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Co-Curricular

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Art & Craft Room:

The art area should be available to children as a free choice. Creativity and imagination, while allowing for self-expression such as colors, shapes, lines, properties, textures, cause and effect, problem-solving, sizes, symmetry, design, balance, patterns, etc. Have all related materials and supplies nearby and assessable like Paint Brushes - Variety of Sizes Paint Rollers, Variety of Patterns, Kitchen Utensils that helps for making prints (Potato Masher), Wall Paper, Brightly Colored Glue, Spray Bottles Filled with Water Or Paint, Variety of Paper in Colors, Textures And Sizes, Foil, Sandpaper, Tissue Paper, Sand, Sawdust, Dirt ,Rolls of Brightly Colored Masking tape ,various cake pans and molds for Marble Painting ,Beads, Baubles, Jewels, etc. for Collage items, Lacing Yarns, Variety of Scissors, Markers, Crayon Melting Tray.

Clay Modeling Room:

Every child needs experiences that match his or her developmental level, and a simple piece of soft clay is a perfect match if the child is ready. The child’s brain is taking shape along with the clay. Such self-initiated activity can be the perfect match for the developmental needs of the child. Clay stimulates the child’s curiosity. Intelligence, imagination, and creativity are engaged and fostered. Manipulating a piece of clay develops the child’s large and small muscles. Clay play fosters eye-hand coordination. Soft clay is receptive and responsive to all kinds of emotional expression. Clay is so fascinating that some children work for long periods without any adult motivation to maintain their interest. It can be a great way to extend the attention span of some children.

Music Room:

In the music class, children at a time can listen a variety of music appropriate. While they are listening to music, they can play musical instruments. Kids who grow up hearing music, singing songs, and moving to the beat are enjoying what experts call "a rich sensory environment." That's just a fancy way of saying they're exposed to a wide variety of tastes, smells, textures, colors, and sounds. Musical experiences are an important way to help create these pathways, also called neural connections. And while listening to music is certainly key to creating them, it's when kids actively participate in music that they make the strongest connections.

Dance Room:

Picasso Preschool Dance has the most incredible programs for children under 4. Our vision is the belief that all children can have a great time, build self confidence in key learning and co-ordination and dance areas. Children are born with a love for dancing and music. We at Picasso school are lucky enough to assist in the development of skills such as dance and music, creativity and discipline for students to nurture this love.

Meditation Room:

As an infant, he was highly fascinated by his mother’s meditation practice, and began to crawl into her lap and sit with her when she meditated in the mornings. Many kids can “learn meditative breathing techniques that will help them regulate and not lose control.” Picasso school probably has the mental development to do long periods of concentration, and they definitely have the intellectual capacity to understand abstract principles of meditation.

Play Field:

Play is the foundation for all learning for young children, and giving your child the time and a few basic toys can provide her with a variety of valuable learning opportunities.

*Slides/Swings:

Swings and Slides are smooth in playing and used for our kindergartens, play school, pre school students for encouraging their activities.

*Language development:

When playing with other children or adults, vocabulary and language skills are fostered. Your child will listen and learn the language they hear without even realizing. Children will learn to use language to communicate meaning as well as picking up new words and hearing the grammatical structure of the English language. Playing with cars, trucks and trains as well as animals provides for many new vocabulary words as children learn the names of each, what they do, what they eat or where you can find them.