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Mother Toddler Program

The Mother-Toddler Program helps parents understand developmental milestones in their children and embrace their child as an individual.
This is a unique program attended by toddlers as well as their mothers. The duration of the mother toddler program is 1.5 hour . It is held on every Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
Music plays a very important role as one of the best learning techniques. We at Pampered Kidz use a lot of rhymes and songs to teach the little toddlers “the art of expression”.
The Mother-Toddler program lets the child explore their surroundings at their own pace and allows them to learn things by trial and error.
The programme is specially designed for toddlers between 6 months to 18 months. It is introduced to give maximum positive stimulation for mental, physical, emotional and social growth of a toddler. We also aim to make Pampered Kidz a synonym for fun with all the children.
The aim of the program is to give toddlers contact with other children and to create a community in which parents can share issues of child development. We intend the program to be primarily a social experience for children and parent. Parents want to provide the best possible experience so that their child can succeed throughout life and this program offers that.
The fine motor skills are developed using the entire range of equipments. Also, the large motor development is aided by providing the little toddlers with modulated plastic equipments like slides , seesaws , crawling tunnel, trampoline, etc. Other game and toys are also used to stimulate physical growth. Being together with other children and their parents helps create a comfort zone for the toddler
It will teach them things such as, self confidence, positive self-esteem, social development, cognitive development, physical development, and language development. The program provides a place for parents and their children to come discover and learn new things about themselves and their surroundings, while building confidence in themselves, their social skills, language skills, and interaction skills.