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Adopting the Finland education framework, our Walkers program includes the building of creativity, language skills and concept knowledge alongside character and attitudes. Activities like construction and block-building, painting and drawing, outdoor and indoor gross motor play are coupled with dramatic play and dress-ups, puzzles, music, movement, singing and drama. Games, reading and story-telling also aid to promote social interactions and relationship skills development.

The Walkers program provides hands-on, play-based learning experiences. The children will develop fine and gross motoric skills through a range of physical play where they will develop muscular control and hand/eye coordination. Learning through play will build up their social skills, independence, and understanding and learning routines.

The result is an effective child-centric, skills-based learning framework that develops a child holistically. What you see in our centres, are children embarking on a personal odyssey of creative learning and character development. They become young maestros of their mind, acquiring intelligent thinking habits which accelerate their learning.

Language and Communication Development Skills

Responding and understanding some words, forming simple sentences, singing and responding to songs, rhymes and stories. 

Cognitive and Brain development

Engages in Pretend play, shows awareness of different objects, people and colours in the environment.

Self and Social Development abilities

Develops positive attitudes and confidence with adults as well as among peers. Displays social behaviour and able to express oneself with others

Higher-Order Learning

Children were simply not born to be mini-adults

Play is central to the daily routine of the infant program. Play creates opportunities and the context for infants to observe and learn about the world, promotes important skills in cognition, language, physical, social and emotional learning.

Learning is as natural and engaging as play. It is language in action – a connection of stories, music, and characters brought to life to capture the imagination of children. Kids learn best in safe, loving places where they can explore, in their own way. The activities for this age group are built around toddlers’ limitless curiosity and their natural desire to push boundaries.

How Finland Became The Best?

Activities help the children to develop behaviourally, cognitively, emotionally and socially.

Our theme-based curriculum is structured around child-centred themes through activities such as indoor and outdoor play, music, art and craft, hands-on pre-science activities, stories, speech, drama and snacks, as well as letters of the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colours.

Art activities

Walkers develop fine-motor skills, learn colors, shapes, and size relationships.

Block play

Working with many different concepts, such as shape, size, spatial relationships, balance, organization, cause & effect, & classification. Problem solving and creativity are also promoted in block play

Circle Time

Group time activities such as calendar, Weather Bear, counting, music, letters are designed to stimulate thinking, increase social skills and expand attention spans.

Dramatic Play activities

Allows children to act out different scenarios with props and costumes. A great way for children to practice life skills, develop social-interactions, build vocabulary and solve problems.

Fine motor activities

Small muscle development & coordination. Activities include puzzles, lacing beads, coloring with crayons, cutting with child scissors.

Large motor activities

Outdoor playgrounds and Big Muscle Room time allow waddlers an opportunity to use their muscles- biking, running, jumping, climbing and swinging.

Music activities

Kids love music and it promotes listening skills, creative expression and social skills. Children can explore sound, volume, tempo and rhythm.

Sand & Water Table

Messy play is important for young children, giving them endless ways to develop and learn. Sensory tables help develop and improve fine motor skills, and concentration. They use all their senses to discover and explore their environment.

Story time

Developing an appreciation and enjoyment for books. Reading increases vocabulary, comprehension skills and encourages them to use their imagination.

Developmental Areas

Language and Literacy Development

-Use one or two words to label objects and express needs and wants
-Build an understanding of words through interactions including reading books
-Imitate reading behaviors like turning pages and babbling while looking at pictures
-Explore writing with scribbles on paper

Executive Function

-Remember the location of objects like a specific toy
-Follow simple rules some of the time.
-Watch and imitate how others use objects or complete tasks
-Control impulses some of the time

Social and Emotional Development

-Show increased interest in interacting with familiar adults
-Show increased interest in interacting with other children
-Manage emotions independently or with the help of a familiar adult
-Notice when other children are upset and try to help them feel better

Physical Development and Wellness

-Learn to walk and start to run
-Play games that develop throwing and kicking skills
-Show an increasing ability to control their hands
-Start to communicate at mealtime using simple words

Creative Expression

-Create art using materials like crayons and clay
-Move creatively with other kids to learn body awareness and build social skills
-Enter the world of make believe with simple props like toy phones and puppets
-Interact with music through games and simple songs

How Finland Became The Best?

Literacy Emphasis

Students are introduced to age appropriate letter identification and receptive language development in addition to important emerging literacy skills fostered through handling books, listening to stories and a healthy dose of music, movement and theater.

The literacy materials allow young children to read and write at an early age, starting with basic letter sounds and progressing to grammar and non-phonetical reading and writing skills.

The phonetic approach adopted in the classroom offers children a tactile, visual and auditory experience which develops into a strong literacy foundation for the child. books lay the foundation for a love of reading. They also help children to develop listening skills, expand language, and foster creativity.

Practical Skills, Cognitive and Sensorial Skills

We enhance each child’s motor skills and cognitive abilities through finger plays, learning and singing new songs, and activities such as waving, clapping, peek-a-boo, and sign language. Sensory skills are developed through art projects like finger painting and making foot and handprints; and by playing with different textures like cool whip, water and soap, pudding, and yogurt.

Children learn to communicate and interact with other children, develop basic etiquettes like greetings, sharing food and toys, acquire practical skills such as eating, cleaning and dressing up independently. The program also incorporates many aspects of practical life skills such as handling cutleries, table manners as well as be responsible and respect the cleanliness of the common areas.


Long term play, creativity and imagination.


Freedom to experiment, move, build and fail.


Inquiry-based learning as a key method.


Encouragement to interaction and self-expression.


Emphasis on arts, crafts, music and sports.


Culture of compassion: social and emotional skills.