STEAM, stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
STEAM learning happens naturally as children explore, play, and try new things. It is an integrated approach to learning.and encourages students to think more broadly by asking questions, connecting the dots, problem solving , thinking creatively, and being innovative.
When young children have the opportunity to investigate the world around them, they learn and experiment with new STEAM skills and theories. Research shows there is a positive relationship between early STEAM experiences and future success in school.
So let’s get more science, technology, engineering, art, and math into our kids’ lives.
Sensory experiences, Imaginative play through story telling, cognitive development through puzzles, General and fine Motor Development through craft and games, Independence and confidence building, Value building like sharing , taking turns etc.
A psychology major, Ms. Bindiya has had extensive experience shaping impressionable minds. Her strength lies in conceptualizing, executing and monitoring activities to include skill development, soft skills, communication, personality development and grooming. She has also been a part of the management of pre-primary school for the specially-abled.
The Little Explorer Programme has been a very satisfying experience because of the growth of the students that was evident over the classes. The enthusiastic response of the children, the fun that they had, doing the activities and the spirit they displayed while playing games was extremely heartening. Their ability to sit still and listen to instructions was also a welcome development .The confidence and independence that they have gained through the classes has been very encouraging too. I would love to take the children to explore new topics in the next level. - Bindiya
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
5 - 8 Yrs