Preschools naturally become a platform where the child doesn’t just get ready for school, but prepares for life. Science has proved that most development takes place between 3-6 years of age and the right mentoring and opportunities can most definitely help children excel in life.
We follow Bubbles curriculum which is of global standards. It is based on Hi-scope methodology and Montessori techniques. It is a step ahead from child centered learning to child initiated learning. The processes are so strong that the children of the school will become the brand ambassadors of the schools which take our curriculum and they begin to apply their knowledge in the true sense. The curriculum is thematic and makes learning holistic for students.
Students will be problem solvers, reflective thinkers and well-rounded personalities.
As, this is a well researched and field tested curriculum, it ensures Joyful Learning for kids. This is just not a collection of themes and activities. Bubbles philosophy in other words reflects in its 3 C’s Curriculum- Child, Content and Context.
Our mission is to give the children a pre school experience which is both purposeful and joyful.


Young children spend the first few years of life discovering the world. They gather, collect, examine and process more stimuli in the preschool years than any other time in their development, preparing their brains for more advanced learning. We have a unique method of drawing with preschoolers that will maximize development, to better prepare them as learners. Weekly Young Rembrandts classes help preschool children.


This area of development involves learning to interact with other people, and to understand and control your own emotions. Babies start to develop relationships with the people around them right from birth, but the process of learning to communicate, share, and interact with others takes many years to develop. Developing the ability to control your emotions and behavior is also a long process. Children continue to develop their social-emotional skills well into their teenage years, or even young adulthood.


At this stage, your child uses her ever-increasing language skills to become a “big talker” and develops an awareness of the power of the written word. Parents and caregivers of preschoolers can help them develop into readers and writers by playing with letters and their sounds, promoting dramatic play using characters from books, and reading lots of books together.


Field trips are not only lots of fun but they can also be very valuable learning experiences for young children. They can help build background knowledge and vocabulary that are important for success in school and life.Field Trips can be planned for anytime, but the knowledge gained from the trip will be more ingrained if the trip coincides with lesson plans or weekly themes. A midweek trip to a farm during a week of learning about barnyard animals will have more of an impact. The same goes for trips to the Police/Fire Departments during Safety week.


Whether they are counting how many marbles they have, fitting a cylinder into a circular hole, or asking for more milk, preschoolers are constantly using and experimenting with math concepts. Our preschool teachers create learning experiences that build math skills and reasoning so children can solve problems and use mathematics in real and meaningful ways.


Preschool children are constantly engaged in research and experimentation, testing hypotheses, exploring properties, making important discoveries and learning how things work. Through our preschool science curriculum, teachers carefully plan experiences that not only develop scientific skills but also nurture children’s natural curiosity.

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