Play grp & Nursery

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The Kinnari playschool is an extention of our home. "The House of Children" as we call it. Ours is the first step for children to develop their abilities. For this we provide a stimulating environment that allows the child the freedom to act spontaneously and are motivated to further their perception all the time. The special environment prepared in our house of children enhances the child's desire to learn. One of the fundamental point in our method of education is limiting the help of the adult so as not to harm the child and arrest her development.

From the very begining children must be encouraged to see colours, shapes, listen to interesting music, sounds, hear encouraging and soothing voices, move their limbs and bodies, feel different textures and surfaces, be aware of varied tastes and smells. For this our school provides all the necessary tools and aims at holistic development

Man is guilty of many errors. But our worst crime is ignoring the children. It is like neglecting the fountain of life. Many of the things an adult needs can wait. The child cannot. To him we cannot say tomorrow. HIS NAME IS TODAY.


  1. Encouragement of overall development.
  2. No set goal or stress on performance.
  3. Learning at an optimum level.
  4. Widen parenting horizons.
  5. Practical and integrated approach which aims at holistic development.
  6. Develop full intellectual capacity to be able to adjust socially, emotionally, culturally, creatively and also grow up physically strong and happy.

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We believe in :

  1. Child centred learning and not teacher centred learning.
  2. Cognitive learning and total development.
  3. Planned environment that provides self discipline and not teacher instilled discipline.
  4. Concrete learning not to abstract learning.
  5. Child centred learning and not teacher centred learning.
  6. Cognitive learning and total development.
  7. Planned environment that provides self discipline and not teacher instilled discipline.
  8. Concrete learning not to abstract learning.


All our innovations on 'NEW EDUCATION' can be summed up in one line. "Grooming the children really means inculcating a sense of the self in the child".

  1. Practical Exercises - Fine motor skills
  2. Sensory Exercises
  3. Language and Communication
  4. Social and Emotional
  5. Cognitive
  6. Physical Exercises - Gross motor skills
  7. Field trips and Child's projects

Practical exercises help in hand and eye co-ordination and helps the children to achieve mastery of their movements.
Some of the exercises are :
  1. Folding Napkins
  2. Pouring and Washing Activities
  3. Sorting and Sieve Activities
Everything in the classroom is for touching and exploring - helps in the refinement of all the senses.
Activities based on :
  1. Hearing
  2. Smelling
  3. Tasting
  4. Seeing (dimension, clolour, etc)
  5. Touching
  6. Art and Craft
Helps in each child's comfort with communicating and expressing ideas.
The Activities are :
  1. Vocabulary games
  2. Stories
  3. Picture Talk
  4. Informal Talk
  5. Speech and Drama
Social and Emotional skills is an important focus in a child's development.
We try and help through :
  1. Music and Movement
  2. Action songs
  3. Festivals and Celebrations
  4. Daily Chores and Routines - active participation of the child.
It is an important demand of development - using tangible objects to represent abstract ideas.
Children are given the following :
  1. Concrete materials used to develop concept of quantity
  2. Sequencing, puzzles, matching, etc
  3. Building materials
Structured programmes of movement and physical mastery of motion
Activities include :
  1. Running, Exercising, Stretching, etc
  2. Swinging, Balancing, Climbing, etc
  3. Nature walk, Cycling, Crawling, Rocking, etc
  1. Field trips help the adults to develop a rapport with the child and thereby make her independent
  2. Child's Project in the form of scrap books to show child's work at school