Key points

  • The day children takes their first breathe, learning commences by playing and exploring in safe and inspiring environments.
  • Children’s key relationships – Parents, teachers & friends aid them learn communication, thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Children learn best by being involved in learning, actively engaging with the environment and constantly inspiring them to try several diverse activities.

About learning in the early years at Udayan Kidz

Babies are born ready to learn, and their brains mature through experiences. So, your child needs a stimulating environment and prospects with amply different ways to play and learn. Your child also needs opportunities to repeat, replicate and practise what they’re learning.
Babies and young children learn best when they have heartfelt, involved and responsive relationships with their key care-takers. So we play a vital role in helping your child learn during their early priceless years. We graciously embrace your tender child as first mother teacher and your child will keep learning & ignite from within before they step into higher section of schools.

Our critical analytics - How babies and young children learn

Your young child learns through everyday fun, frolic, play and exploration in a safe and stimulating environment in our prestigious pre-school.
Your child’s relationships with you, our facilitators and other family members -are the early childhood educators –shapes the foundation for your child’s healthy learning, grooming and development. Plenty of time spent playing and interacting with your child and other esteemed members of Udayan family help your child learn important skills they need for life to flourish & prosper– like communicating, thinking, problem-solving skills with unprecedented sensation of togetherness.

Your child learns best by actively engaging with their environment. This includes:

  • Observing things, watching faces and responding to voices
  • Listening to sounds, making sounds and singing
  • Exploring – for example, putting things in their mouth, shaking things and turning things around
  • Asking questions – for example, ‘But why?’
  • Experimenting with textures, objects and materials like water, dough, sand or dirt
  • Building things from objects like cardboard boxes or toy blocks
  • Doing things that stimulate their senses – touch, taste, smell, vision and hearing.

Your child also learns by being involved in their learning. This could be as simple as:

  • choosing right books to read under our abled mentorship
  • Pointing to pictures in books/ boards
  • Choosing objects and toys to play with
  • Picking out vegetables for breakfast, lunch or dinner
  • Measuring out flour for muffins/ level of water in the glass.

All children reap marvellous benefits from trying plenty of different activities. This instils in them versatile ways & infuses deep curiosity to learn, adapt, align and grow. We offer bountiful opportunities to practise what they’re learning. For example, it’s important for your child to have activities that are indoors and outdoors, physically active or quiet, free play or more structured, and so on.

Your child needs active support for learning. For example, your child might sometimes need demonstration what to do and how to do. We may not give them all the answers but scintillate them to find solutions. Allowing children to make mistakes and making them learn through mistakes is the foundation where the child can be groomed to be great learners. They are stimulated to find out for themselves how the world works is a big part of learning. With our ethos of Praise and encouragement  when your child tries hard, we keep them interested, inquisitive and help them feel good. It also encourages them to try again in the future. They start smelling the fragrance of Try, try, try until you succeed at this tender age.