skills

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    Encouraging positive peer interaction
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    Sensorial and cognitive development
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    Developing Language Skills
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    Stimulating fine and gross motor co-ordination skills