Our Programs

Every class, group and child is unique and has different needs at different times. At T.I.M.E. Kids pre-schools, we believe in a curriculum that matches abilities to skills that preschoolers need as a base for later learning and success at school. These can be broadly classified under eight headings:

  • Gross Motor Skills which require balance and coordination, and are developed through activities such as running, climbing, hopping, and playing with ball and bat.
  • Fine Motor Skills with which children develop the abilities to do such things as write and manipulate small objects. These are developed through activities like playing with dough, sorting, dressing, colouring and craft.
  • Mathematical concepts are understood through activities that include matching objects, sorting and classifying by attribute, using comparative terms, labeling numerals (0-10), recognizing nos. (1-30) and rote reciting of nos (1-100).
  • Science Concepts are understood through activities that include observing and identifying body parts, using the five senses, colours, classifying and categorizing animals, identifying opposites and learning about natural resources.
  • Language concepts are developed through activities that include listening, dramatic play, recalling story events following verbal directions, matching and labeling letters, utilizing language to form questions identifying a letter-sound relationships and recognising and writing letters and words phonetically.
  • Life Skills is a diverse area, where children are taught the importance of using positive manner in both words and attitudes, learning to follow directions, learning to solve problems verbally instead of using physical means and more.
  • Music Skills help children to acquire language and a sense of rhythm. It includes copying movements, moving physically to music, dancing and using creative movement, expressing mood through movement and identifying instruments by name.
  • Art and Craft are a necessary part of a child's learning curriculum. It includes drawing, painting, pasting, tearing, cutting, rolling papers, rubbing and mixing colors.
  • Interesting themes and concepts are covered at T.I.M.E. Kids pre-schools which make learning a unique, fun experience for the children. All events and festivals are celebrated with enthusiasm all through the year. Life skills are a part of the "Curriculum" of learning experiences offered within a classroom setting at T.I.M.E. Kids pre-schools. The child learns to become a productive group member, solve problems, remember rules, and develop an understanding of cause/effect.

    Age Group : 1.5 yrs - 2.5 yrs
    Timings : 9:30 am - 12:30 noon (3 hrs per day)
    Monday - Friday

    Between 1yr to 6 yrs. of age, small children are curious and generally love to explore the world around them. They can assimilate information rapidly and express interest and wonder in each new discovery. A toddler is constantly learning how to do new things.

    At Timekids, the play group curriculum makes the children independent through 'hands on' learning. They are encouraged to explore their immediate environment and also get to know themselves better. They have a free hand at the different learning stations in the secure class room environment. Group play provides opportunities for developing social skills and building confidence in children.

    Highlights of PG Curriculum...
    • Gross motor - walking, running, climbing
    • Fine motor - feeding themselves, colouring
    • Sensory - seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, and smelling
    • Language readiness - saying single words, then short sentences
    • Math readiness - pattern and shape recognition
    • Social - playing with others, taking turns, doing pretend play
    • Emotional : control over feelings, happy at school
    Activities galore:
    • Free play learning stations
    • Story time
    • Circle Time
    • Sensorial activities
    • Splash pool
    • Sandpit play
    • Sing along - Rhyme time
    • Art and craft
    • Special days (concept and theme related)
    • Festival celebrations

    Age Group: 2.5 yrs - 3.5 yrs
    Timings: 9:30 am - 12:30 noon (3 hrs per day)
    Monday - Friday

    At Timekids, Nursery curriculum sets the pace for active learning through various fun filled activities. Children are introduced to varied learning materials, a large number of shapes and colours as well as letters and numbers and are also exposed to a higher level of rhymes and rhythm and storytelling. They also enjoy a sense of independence through self-help tasks. Activity based learning ensures happy bunch of children looking forward to each new day at the school. Children learn to freely explore, discover and experience a wide range of sensory, creative and physical experiences while learning the importance of focussing on a single task.

    Highlights of Nursery Curriculum..

    • Gross motor - jumping, hopping, balance on one foot
    • Fine motor - Managing colouring work independently, pre- writing skills,
    • Sensory - seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, and smelling
    • Language - communication in sentences, introduction of phonetics
    • Math / Cognitive - pattern and shape recognition, numerical language
    • Social / Emotional - making friends, sharing, caring
    • Life skills : developing positive self image, respecting others
    • Music : Independently singing / reciting singing along with others

    Activities galore:

    • Free play learning stations
    • Story time
    • Role plays
    • Circle Time
    • Sensorial activities
    • Splash pool
    • Sand pit play
    • Sing along - Rhyme time
    • Art and craft
    • Audio Visual learning
    • Special days (concept and theme related)
    • Festival celebrations
    • Field trips

    Age Group : 3.5 yrs - 4.5 yrs
    Timings : 9:30 am - 1:00 pm (3.5 hrs per day)
    Monday - Friday

    Coming to PP1, our children expand their knowledge from the realms of school to the neighbourhood and beyond. They are inquisitive, seeking answers, interacting with other children and also adults. They are learning to read, write and converse in English, move beyond the mundane shapes and colours, are agile and sporty. They are creative in thinking, speaking and can make up stories in a jiffy. The age appropriate, progressive learning activities appeal to the children and parents alike. And the transition from a preschooler to a kindergartner is complete!!

    Highlights of PP1 Curriculum..

    • Language - Writing of the alphabet, Introduction to grammar, story telling
    • Math / Cognitive - Number concepts, Estimation, differentiation and classification of objects
    • Fine motor / art - Good pincer grip, write independently, free hand drawing
    • Social skills : learning socially acceptable behaviour
    • Life skills : Understanding transitions and routines
    • Music : Creating awareness of music as a part of daily life

    Activities galore:

    • Story time
    • Role plays
    • Activity time (on concepts and themes)
    • Splash pool
    • Sandpit play
    • Rhyme time
    • Art and craft
    • Audio Visual learning
    • Special days (concept and theme related)
    • Festival celebrations
    • Field trips

    Age Group : 4.5 yrs - 5.5 yrs
    Timings : 9:30 am - 1:00 pm (3.5 hrs per day)
    Monday - Friday

    The highly motivated children of PP2 at Timekids are so well equipped to face the challenges of formal schooling system. They are confident individuals, good at communicating thoughts and ideas and willing learners. They pick up the 3 R's (Reading, wRiting and aRithmatic) well. They are able to differentiate between a safe and unsafe environment and practice healthy habits. The preschool journey ends and the children are ready for the rigours of formal schooling.

    Highlights of PP2 Curriculum..

    • Language - word building, grammar concepts, writing in complete sentences, reading,
    • Math / Cognitive - Numbers and Numerical concepts, Comparing, classifying, estimating amounts.
    • Science : Understanding different forms of the same resource, simple experiments from everyday life
    • Fine motor / art - Free hand drawing, managing craft work without help
    • Social skills : learning socially acceptable behaviour
    • Life skills : Discerning between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour
    • Music : Creating rhythm and music on their own, understanding sound patterns

    Activities galore:

    • Projects and assignments
    • Quizzes
    • Science fun
    • Book Buffet time
    • Free hand drawing
    • Story time
    • Splash pool
    • Sandpit play
    • Rhyme time
    • Art and craft
    • Audio Visual learning
    • Special days (concept and theme related)
    • Festival celebrations
    • Field trips