Monthly Archives: September 2017
We would like to thank all of you who came with your little ones and made our Family Day an actual Fun event. Without you it would not have been so memorable.
And ofcourse, we would be remiss, if we did not thank your little ones, who validated our efforts by refusing to leave.
Here are few moments captured on camera.
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We are delighted to present FAMILY FUN DAY AT SUNBIRD on September 10th.
We have spent considerable time and effort to ensure that you and your little one have a great time! We would very much like you to participate in the event.
So, block the dates in your calendar and get ready to have a smashing time with us. We look forward to seeing your smile!
- Gardening- plant and take it with you ,
- Potters wheel,
- Art with Paper-mache
- Leave your prints,
- Paint the wall
- Make your own fridge magnets with Decodexandwhy and more
Date: September 10th Sunday
Entry Fee: 1 Smile per person
For age groups: 0-100 yrs
Venue: Sunbird Early Learning Centre,
Opp Fisherman’s Wharf
Unstructured play is important for a child because it gives them a sense of freedom and control, and allows them to learn about themselves, what they like and don’t like, and even make mistakes without feeling any pressure or failure.
Children naturally, when left to their own devices, will take initiative and create activities and stories in the world around them. Sometimes, especially with children past the toddler stage, the most creative play takes place outside of direct adult supervision.
Free play in toddlers and young children most frequently involves spurts of gross motor activity over a period of time with rest in between. Most children are smiling and laughing, sharing ideas and seen helping their friends when they engage in freeplay, and it is reasonable to assume that their mood is improved during and after play.