Honey Tots programs features wide variety of fun activities — including singing, dancing, arts and crafts, storytelling, free play, and both indoor and outdoor games and projects — designed to teach children different skills. Children also learn academic basics such as counting and the alphabet.
To be a globally recognized educational institution that empowers kids to fly high by providing the safe, caring and fun filled learning environment that young children have at home.
We have designed classroom environment where young children can safely explore and learn with creativity, curiosity, and love for nature.
Our space is intelligently designed with interactive interiors with harmonious color schemes. Safe And Secured Transport Facility.
Our activities are based on creative and cognitive play. Exercises & Meditation for Physical Fitness.
We have toys for constructive and imaginative play, large and fine motor skill development, including special equipment for infants and toddlers.
The Nursery class is for children who are two and half years and above for the current school year. Typically three year olds love playing with other children and learning new things. They are inquisitive and they learn as they play by collecting information from the environment and then connecting it to what they already know and understand thus building basic concepts about their world. Three year olds use language, both receptive and expressive, to communicate with others. They ask questions, offer ideas, and begin to understand facial expressions. They are aware of feelings, their own and, often times, other people's feelings. This is an important time for the child to be socially active and grow in understanding and control of their emotions.
Teachers Care & Help Nursery Children To:
- Understand with increasing regularity what behaviors are expected and how to follow simple directions.
- Participate in coordinated play with other children and in group experiences.
- Respond to others children's feelings with caring behavior (empathy).
- Begin to attempt self-help skills such as toileting, hand washing, etc.
- Increase both their large and small motor skills.
- Sustain attention until they complete a simple activity despite distractions.
- Increase both receptive, (listening) and expressive, (speaking), language skills.
- Build vocabulary; and understand and enjoy stories/books.
- Have fun with other children and teachers as they learn through play.