Learning through free play – the more you play, the more you learn.

A child grows every minute and learns something new every day as they explore and discover things about themselves and this wonderful world they are in. Here is how you can help them play and discover…

Physical Development

Healthy bodies pave the foundation - From walking to sitting up to running and more, these are the first skills that a child masters through repetitive play.

Fine motor skills: Clutching fingers and grasping hands today will be holding pencils and pens, spoons and forks and more at school and beyond.
Sensory skills: Bring the senses alive with a touch, a sound, a smell and a taste of all that a child handles and plays with. Let them light up the brain.
Gross motor skills: Enhance those skills as they roll over, sit, walk, run, and acquire physical skills that build a strong base.
Cognitive Development

Curiosity builds the mind, especially in the early years. Engaging young developing minds through play is the way to build and enhance curiosity and cognitive development.

Curiosity and discovery: Stimulate natural curiosity and the natural sense of wonder to let them explore and discover more through play.
Problem solving: How stuff works! Play teaches problem solving as they open up, put back together or just figure out challenges.
Imagination and creativity: Open up a world of possibilities. Play has endless possibilities and each one interprets it their way. Let them get creative.
Social and emotional development

For well adjusted, confident personalities Living in the real world and sharing and caring and resolving conflict in amicable ways that spur growth.

Listening: Hearing is basic, but to be able to listen and respond takes time and effort. Let them explore the world of sound and conversation through play.
Self-expression and confidence: Knowing yourself and then the world around you is learnt through play by yourself and with peers.
Security and happiness
Play makes children happy, especially when they succeed at what they attempt. From emotional connections to self-awareness and confidence, play contributes greatly to short term and long term development.