Mind Sparkling curriculam for all the appropriate age group

Our early childhood education program is developed from the best and most modern teaching techniques used to educate young children.

The curriculum has been designed to cater to the different learning styles and multiple intelligences. The activities help to develop inquiring minds and healthy bodies. These include:

Sensorial activities:

We encourage children to use their senses to explore the world around them. Play-based learning activities such as dramatic play, creative play, sand and water play are used to provide maximum opportunities for sensorial explorations.

Numerical Concepts:

These are taught through a hands-on, practical approach so that fundamental concepts are properly understood.

Science and nature studies:

We provide children with an opportunity to make their own investigations and carry out simple experiments. This enables them to think and discover the world around them.

Creative activities:

We help our students develop their creative side through different art and craft, media, music and drama. Our creative activities give children a leeway to build important co-curricular connections between the arts and other curriculum components.

Music and Movement:  

The music program has been developed to create parallel opportunities for the development of language and interpersonal skills enhancing conceptual understanding and providing experiences in exploring rhythm, tempo and beat.

Physical development activities:

We understand that early childhood is the best period for the acquisition of fundamental movement skills. We create an environment where children can develop strength, balance, stamina and co-ordination. We use the world class equipment which are both exciting and stimulating for the child.


Underpinnings of The Curriculum:

Our programs are based on a dynamic model which has the following pivotal underpinnings:


Our programs are planned in a manner that are appropriate to children’s developmental abilities and support their physical, cognitive, social and emotional development.  Although we conduct extensive research in each area of development separately, all aspects of development are interrelated and therefore integrated within the curriculum.

Based On Brain Research:

Recent brain research has improved our understanding of how and when children learn best. The human brain is affected by experiences therefore children’s learning changes the physical structure of their brain. Every appropriate sensory motor experience that is provided to the child helps build brain connections.

Using this insight our curriculum provides different activities to practice new skills. The Curriculum facilitates in creating rich experiences and positive interactions which affect learning, attention, memory and behaviour in children.

Multiple Intelligences:

Dr. Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences suggests that the traditional notion of intelligence based on I.Q. testing is limited. Intelligence is not singular; multiple intelligences can be identified and described. Our curriculum has been designed to provide experiences that activate the various intelligences.


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