Every milestone of the child is a celebration for the parent- the first smile, the first word, the first uncertain step, and most of all the first day at school. We appreciate the importance of the role of parents in their child’s learning experience. Let your child walk into warm, caring and fun atmosphere where children can develop a lifetime love of learning. Situated on a beautiful campus away from the pollution and humdrum of city, Samhita provides plenty of space for children to learn, discover, explore and grow at our age-appropriate playground.

  • Interdisciplinary and integrated teaching organized around themes.
  • Integrating basic disciplines like English and Math and Art with the exploration of a broad subject.
  • Breaking down themes into developmentally age appropriate activities for all three levels of pre-primary.
  • Providing experiences for all the senses to see, hear, smell, touch and taste.
  • Giving hands on activities- games and puzzles.
  • Using music and language games to teach concepts.
  • Encompass all four language skills -LSRW (Listening > Speaking > Reading > Writing)
  • Stress on the ability to read which is vital to success in school.
  • a wide variety of activities designed to enhance vocabulary, letter recognition, knowledge of printed materials, outdoor play and exploration of art and science.
  • Use conversation as a way for children to acquire and develop language skills by giving opportunities to talk and share during circle time
  • Encourage storytelling, role plays, show & tell activities, rhymes, read aloud books.
  • Create awareness of patterns and sounds in language
  • Encourage children to express themselves and play with words.
  • Pre-math concept- Matching objects according to size , shape or colour, sorting.
  • Develop spatial awareness. And recognise , create and describe patterns.
  • Make Time concrete - Time - yesterday , today and tomorrow.
  • Explore Textures.
  • Gross and fine motor skills development.
  • Using play for developing strength and building muscles required for daily activities.
  • Creative thinking encouraged through free hand drawing.
  • Encourage interpretation of their art.
  • Invite 'why' and 'how' questions.
  • Encourage finding answers to questions.
  • Free play.
  • Helping them to identify simple emotions.
  • Teaching the importance of following classroom norms.
  • Facilitating sharing, helping and caring through group activities.
  • Provide experiences that nurtures core values such as kindness, friendship and compassion.
  • Develop knowledge and skills already attained at home.
  • Learn to socialize and interact with the outside world without the support of parents.
  • Assume new responsibilities such as completing their work and the things that they need to bring each day.
  • Learn to organise themselves and to prioritize important tasks.
  • Aimed at understanding how children think and learn.
  • Track progress, and further facilitate learning.
  • Ongoing, spontaneous and informal through planned activities that are integrated with the daily routines.
Caring Environment. Creative Education. Future Leaders.
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