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Programs

Parent-Toddler Program 9 - 18 months

This is an experiential program for new parents, who need to understand their child's curiosities, growth & development, along with the child’s health & hygiene requirements. Therefore, the activities are designed based on the developmental needs of the toddlers. The carefully planned activities aim to enhance nutritional habits, health and fitness of the parents, as well as ensure great bonding with the toddler.

Focus Area

Cognitive, Curiosity, Personal, Social and Emotional.

Skill Area

Communication, Creativity, Empathy.

Academic Interventions

Experiential Learning, Design Thinking, Yoga, Physical, Conceptual.

Daycare

Mahara Daycare facilities are provided at an additional cost to the students enrolled for any of the above programs and school going children up to 6 years of age. They will be engaged in activities according to their learning levels. Toddlers will also have a nap time in the exquisitely designed sleeping bay area. The parents can avail daycare opportunity as per their need between 9am - 6pm. Mahara offers daycare programs on an hourly basis, full-time basis and a weekend care program.

At this learning level, children need to fall in love with learning and the environment around them, which includes people. Mahara Play school Facilitators help children explore the world around them and get them to love themselves, people around them and get accustomed to the new learning space. They need simple books, pictures, puzzles, music, and time and space for active play such as jumping, running, and dancing. Toddlers learn by experiencing the environment through their senses (senses, hearing, tasting, smelling, and feeling), by physically moving around, and by being among socially responsive adults.

Focus Area

Investigation, Exploration, Enquiry, Personal, Social & Emotional skills development, Cognitive

Skill Area

Language, Manipulatives, Creativity, Curiosity and Understanding the World

Academic Interventions

Language and Communication, Manipulatives and Numeracy, Thematic Intervention, Experiential Learning, Solitary and Group Play, Global Sustainability, Arts, Storytelling, Music, Yoga

At this level, a child starts enjoying the learning process and gets socially comfortable too. They love to talk and listen, but they also need activity and movement, with significant emphasis on large-muscle activity. They enjoy dramatic play, wheel toys and climbers, puzzles and blocks, and opportunities to talk and listen to simple stories. They must be valued as individuals and where their need for attention, approval, and affection are supported.

Focus Area

Language Skills, Numeration, Experiential learning, Global Sustainability, Cognitive

Skill Area

Inquiry, Investigation, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Emotional and Social Skills

Academic Interventions

Literacy Skills, Expression, Global Sustainability, Manipulative & Numerical Skills, Roleplay, Celebrations, Arts, Storytelling, Yoga, Music and Movement

The curious children at this age, enjoy a greater variety of experiences and more small-motor activities such as using a pair of scissors, doing artwork, playing with manipulative objects like puzzles, and cooking. They are more able to concentrate and remember as well as recognise objects by shape, colour, or size. Four-year-olds are developing an understanding of basic mathematical concepts and problem-solving skills.

Focus Area

Social Skills, Sensorial Exploration, Inquiry, Investigation and Global Sutainability, Cognitive

Skill Area

Mindfullness, Sensorial, Inquiry, Language Skills,Environmental and emotional Skills with Ethics, H.O.T. (Higher order thinking), Observation.

Academic Interventions

Literacy, Numeration, Understanding the World, Enabling Environments, Art & Expression, Global Sustainability

This level prepares a learner to get habituated to real-life experiences and be a play scholar with essential Habits of Mind. Five-year-olds are developing an interest in the community and the world outside their own, and enjoy special events and trips. At this level of learning the children demonstrate considerable verbal ability, and develop concepts and problem- solving skills based on these experiences. The child, after completing this level, is ready to start Primary Schooling.

Focus Area

Social Skills, Sensorial Exploration, Inquiry, Investigation and Global Sutainability, Cognitive

Skill Area

Mindfullness, Sensorial, Inquiry, Language Skills,Environmental and emotional Skills with Ethics, H.O.T. (Higher order thinking), Observation.

Academic Interventions

Literacy, Numeration, Understanding the World, Enabling Environments, Art & Expression, Global Sustainability

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