Early childhood is a time of wonder, openness and insatiable curiosity. Our integrated curriculum strives to develop a sense of excitement, discovery and joy of learning amongst the children. Children are invited to explore and develop freely under the reassuring and confident care of their teachers in a safe, dynamic and nurturing environment.
At Toddlers Ashiana we make an early beginning in cultivating the core values of confidence, courage, competence, creativity, courtesy, compassion and commitment for lifelong success and happiness. Ingrained in Ashiana’s philosophy, is the inclusion of holistic and enriching activities which stimulate children and allow them to learn while exploring creative outlets that will help them progress in the future and have a stronger foundation.


At Toddlers Ashiana teaching program and activities revolve around seven domains of child development involving:

  • Creativity
  • Cognitive
  • Language
  • Social emotional
  • Personal Awareness
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills


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When we consider the essential skills that children need to succeed in life, we think of basic things like speaking, reading, counting, writing, etc. But, we often forget about creativity. Children are inborn innovators with vivid imaginations and a unique manner of self expression. From a very early age, children exercise the capacity to challenge, question and discover. In pursuit of new ideas, they keep their minds and hearts open, experiment with ideas and build connections. Kids have the ability see things in a new perspective, catch a problem that nobody can think it even exists and arrive at an unusual, yet effective decision to solve it. Every child is born creative and imaginative, but this capacity can be restrained, if kids have no space to behave imaginatively and release their creative energy. They need opportunities and materials that give creative experiences. We at Toddlers Ashiana provide just this by encouraging children to try out new things and ideas which is a crucial factor in their intellectual, physical and emotional growth.


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Language is an important skill that allows a person to communicate. A child begins to develop language even before she can use words, as seen by a baby who cries to get his/her needs met. Developing language skills is of absolute importance for young children’s success later in life both as social beings and in pursuing an education. Good language skills help your preschooler adjust to social dynamics, and prepare her for school and reading. The ability to express emotions through language helps your preschooler cope with the frustrations of life. And of course, preschoolers are infamous storytellers, due in part to blossoming language skills. We at Toddlers Ashiana include a variety of developmentally appropriate materials, including books, toys, and games, that support language growth.

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Cognitive development provides children with the means of paying attention to thinking about the world around them. ... Cognitive development encompasses a child's working memory, attention, as well as a child's ability to manage and respond to the experiences and information they experience on a daily basis. A child’s cognitive development during early childhood, which includes building skills such as pre-reading, language, vocabulary, and numeracy, begins from the moment a child is born. We believe Preschool is a time of rapid growth where playtime is much more than play – it’s essential for cognitive development in early childhood. Playtime teaches preschoolers how to interact with peers, solve problems, and control their actions to be successful while playing within the rules of a game.

Fine Motor Skills
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Fine motor skills are those that involve a refined use of the small muscles which control the hand, fingers and thumb. With the development of these skills, a child is able to complete important tasks such as writing, feeding oneself, buttoning and zippering. Without the ability to complete these everyday tasks, a child's self esteem can suffer, their academic performance is compromised and their play options are very limited. We understand that mastery of these skills does take time. We encourage daily usage of the fingers, wrists, and eye coordination that help enhance young children’s fine motor development.

Gross Motor Skills
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Movement is a very important facet of all aspects of a child's development. The skills children need for optimum gross motor development include rolling, reaching, sitting, crawling, walking, climbing, balancing, running, jumping, catching, throwing and striking. Gross motor skills are important to enable children to perform every day functions. Developing these skills helps a child’s ability to do more complex skills in future activities. We help children work on gross motor skills to gain strength and confidence their body. It also helps them get exercise and physical activity, which is important for a healthy lifestyle.

Social emotional
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Social and emotional development involves more than just expressing ones feelings and emotions. It includes learning to take turns, becoming independent, following routines, interacting more with peers, controlling emotions, engaging in meaningful relationships with others, and developing a positive self-image. Children as young as 18 months exhibit compassion, empathy and altruism. We encourage children to work/play in a group, nurture kindness, teach them the manage conflict with peer mediation and familiarize them with role-play.

Personal Awareness

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Self-awareness is a skill that helps your child tune in to his/her feelings, thoughts and actions. It is the thinking skill that focuses on a child's ability to accurately judge their own performance and behaviour and to respond appropriately to different social situations. We at Toddlers Ashiana show children what feelings and emotions look like on posters, help them to identify different feelings and emotions. We help children recognize their strengths and work on their weaknesses after identifying them.