Learning Through Play
Play helps young children to learn and develop their physical, social, emotional and intellectual skills
Early Child Development
Provide opportunities which will stimulate interest and imagination!
Early Language and Literacy
Developing language and literacy skills begins at birth through everyday interactions
Learning Through Play
Adventure Kids Nursery believes in the Philosophy of Learning through play. From day one, children are eager and determined to understand how the world works. They do this through play, using all the...
Early Year Foundation Stage
We are following the EYFS , British and Indian Curriculum aims to encompass the following important areas in child development: PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT...
Children with learning disabilities are as smart or smarter than their peers. But they may have difficulty reading, writing, spelling, reasoning, recalling We have well trained teachers to assist your child’s development…
Our Aim to Achieve
- Provide a safe and stimulating environment, where our children will feel happy and secure.
- Encourage the emotional, social, physical, creative and intellectual development of our children.
- Promote the welfare of our children.
- Encourage positive attitudes and develop confidence and self-esteem.
- Create opportunities for play.
- Provide opportunities which will stimulate interest and imagination.
- Extend our children’s abilities to communicate ideas and feelings.
Parents are encouraged to work with staff and become partners in their child’s education. We ensure that a close relationship is formed and maintained between home and the Nursery.
A child responds more effectively to a learning process that is achieved through play. Studies show that play boosts metabolism and energy expenditure therefore stimulating a child’s healthy physical growth. Physical activity that involves spontaneous and occasional bursts of energy is called active play. It can occur indoors or outdoors, alone or with family, with friends or with child educators...
Not all play is boisterous and physical. Just because children keep their mouths shut for periods of time does not mean that their learning processes also go on shut-down mode. In fact, adults by nature appreciate these times, for the oh, so obvious reason of keeping our sanity intact! Seriously and more importantly though, it is during these quiet times that the child is intently digesting things around their learning environment...
Play is associated with the development and intensification of creative skills. Children express themselves through play. Imaginary play happens when they create make-believe scenarios which they can act out verbally and/or physically. They engage in this type of play through the use of small toy figures, stuffed animals, dolls, puppets even dress-ups and props, just like being part of a dramatic presentation...