Cirriculum

ECE Early Childhood Education

ECE is a child oriented programme that follows the play way and activity approach and aim at providing a stimulating play environment for intellectual, language, social, emotional and physical development of the child. The approach and methodology is practiced for activities in the following domains of development

Physical & Motor Development

The best way to bring up children is by letting them be themselves. The colorful, child friendly, spacious environment of Tiny Fingers Play School gives opportunity to children to play, run around and enjoy their childhood. Activities like aerobics help the health of mind and body. Gross and fine motor skills are developed through special aids and tools.

Cogaitive Development

The IQ of a child just doesn't depend on the genes alone, but the opportunities he/she gets to use his mind. Children are given opportunities to learn how to be analytical so that they can successfully deal with life situations. Special emphasis is laid on skills like development of senses, puzzle and tower making, problem solving, etc.

Language Development

What good is knowledge that cannot be expressed! Novel rhymes, innovative ways of storytelling, picture reading, gripping dramatization, opportunities and encouragement for free and structured conversation enhance the communication and presentation skills of our children.

Socio - Emotional Development

The most important ingredient in the recipe of success is the ability to get along with people and the society. Tiny Fingers play school provides the right kind of peer group which forms the learning ground for the child about right behaviour, friendship, sharing.

Confidence, leadership quality, sense of independence, care towards environment, society and respect for traditional values is instilled through celebration of events, stage exposure, nature walks and role plays, and many other ways.

Development Of Creative Expression

Each child has inborn creativity. All we need to do is give them encouragement and opportunities. We provide children with a stimulating environment where they can discover their talents like dancing, art and craft, music, clay molding etc.

Age group: 6 months - 1 1/2 year

Child Development Professional: Child ratio is 1:3 and full time nurses on duty.

The Tiny Fingers infant child care program is designed to provide a safe, secure, healthy and welcoming environment where your baby can thrive and grow from a bundle of joy to a bundle of curiosity. Each teacher who is the primary care giver for your little one is a nurturing child development professional who is responsible for your baby's formative times - those critical one-to-one moments of love, care, play and communication.

Our infant care program has developmental and age appropriate curriculum that invites exploration celebrates each important milestone and supports the transition from the sensory motor world of infancy to the increasingly social and self-directed world of toddlers.

Tiny Fingers play school has the child care space and learning ecosystem that helps your tiny tots:

  • Explore a rich sensory environment filled with different experiences of sights, sounds, textures and sensations.
  • Develop fine motor skills and environment to grow, roll over and pull up, crawl and step out into the world.
  • Develop a sense of community that helps your child form relationships that foster a sense of security and trust.
  • Explore the world with well structured learning zones and materials which spark curiosity and provide different experiences.
Age group: 1 1/2 year to 2 1/2 year

Teacher Child ratio - 1:5

The Tiny Fingers Play Group Program curriculum is based on experiential and social learning and helps your child learn in a fun filled space through different activities.

The Curriculum includes:

  • Social Development
    • Songs & Rhymes
    • Language Development
  • Creative Activities
  • Motor Skills Development
    • Dance and Movements
    • Colour and Shape Recognition
  • Fun & Play (Indoor & Outdoor)
The age and developmentally appropriate activity based Toddler program helps your child by:
  • Identifying the developmental and learning needs of your child aged 12 months to 18 months.
  • Providing developmental and age appropriate activities.
  • Providing learning zones that help develop linguistic, logical-mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalistic skills.
  • Introducing spaces like home zones (Language, Math and Art), outdoor zones, role play, block zone and nature zones and help the child to be prepared for life outside preparatory school.
Play Group Daily routine
  • Arrival activity
  • Breakfast
  • Outdoor play
  • Circle time
  • Exploration time
  • Lunch
  • Diaper change
  • Nap time
  • Free play/ freshen up
  • Snacks time
  • Diaper change
  • Evening circle time
  • Outdoor play
  • Story time
  • Video time
  • Free play and getting ready for departure
Age group: 2 1/2 year to 3 1/2 year

Teacher Child ratio - 1:5

The Tiny Fingers Pre-school program helps bridge the transition between the established elementary knowledge attained during the Infant and Toddler programs and advanced learning abilities. The Pre-school program focus is on building on the language ability, logical reasoning numeric ability and scientific thought. Children are divided into small differentiated groups based on learning abilities and the focus is on promoting focused and accelerated learning.

The Curriculum includes:

  • Memory Skills
    • Motor Skills & Muscular Co-ordination
    • Pattern & Shape Recognition
  • Field Trips based on Themes
  • Self-help Skills
    • Team Games
    • Creative Activities
  • Constructive & Free Play (Indoor & Outdoor)

The learning ecosystem is divided into different learning zones. These zones provide experiences that focus on developing all the skills and preparing for future academic success and holistic growth.

Pre-School Daily routine

Schooling

  • Arrival Activity
  • Routine Circle time
  • Concept Introduction
  • Exploring the learning centres – Language, Math, Art, Role play, Block, Discovery (Sand & Water, Sensory, Nature)
  • Story Time / Music & Movement / Puppet Show/ Creative Art / Outdoor
  • Lunch
Daycare
  • Nap time
  • Freshen up
  • Outdoor
  • Video time
  • Free play and getting ready for departure
Age group: 3 1/2 year to 4 1/2 year

Teacher child ratio - 1:10

Tiny Fingers Kindergarten Jr.K.G program focuses on all round development of a child. Here the curriculum revolves around five pillars of development: Being Literate, Being Numerate, Being Expressive, Being Healthy and Being Knowledgeable. Being Literate not only includes learning language and writing but also communicating. Being numerate includes Math as well as problem solving skills and cognitive development. At Tiny Fingers we encourage children to express themselves through different media be it dance, music, art.

Jr.K.G Daily routine

Schooling

  • Arrival Activity
  • Routine Circle time
  • Concept Introduction
  • Exploring the learning centres – Language, Math, Art, Role play, Block, Discovery (Sand & Water, Sensory, Nature)
  • Story Time/Music & Movement/Puppet Show/Creative Art/Outdoor
  • Lunch
Daycare
  • Nap time
  • Freshen up
  • Outdoor
  • Video time
  • Free play and getting ready for departure
Age group: 4 1/2 year to 5 1/2 year

Teacher Child ratio - 1:15

The Tiny Fingers Kindergarten Sr.K.G program is an extension of our pre-school program and is designed to give children a strong foundation in the skills and academic excellence that will be needed to enter regular school. Our Sr.K.G program treats children as unique individuals and helps develop their physical, personal, social, emotional skills; literature and language skills; logical-mathematical skills; creative and expressive skills; and knowledge and understanding of the world. Our hands-on approach allows each child to explore and develop through curriculum that uses literature, music, dramatic play, math, science, reading skills and field trips to meet our five frameworks of learning – Being Literate, Being Numerate, Being Knowledgeable, Being Healthy and Being Expressive.

Sr.K.G Daily routine

Schooling

  • Arrival Activity
  • Routine Circle time
  • Concept Introduction
  • Exploring the learning centres – Language, Math, Art, Role play, Block, Discovery (Sand & Water, Sensory, Nature)
  • Story Time/Music & Movement/Puppet Show/Creative Art/Outdoor
  • Lunch
Daycare
  • Nap time
  • Freshen up
  • Outdoor
  • Video time
  • Free play and getting ready for departure
Age group: 1 years to 10 years

Teacher Child ratio - 1:15

Full/Extended Day Care

Tiny Fingers play school provides full day care program for children between the age group of 1 to 10.

The program schedule includes schooling in the morning till 12 and Art, Craft, Dance, Yoga etc in the afternoon program.

The full day care program has been designed to provide a facility for parents who like to see their child be comfortable and sa

e, while they are at their workplaces. It allows mothers to return to their workplaces without compromising on the quality of care and love their little ones get. We at Tiny Fingers strive to ensure that we gave a safe, healthy and nurturing space for children to learn and grow.

Emergency Day Care

Emergency Day Care (9am-6pm) is available only for parents who are registered for the service. Please contact the center for details.

Parent provide the food, and we have a microwave, where the food will be heated and the children will be fed. 1.00 - 3.00 PM is nap time. Parents can provide pillows and blankets as requested, which will be sent home to be cleaned every friday. Children in day care program parents can send 5 sets of clothes on monday morning.

At Tiny Fingers we provide
  • A hygienic, safe and secure environment for your little ones
  • Inculcate good manners,
  • Eating etiquette etc.,
  • Potty training activities.
  • Enhancing gross and fine motor skills
  • Intellectual stimulation for brain growth
  • Language skills
  • Emotional and social development
  • Activities for sensory development

AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY

At Tiny Fingers, we greet 'After schoolers' with a smile and offer them with all they require after their day at school. Our programme offers a range of opportunities for creative exploration, outdoor and indoor free play, along with a variety of hands-on activities.

When you are part of the fun you are a part of the learning too. By play we help in building your child's foundation of social skills, cognitive development, physical ability and self-esteem.

Children are also offered time and assistance to work on homework with guidance from our caring staff, so you can have quality time with them at home.

There is no doubt that this program will be a boon to office going parents, who want their wards to spend some time at a place where they can play and learn as well, after their school hours.

There will also be support activities like sharing stories, Karate, Spoken English, Drawing, Dancing, Singing, Art, Craft, Parachute, Bubbles, Structured Outdoor Play, Computers and lots more, children are sure to be free to explore and create.

Summer Camps and many others. Stay cool this hot summer with exciting camps at Tiny Fingers for memories that last a life time. Please check with the Branch concerned for Specific details regarding the ongoing Programs.

E -Learning

Tiny Fingers play group/evening activity announces the launch of a unique computer based E-Learning program for your children. This program is created for children aged 5 to 10 yrs, it aimed at giving basic exposure to computers, access to a variety of educational CD ROMs, ability to browse and learn from the internet, and access interactive e-learning materials which exposes children to interesting subjects like Science, Environmental studies, Math so children will be learning subjects taught at school in a fun interactive way.

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