At Oruga World, our curriculum is designed to be child-centric. From the smallest of acts like a welcome greeting when the child enters the daycare to placing his / her bag, actively participating in all the activities, interacting with friends and teachers to saying a goodbye; the children imbibe discipline, value education, thorough understanding of the knowledge that is imparted in a way that these factors become a natural way of living and growing for them.
We follow integrated learning i.e. We have Eclectic approach (Experiential Learning, Multiple Intelligence, Glenn Doman Method, Montessori Method, Project Method, Play-way Method)
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
Experiential learning forms an important part of the learning. The children are asked to perform different tasks and share what they observe, experience as well as feel. These experiences stimulate their different sensory skills and help them absorb the learning with more belief and sincerity. This form of learning establishes more firm foundations and learning that remain with the child for a lifetime. At Oruga World; we take the children on regular field trips and live demonstrations accompanied by interactive and engaging activities to widen their horizons and allow them to dream limitless possibilities. That’s just one of our many ways of grooming thinkers, discoverers and explorers!
Montessori method by Maria Montessori
Surrounded by ample opportunity to exercise his various abilities, the child gets absorbed in a chosen task, developing a sense of order, concentration, independent work habits, initiative and inner control which renders exterior discipline seldom necessary.
Sensorial Method by William H. Kilpatrick
This methodology allows the children to explore and experience their environment through the five senses. Children are directed to learn by their individual interests rather than by rote and memorization. It focuses on solving purposeful problems.
Play-way Method by Friedrich Froebel
This is based on the “power of play” and the child’s natural curiosity and tendency to “Pretend and play”. Through this method children learn more efficiently and gain more knowledge with play-based preschool activities such as free play, dramatic play, art and social games.
Glenn Doman Method by Glenn Doman
Oruga World has adopted this method to systematically build language and mathematic skills in children. The learning happens through flashcards of specific size, colour and dimensions. It helps childrento develop early reading.
Multiple Intelligence Approach by Howard Gardner
This approach states that every human being has 9 different intelligences. This unique combination of learning styles can be identified, nurtured & strengthened through various preschool activities.
Initiatives for Holistic development of a child
The child will jump, stretch, skip, throw, and kick up some fun. Together the children laugh and enjoy fitness games while helping to build healthy bodies, healthy habits, and self-confidence.
Music and Movement
Children are born music lover. It helps the body and mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression. Music helps children mature physically, emotionally, socially, and cognitively. It also integrates kinesthetic learning with understanding.
Natural curiosity and respect for our planet is awakened in monthly gardening and nature study. Child plans the garden layout, plants the seeds, observes the plants growing and harvests the vegetables in the Oruga World Patch.
Your child begins each day with simple “mind-stretching” exercises to activate prior knowledge and stimulate reasoning, memory, and concentration.
Learning a second language supports children’s language development and helps them learn about other cultures. At Oruga World, Japnese & Sanskrit are integrated throughout the year and include simple vocabulary, phrases, polite conversation, and songs.
Joy Of Giving!
We believe who children become is as important as what they know. We teach, model, and practice ways to be compassionate and generous. We also schedule giving events, so a child can experience the joy of giving