Join us for our exciting storytelling sessions and see how abstract concepts in Science and Math can be taught to children in an interesting way through stories. Watch as their minds light up with curiosity, creativity and an eagerness to learn more. Buy our storybooks here: www.thetinylearners.com/shop.

The Tiny Learners

Every child is unique. Children develop and learn in different ways and at a different pace. They learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships and develop in environments suited to their individual needs.

At THE TINY LEARNERS, we have a holistic approach to development and learning with focus on child’s individuality. We believe in a strong partnership and collaboration between parents and us to provide an enabling environment to children. We believe in using play as a medium of learning as it is one of the most important ways children inquire about the world around them. Our curriculum is purposefully planned and structured and activities and resources are carefully chosen and designed keeping in mind children’s individuality. Their development is observed and monitored to make an assessment and while we have monthly and yearly goals defined, we don’t pressurize children and instead let them grow at their own pace. This makes THE TINY LEARNERS a unique and fun learning experience for both kids and parents alike.

At The Tiny Learners, early childhood development is broad-ranging, and focuses on the following seven areas:

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1) Motor Skills
2) Socio-Emotional Skills
3) Literacy and Language Development
4) Numeracy Skills
5) Understanding the World Around Us
6) Creativity Skills
7) Ethics, Moral and Religion


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The easily observable fact is that the children are passionately eager to make as much sense as they can of the world around them, are extremely good at it, and do it as scientists do, by creating knowledge out of the experience. Children observe, wonder, find, or make and then test the answers to the questions they ask themselves.  When they are not actually prevented from doing these things, they continue to do them and to get better and better at it.”

– John Holt, Learning All the Time (1989, 152)