Kids@Play, the unique Rhythms Kinderworld programme imbues in two year olds a love for learning, problem solving and experimentation through experiences –novel and exciting for children. Incorporating spontaneous play, in all its many manifestations and diversities in this program , it further stimulates discovery, inquisitiveness and concept learning.
Considering the fact that two years of age is too young to expose children to formally assessed, ‘school’ curriculum environments, it brings forward a curriculum and pedagogy which favours a nurturing, supportive and playful approach to the early years, devoid of constant assessment, measurement and monitoring. This new curriculum and pedagogy approach respects all children of diverse aptitudes and backgrounds, and represents true equality across diverse cultures, abilities and capabilities.
The multi-disciplinary curriculum content allows introduction and development of interests in language, numeracy, scientific thought, creative expression and outdoor learning. Sensorial Play, an important facet of the program facilitates exploration and encourages children to develop scientific thinking while they play, create, investigate and explore. Spending time while stimulating their senses helps children develop cognitively, linguistically, socially, emotionally, physically and creatively. This is the harbinger of the multi-disciplinary curriculum content that allows introduction to language, numeracy, scientific thought, creative expression and outdoor learning. Censorial Play now becomes an important facet of the programme.