A playschool is a place where a child is exposed to the outside world for the first time in his life. It is therefore essential for a playschool to ensure that the environment is safe, clean and comfortable for the child.

It is very important for a playschool to have well-qualified, empathetic and dedicated staff who understand how crucial it is to adapt and modify the teaching learning experience so it is most effective and efficient.

Social skills, communication, emotional abilities, cognitive skills (rational thinking) and physical skills are developed and enhanced at this stage.

Basic prerequisites for a playschool include child friendly classrooms, a variety of toys or game materials, safe and hygienic play areas and empathetic teachers. Systematic and structured playschool experiences can change a child’s developmental trajectory and improve outcomes across developmental domains, including health, language and communication, cognitive, and social/emotional development for children.

Unfortunately, Special Needs children are robbed of the learning opportunities that typical children have. So, it is up to us to create and provide the children with opportunities in their early years.

The Playschool provides all of this, and more, in a fun and joyful manner.

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Early Intervention Centre   |   Course for Parents