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Learning at Edustart is child-centered, high interest, in which much of the learning of skills and concepts ( ABC’s and 123’s) is accomplished within a reason for learning. Explorations lead from one problem solving and research opportunity to the next naturally. Creating excitement and joy in the learning process for both children and teachers.

We want our children to feel confident and self-motivated. The school’s environment helps them to be perceptive and aware of others and their needs. All the disciplines are tied together in complementary ways. Toys and other developmentally appropriate learning materials are laid out in the classroom so a child can experience learning in smaller groups.

Work options include books, puzzle games, art projects, toys that test spatial relations, and more. When they're done, children put their work back on the shelves and move on to something else. The daily schedule allows time for children to interact and explore in groups. Teachers work with children as a group and one on one, but most of the interaction is among the children.


  • Practical life — Children learn how to independently handle their personal belongings, prepare their own snacks / drinks and become responsible for their surroundings in class.

  • Sensory awareness education — Exercises make sure children use all five senses to learn. For example, a child studying about monsoons experiment with steam and water. 

  • Language skills — Children are encouraged to express themselves verbally and are taught to trace and recognize letters as a precursor to learning reading, grammar, and handwriting skills (age appropriately). Language skills are developed by the use of songs, phonetics, sentence building, and reinforcing vocabulary.

  • Field trips: undertaken to bring about an understanding of the world around them.

  • Physical Skills: developed through play and our gym time that helps in the development of large motor skills, balancing, climbing, agility and coordination skills.

  • Music:  we believe music has remarkable effect on the child’s mental abilities and helps calm the child. The songs done in class also help in increasing their vocabulary.

  • Mathematics and geometry — Children learn about numbers and shapes through hands-on techniques using concrete materials, such as beads, blocks and other everyday objects.

  • Cultural subjects — Children learn about national and religious festivals through the in house celebrations.

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