A baby in his pram clenches and unclenches his fists to prepare himself to pull himself up. A child also practices life skills that he will need later. Most of this preparation can be seen in his play and activities. For example, a child becomes absorbed with games such as jigsaws and interlocking bricks requiring the same type of manual dexterity that he will need when he tries to use a pencil.
In the light of the above, it is no wonder that all students enjoy a number of activities that enable them to gain a sense of self-sufficiency and self-contentment. The numerous activities are pursued by students under the able guidance of trained staff members.
- Computer aided learning of interactive games & puzzle.
- Art & craft.
- Indian dance & music.
- Western dance & music.
- Aerobics, Yoga & martial art, taekwondo.
- Physical Eeducation.
- Clay Modeling.
- Story Telling.
- Organized Games.
- Floral display and Photography.
- Mask Making & More.