Child Care
::Program Statement:: 

Wee Learn Ltd. day care centre follows an integrated and updated Early Childhood Care and Development program. It fosters greater intelligence by nurturing brain growth at age-appropriate phases.

We stress on our curriculum involving the following significant developments:

  1. Fine motor- Fine motor skills are essential for performing everyday skills. Fine motor skills involve the use of the smaller muscle of the hands, commonly in activities like using pencils, construction with lego & puzzles or doing up buttons, tying shoelaces and using cutlery and opening lunch boxes.

  1. Gross motor- Gross motor skills are important to enable children to perform every day functions, such as walking and running, playground skills (e.g. climbing) and sporting skills (e.g. catching, throwing and hitting a ball with a bat)and sitting upright at the table. These are crucial for everyday self care skills like dressing (where you need to be able to stand on one leg to put your leg into a pant leg without falling over) and climbing into and out of a car or even getting into and out of bed. They also includes eye-hand coordination skills such as ball skills (throwing, catching, kicking) as well as riding a bike or a scooter and swimming.

        3. Language- When we talk about communication we are talking about both speech which is the verbal means of communication and language which is using shared rules to put words together to express thoughts and feelings as well has to understand the meaning of language through both spoken and written communication.  Knowledge of language development in children improves their ability to interact with their child to stimulate and guide them in their ability to understand and communicate with their environment mostly through self expression, rereading, creative expression ( repetition of child action leading to discussion, story telling books or imaginative stories, rhymes ).4. Social- Socialization is a learning – teaching process that including activities like  manners, cooperation, self-help ( food preparation and clean up, music game, group play). When successful, this results in the transition from its infant state of helpless but total egocentricity to its ideal adult state of sensible conformity together with independent creativity.

       4. Cognitive- Young children's play becomes increasingly imaginary and filled with fantasies with age. As children develop cognitively, their play will move from simple make-believe to plots involving more characters and scenarios, games with sophisticated rules, etc.

       5. Playing isn't just fun; it is an important part of brain development through activities such as language, reading, writing, rereading (Puzzles, colour game, picture book).

      6. Creative- Our nurturing and trained teachers involve the children in daily preferred activities which are important in developing their social skills, language development, imagination, cooperation, manners.

We stress on the expansion of the creative skills in the areas of literacy, math, science, music, art and language development.