Age: 3 years to 4 years

A progressive leap for children of 4 Years, this activity-based level in Daffodils Preschool focuses on language development, alphabet and numerical recognition, and communication. This can be called the first block of foundation upon which rests a child's cognitive and emotional development. They will understand the significance of team-building, and why caring is a natural development in building friendships. Their exposure to creativity and wonderment begins here, where they grow, learn, and laugh in a classroom as vibrant as they are. This is the age where their tender minds are still developing, hence, this is also the age which retains memories for a long time to come.

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Age: 4 to 5 years

When a child starts Junior Kindergarten, formal education can be said to have started, and the emphasis is on writing, speaking and formal mathematics. We strongly believe that expressing their own thoughts and ideas on paper motivates children to learn more. Our aim is to help each student become an Inquirer; i.e. a person who makes connections, thinks critically, works collaboratively, and develops conceptual understanding. Ultimately, it helps the child derive meaning from the world and decide upon the actions to take. In Junior K.G., Daffodils kids start independent writing and Jolly Phonics (for reading). Along with understanding sounds, kids practice writing all alphabets, in both lowercase and capital. A junior kindergartener will also learn his numbers well; 1-50 orally and 1-30 in writing. In addition, they also learn to compare quantities; greater than, less than, etc. A few new subjects are introduced at this stage: Hindi, Introduction to Computers, Music, Drama, Dance, Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education, and Science Exploration.

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Age: 5 to 6 years

In Senior Kindergarten, as part of our continuing effort to turn children into 'Little Enquirers' we expose children to a variety of real-life experiences. For example, we take our children on field trips related to life skills, such as visits to banks, bakeries, laboratories, fitness centres and more. We then ask them to reflect through writing a couple of sentences along with drawing about their visit. We give them an object and ask them to frame a story around it – extempore! In this way, imagination is given free rein and children learn to express themselves with originality and develop a spirit of inquiry about their surroundings, which complements their formal learning – writing, reading, numeracy. All subjects taught in Jr. K.G., i.e. Writing, Reading, Numeracy, Hindi, Introduction to Computers, , Music, Drama, Dance, Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education, and Science Exploration are taken to the next level. A Senior Kindergartener at Daffodils can talk about the stories, writing, pictures and models they have created, ask questions to gain information and respond to inquiries directed to them or to the class, write number names until 99, do a few simple measurements, and much more.

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We all have some intelligence that comes more naturally than others. For some of us speaking and writing comes with ease, while some of us are great at socializing and getting along with different kinds of people and for some of us we have a flair at the numbers and resolving problems. Each of us has our own unique strengths and abilities. It’s the same with children too. Every children has their own strengths and these strengths can be used to harness the potential of the child. Dr. Howard Gardner, a psychologist, and professor of neuroscience from Harvard University developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) in 1983. According to the theory of Multiple Intelligences, there are eight (and a new one added to it recently that makes it 9) different ways of being intelligent. Intelligence is not about what we know, but how we learn.

Today’s world demands multiple skills from successful people. Early exposure to all intelligence’s automatically leads to a more comprehensive development of the child.



The capacity to use language to express what’s on your mind and to understand other people. They think in words more than in pictures.
Skills Include – Listening, Speaking, Writing, Storytelling, Explaining, Teaching, Using humor, Understanding the syntax and meaning of words, remembering information, analyzing language usage.
Skills Career Choices Include – Poet, Journalist, Writer, Author, Speaker, Translator, Teacher, Orator, Story Teller, Newsreaders, Copywriters or any other profession where language is an important ingredient.


People with strong Body/Kinesthetic Intelligence use/control body movements and objects skillfully, they usually express things through movement. They have a profound sense of eye-hand coordination and balancing. They can remember and process information when given their space and movement.
Skills Include – Enjoy creating things, remember things doing rather than hearing or seeing, dancing, physical co-ordination, sports, using body language, crafts, acting, miming, using their hands to create or build, expressing emotions through the body, enjoy adventure sports.
Career Choice Include – The most evident examples are people in athletics or the performing arts, particularly dancing or acting. Physical education teachers, sculptors, firefighters.


Individuals who are strong in interpersonal intelligence are good at being aware of their own emotional states, feelings and motivations. They tend to enjoy self-reflection. They understand their inner feelings, dreams, relationships with others, and strengths and weaknesses.
Skills include – Recognizing their own strengths and weaknesses, reflecting and analyzing themselves, awareness of their inner feelings, desires and dreams, evaluating their thinking patterns, reasoning with themselves, understanding their role in relationship to others.
Career Choice Include – Researchers, Theorists and Philosophers.


People who are strong in logical-mathematical intelligence are good at reasoning, recognizing patterns and analyze problems logically. These individuals tend to think conceptually about numbers, relationships and patterns. They are good at understanding and solving complex computations and also have excellent problem solving skills.
Skills Include – Problem solving, classifying and categorizing information, working with abstract concepts, handling long chains of reasoning to make local progressions, enjoy experimenting, performing complex mathematical calculations, working with geometric shapes, reasoning scientifically.
Career Choice Include – Scientists, Engineers, Computer programmers, Researchers, Accountants, Mathematicians, etc.


Visually Intelligent people have ability of thinking in terms of visuals, they are good at expressing things visually. They can retain information when presented visually. They prefer looking at maps for directions rather than reading them.
Skills Include – Puzzle building, reading, writing, understanding charts and graphs, sense of direction, sketching, painting, creating visual metaphors and analogies (perhaps through the visual arts), manipulating images, recognize patterns easily.
Career Choice Include – Navigators, sculptors, visual artists, inventors, architects, interior designers, mechanics, engineers.


Those who have strong interpersonal intelligence are good at understanding and interacting with other people. These individuals are skilled at assessing the emotions, motivations, desires and intentions of people around them. They have the ability to understand other people. It’s an ability we all need, but is especially important for teachers, clinicians, salespersons, or politicians — anybody who deals with other people.
Skills Include – Seeing things from other’s perspective, listening with empathy, building trust, peaceful conflict resolution, establishing positive relations with other people, great organizers.
Career choice Include – Counselor, Politicians, Human resource professionals, Teachers, Sales people, Business people, Psychologist.


The ability to think in music; to relate to patterns, rhythms, recognize them, and perhaps manipulate them. People who have strong musical intelligence don’t just remember music easily, they can’t get it out of their minds, and it’s so omnipresent. They are extremely sensitive to environmental sounds.
Skills Include – Singing, Playing musical instruments, recognizing tonal patterns, composing music, remembering melodies, understanding the structure and rhythm of music.
Career Choice Include – Musicians, Composers, Music Directors, Disc jockey, Music Teacher, Movie Composers.


These people have high sensitivity to the natural world. They are more in tune with nature and are often interested in nurturing, exploring the environment and learning about other species. These individuals are said to be highly aware of even subtle changes to their environments. They learn best by studying the natural phenomenon, in a natural setting, learning about how things work.
Skills Include – These people are also good at categorizing and cataloging information easily. Enjoy camping, gardening, hiking and exploring the outdoors, preservation and conservation.
Career Choice Include – Forest Ranger, Landscaper, Biologists, Naturalists, Geologists, Meteorologist, Farmer, Botanist.


Daffodils Preschool utilises, a quality and research-proven method of early learning and developmental strategies . This ensures that each child is provided with the optimum possible experiences and environment to support their developing potentials. We believe that all children have the right to the best early years environments. Children need interaction with nature, large muscle challenges, concrete learning materials, intelligent language modelling, support for socialisation and an environment which promotes their independence. Led by staff with specialist training, Daffodils Preschool implements the modern prechool method of education which most clearly meets these needs.


Balanced literacy contains both spoken and written components. The foundation for language learning is hearing and imitating sounds, listening to words, understanding the meaning of words and sentences, and being able to use words to communicate. At The Daffodils Preschool we teach the children who are ready to read by using a phonetic approach that demonstrates how words are made up of sounds, which is later supplemented by sight-reading strategies. Learning to read starts with phonics because we understand that reading is essentially the decoding of the individual sounds of a word, and connections are made among speaking, reading, and writing in all areas of the curriculum right from the start to promote balanced literacy.

Emphasis is given on

  • Phonetics
  • Dolch Sight Words
  • Rhymes
  • Story Writings
  • Communication
  • Presentation and Stage Free


The mathematical mind has the ability to abstract, reason, investigate, imagine, calculate, measure, and be exact. The mathematical mind is part of the absorbent mind. It develops naturally as the child grows and we typically see an acute interest and capacity for enumeration beginning around age four (sometimes sooner, sometimes later). 
The sensorial materials indirectly prepare the child for work in mathematics because of their innate sequence, order, and progression. Sensorial activities develop the child’s precision, exactness and provide clear, exact mathematical experiences. For example:

  • LEGO tower (cubes from 1 cm to 10 cm; focuses on order and dimension)
  • Brown stair (changing by 1 cm increments; focuses on order and dimension)

By isolating these materials, we lead the child towards abstracting the concepts of cubing and squaring. For these reasons, extensive work with sensorial materials should almost always occur before beginning math work. 
The math materials proceed in an enjoyable fashion that leads the child to think logically and to reason. The materials are concrete, structured, rational, and logical. Early materials produce the sensorial impression of each process—the focus is on the process NOT the accuracy of the results. Daffodils Preschool facilitates Math in students through Audio Video Learning, Learning with Rhymes and Numbers, Learning with Sensorial materials, Rich graphic textbooks , Worksheets and Augmented Reality Learning


The purpose and aim of Practical Life is to help the child gain control in the coordination of his movement, and help the child to gain independence and adapt to his society. Practical Life Exercises also aid the growth and development of the child’s intellect and concentration and will in turn also help the child develop an orderly way of thinking.

Practical Life Exercises can be categorized into four different groups:
Preliminary Applications, Applied Applications, Grace and Courtesy, and Control of Moment.

In the Preliminary Exercises, the child learns the basic movements of all societies such as pouring, folding, and carrying through customized Practical activities .

In the Applied Exercises, the child learns about the care and maintenance that helps every day life. These activities are, for example, the care of the person (i.e the washing of the hand) and the care of the environment  (i.e dusting a table or outdoor sweeping). Practical Activities and Textbooks containing graphics on Good Habits makes students learn Practical Skills with expert guidance of our preschool teachers

In the Grace and Courtesy Exercises, the children work on the interactions of people to people.

In the Control of Movement Exercises, the child learns about his own movements and learns how to refine his coordination through such activities as walking on the line.


Aristotle said, "There is nothing in the mind which is not first in the senses". Daffodils provides a complete curriculum area devoted to enhancing the child's ability to process and refine information gained via the 5 senses. Minor differences in sizes, shades, sounds and sensations challenge the children to concentrate. The Sensorial curriculum provides the opportunity for the young child to be developing neural pathways to develop the sorting and processing within the brain. Additionally, the Sensorial curriculum provides pre-literacy and pre-numeracy preparation. The equipment appeals to the child's interest in building towers and putting objects in holes.


The Cultural Sciences curriculum consists of Geography, Zoology, History, Botany. Each of these areas help the children understand more about the world around them and helps them explore it. Knowing planet earth with Globes, Animals, Evolution , Plants and Leaves are some of the topics covered in the General Awareness Section.


Out door games with playhouse that has see saw slider, etc helps refresh  the minds and enhances physical development , A playground for preschool sports and indoor areas where activities and games are conducted which enhances the students social emotional development  .Development of body and brainthrough Rhythm and movement activities are conducted.


Art and Craft is one of the many ways children express themselves. Art is a way for children to communicate their feelings. It is through art and craft that children develop their fine motor skills. In Daffodils Preschool, we provide open-ended art activities that help children explore and use their creativity. Through art and craft, students are exploring, creating, expressing, and developing self. We provide a rich art area in the classroom. We give children a chance to choose their medium: paints, pastels, clay, pencils, crayons, papers, card papers scissors, adhesives, clay modelling and various custom materials .


Field trips help bring learning outside the classroom, while also and giving children a new perspective. In preschool, these fieldtrips can be as unique as an aviary or as mundane as a restaurant kitchen. Children’s desire to understand both the familiar and unfamiliar means everything is a learning adventure. Temple visits, Fire station visits , visiting Theme Parks etc. are part of Daffodils Preschools regular child centric developmental activities


Introducing young children to yoga through games, poses, props and traditional Yoga asanas gives a boost to there physical and mental development . This young creative age group loves to try new things and is up for any new adventure. Through yoga and meditation , we teach mindfulness, patience, cooperation, and much more.


Festivities and Celebration activities which are fun, enchanting, dramatic and energised, channelizes the strength of the child in Daffodils Preschool.


Chanting of the OM Mantra, worshipping God , teaching moral values of life and so on are routines in Daffodils Preschool for the childs inner spiritual development.

Accelerated Learning Program

Daffodils Preschool provides a complete curriculum area devoted to enhancing the child's ability to process and refine information gained via the 5 senses. The Accelerated Learning Program consisits of Building Literacy, Numeracy, Cultural Science, Creative Arts, Social & Emotional Development, Health & Physical Development and Various Approaches to Learning

ECCE Concepts In Daffodils Preschool


At Daffodils Preschool our aim is to create meaningful learning experiences that prioritise active participation, relationship building and inquiry. Our focus is on child initiated, play based experiences in an indoor/outdoor environment. The educators are responsive to children's strengths, abilities and interests, creating an environment of meaningful and purposeful learning. Our role as educators is to observe, document, extend, facilitate and plan for the individual child and the group. We believe learning is more meaningful when it comes from within.


Inquiry means, "a seeking or request for truth, information, or knowledge". Inquiry learning invites children to learn through investigating questions and problem-solving. Inquiry learning is child-led investigations. Inquiry-based learning is more than asking a student what he or she wants to know. It's about triggering curiosity. And activating a student's curiosity is, a far more important and complex goal than the objective of mere information delivery which Daffodils Preschool conducts in its learning techniques


Puzzles are the way to challenge child's critical and logical thinking muscles and fine-tune motor skills. Young children that play with puzzles have better spatial skills (understanding the relationships between physical shapes and forms) than those who don't. The puzzle games, challenges the student to solving it comprehensively .


Young children are very concrete and literal in their thinking, and it is only as they approach school age that they begin to show a readiness for tasks that require more abstract thinking. However, preschoolers often make surprising connections as they go about the business of learning and making sense of the world, and there are some fun logical thinking games for engaging child's brain in new ways of thinking which the preschool encompasses in its learning strategies


Problem solving refers to the process of finding a solution to a problem. A child uses their own knowledge and experience, as well as the information at hand to try and reach a solution. Problem solving is about the thought processes involved in finding a solution. Preschool is the best time for a child to learn to problem solve in a fun way. The benefits of learning early will last a lifetime and the beauty of learning anything at a young age is that it is effortless. Child's play itself is filled with opportunity upon opportunity to solve all kinds of tricky situations and come up with solutions to challenges. During the foundational years, children are constantly solving problems as they play in Daffodils Preschool.


Drama is an excellent way to learn by doing! It centers the child as an active participant in the learning process instead of just a passive observer. It promotes cognitive, emotional, physical and social development and the preschool uses it to teach a wide range of subjects. At Daffodils we use the art of storytelling to introduce ideas, teach new concepts, and to reinforce or extend lessons. Puppetry is used for expressing language and inspiring imagination. The imaginative play builds confidence from behind the curtains of pretend – telling stories with previously unarticulated expression and certainty.

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