A child from the lap of a mother comes to our school which provides the child with an environment where the child is allowed to freely express herself than being repressed.
At the tender age nature is the biggest source of learning and is utilized to allow the child to bloom.
The child at this stage acquires knowledge through sensory experiences and by manipulating objects. The child learns that objects have an existence of their own outside of individual perception; children are then able to begin to attach names and words to objects. The focus is on experience and exploration at this level.
No formal subject segregation occurs at this level. The child is exposed to environment, basic habits like eating habits, learning new words (vocabulary development).
Sports, dance, music, visits to playroom and swings are regular activities for Toddlers.