Did you know?
- Major part of the child’s brain develops at 0-4 years.
- By the age of 6, the child’s brain is about 95% of the size of the adult’s brain.
- The brain develops rapidly at childhood creating periodic neuroconnections.
- The brain ‘prunes’ the neuroconnections that are not used, making it difficult to learn in later stages.
- The more the neuroconnections are, the more intelligent the child would be.
- All children are born with wired feelings and ready to learn.
"There is no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of the child. There are seven millions"
- Walt Streightiff.
"The word Education must not be understood in the sense of teaching, but of assisting the psychological development of the child" - Maria Montessori.
Checklist to verify a curriculum to ensure that it
- Provides necessary activities that stimulate your child’s brain development?
- Provides a conducive learning atmosphere for your child?
- Instils confidence that it can develop the required skills in your child for life?
- Provides qualitative scientific early learning programmes for your child?
- Creates opportunities for your child to learn from the immediate environment?
- Seems promising in making your child a confident and independent learner?
At Twinkles we use a similar and larger checklist to constantly monitor all aspects of our curriculum to ensure the promised delivery of essential outcomes of learning.
"There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure." - Colin Powell.
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