Our Curriculum uses exploration and discovery as a way of learning and enables children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills. It addresses all the important areas of learning, from social-emotional and math to technology and the arts, and incorporates them throughout every part of the day. We follow the NCERT syllabus as prescribed by the CBSE board.

Children has the ability to explore the world around them as soon as they are born. At Little Stars Play School, the play group curriculum enables children to continue their exploration.

Early experiences in the first few years of life are critical for acquisition of skills as maximum brain development happens during this period.

The objective of the program is to nurture the child’s development by learning and practicing child development through a scientific approach. This program will develop their social, aesthetic and motor skills. This program helps infants and toddlers develop their latent language and math skills through the Play way method.

Play Group Curriculum

  • Learning by exploration
  • Building communication skills
  • Encouraging positive interaction
  • Theme based Concept Time
  • Number Work
  • Language Skill (Rhymes & Story Telling)
  • Fine and gross motor development
  • Logical Thinking
  • STEM Learning
  • Beyond Academics

  • Dance
  • Bhajan
  • Yoga / Exercise
  • Water Play
  • Sand Play
  • Academics

      1. Language Skill
      Phonics Awareness

      Research proves that a multi sensory approach to learning phonics enables toddlers to better absorb information while having fun.

      Habitat Sorting

      While sorting animals by habitat, the toddler is observing , comparing and thinking power is developed.

      2. Logical thinking
      Magnetic Vs Non Magnetic

      Have fun learning about properties of different objects. Exposure to science at young age boosts brain development.

      Shape sorting

      Finding hidden shapes and matching works on problem solving and shape recognition.

      Colour sorting

      Refines fine motor skills and works on colour recognition. Sorting and Classifying are two amazing math skills to do at an early age.

      3. Fine motor skill development
      Rescue insects with tongs

      Working with tongs is perfect exercise for little hands. It helps to develop strategic thinking and problem solving.

      Dropper painting

      A fun and creative approach to painting , while building fine motor skills and experiment about color mixing.

      Scooping Toys

      Scooping works on hand eye co ordination and balance. Easy to set up and will keep them occupied for hours.

      4. STEM Learning
      Colour mixing experiment

      Mixing colour is basically toddler magic ! Red can become orange? Blue can become Green? Science nurtures childhood curiosity.

      Sink Vs Float

      Gather household items to see if they float or sink. This builds observation skills and encourages to think critically.

      Baking Soda Vs Vinegar explosion

      A science experiment that works on independent play, trial and error, fine motor skills and so much more.

      5. Library Time
      6. Celebration of festivals and special days
      7. Field Trips
      8. Puppet shows and skit
      9. Celebration of all festivals
      10. Every month a Theme based activities will be conducted