Infant (0 – 19 Months)
This is the most delicate stage in the child development, both physically and mentally. Therefore, it is important that a very close attention is provided to the kids of this age group. To achieve this a very low staff to children ratio is required during this period. This is also a fast growth phase, so the children in this group have very different needs. Some can walk, some can only stand, some babies sit and there are some who enjoy just lying on their back. But one thing is common thing among all the babies and that is observation. They all are keen observers of their surroundings. And if their surrounding is nourishing they benefit the most.
Toddler (20 – 36 Months)
The children in this age group are really quick learners, which is aided by their sharp memories and ability to associate. They are interested in games that can be played at individual level or with a partner. They also like to sing and dance. At this stage children also show keen interest in books and their environment.
Pre-School (3 – 4 Years)
This is a very interesting stage of development, because children of this stage are in the discovery mode. They ask lots of questions and start developing their own logics. They are more to take ownership of their action and creations.
Pre-Kinder (4 – 6 Years)
Children at this stage of life are much organized. Their learning is more streamlined and they start to make informed choices. They are also preparing themselves to launch into new phase of life at school.
Out of School Care (6 – 12 Years) – Only at UTLDC
Children at this stage are very independent and need age appropriate guidance to thrive.