This domain will develop the following skills of the toddler: Oral, Motor, and Linguistic Skills. The facilitator along with the mother and toddler will do the following activities:
1 / Baby Finger Painting
The toddler will be able to explore more about colours which will enhanced their creativity skills. It will give the mother plenty of opportunities to teach a child a variety of concepts. Example, mothers related the colours with the objects in their surroundings. MI Skills - Fine Motor Development, Eye and Hand Coordination, Inter and Intra Personal Development.
2 / Picture Reading
The toddler will be able to learn new vocabulary. They will develop an awareness of different words. They will be able to enhance social-emotional learning and will be able to recognise sounds and patterns within spoken language. MI- Skills - Visual Spatial Skills , Imaginary Skills, Inter and Intra personal skills.
3 / Blowing the Feather
The toddler will be able to apply their knowledge of the properties of the given object. They will be able to strengthen their muscle tone. They will be able to coordinate their lips, cheeks and jaw with airflow.
1 / Yoga exercise
Parents will be asked to imitate the yoga asanas demonstrated by the facilitator. Students and parents will enhance their bodily Kinesthetic Skills and Muscle Flexibility.
2 / Dragging activity under sports
Parents will drag themselves with their baby in their lap from one end to another end. Toddlers and parents will enhance their Bodily Kinesthetic Skills and Muscle Fllexibility.
3 / Dancing
Parents will be asked to stand in a queue, facing towards the mirror. The facilitator will ask them to follow her steps and actions. Dance on all these songs will be done one after the other. The parents will follow the facilitator with their kids. Toddler and parents will enhance their Bodily Kinesthetic and Musical Skills.
Knowledge and understanding of the world
In this cognitive, physical, and
social development skills are covered
Creative development involves exploring materials, sounds, movements, and ideas to express oneself. It nurtures skills like imagination and original thinking, crucial for problem- solving and innovation.
1 / Segregation
The Toddler will be able to apply their knowledge of the properties of different colors while sorting and matching things into different groups, and will able to self-correct themselves. Toddlers will be able to differentiate the characteristics of various objects. Toddlers will be able to label, name and pronounce various things.
2 / Sorting
Toddler will apply their knowledge of the properties of different shapes when sorting and matching things into different groups. They will be able to self-correct themselves. They will be able to differentiate between the characteristics of various objects.
They will be able to label, name and pronounce various things.
3 / Story Time
Toddlers will be able to improve their sensory skills of hearing. They will be able to develop an awareness of imaginary thinking. They will be able to understand the concepts such as; listening, reacting to different sounds.
1 / Balancing
Toddler will be able to have better control over their bodies. They will developed an awareness of how their body can move. They will be able to improve their level of confidence and face that challenge.
2 / Sense of Touch
Toddler will able to improve balance, agility and coordination. They are able to know how their body can move. They understood the concepts such as; up, down, over, under with non verbal actions.
3 / Water Activity
Children will be able to strengthen their senses by dipping their feet in a water tub. This will sharpen their sensory and bodily kinesthetic skills .
Physical development is vital in early childhood, encompassing the growth and maturation of the body, including gross and fine motor skills. Gross motor skills involve large muscle groups and body coordination, nurtured through activities such as..
Personal, Social, and Emotional Development
Personal, Social, and Emotional Development includes skills like self-awareness, self-regulation, social skills, empathy, confidence, self-esteem, and independence. These skills greatly impact a child's well-being and success. Positive interactions, play, diverse experiences, and environments are crucial for nurturing these skills.
1 / Reaching it Out
Toddlers will able to strengthen their fine motor skills by trying to reach out for different objects and they become better at grasping.
2 / Tasting Tray
Toddlers will able to strengthen their Senses , Interpersonal and Intrapersonal skills by tasting different kinds of food. It is a joy to see the children tasting different kinds of food which help in the development of their taste buds. The child will give different expressions on tasting different kinds of food.
3 / Sink or Float
Toddler will able to understand that lighter objects float and heavier objects sink in the water. The Toddler will able to distinguish between the heavier and lighter objects. This leads to logical development of the child.
The structured program for mothers and toddlers has many benefits for both mothers and children, as well as for families as a whole.
Here are some of the key benefits:
Increased confidence in their parenting skills.
Enhanced understanding of child development.
Opportunity to connect with other parents and share experiences.
Reduced stress and improved mental health.
Improved language development.
Increased socialization and communication skills.
Enhanced cognitive development.
Improved behavior and emotional regulation.
Stronger parent-child bond.
Improved family communication and relationships.
Greater support network and sense of community.
Improved overall family functioning and well-being.
Age Group Targeted: 8 months to 3 years old
Session Date: 10th July onwards
Program Duration: 1 week
Registration Fees: ₹ 1000/- per session, per child
Each session will begin with a
Welcome and Warm-Up
Facilitators will greet participants and initiate an icebreaker activity to create a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
The session will end with a
Closing Circle and Goodbye
Participants gather in a circle for a brief reflection on the day's activities, followed by a closing song or activity, and a warm farewell
until the next session.
Scientifically designed activities foster child development in Language, Physical, Mathematical, Creative, Personal, Social, and Emotional domains.
This program schedule provides a balance of structured activities and free play, ensuring that both mothers and toddlers have ample opportunities to bond, learn, and grow in a supportive and engaging environment.