At Tic Tac Toe our early years centre we aim for a high HQ (Happiness Quotient) as a happy child will enjoy his /her learning journey and become future ready for the next learning milestones.
Our pedagogy is inspired by Bijubhai Badheka, Maria Montessori, Reggio Emelia and Froebel. It is learner centred and inquiry driven where we nurture the potential of every child.
Our young learners use creative play to communicate their feelings which is so important. During creative play our young learners experience, discover, experiment and create things which ignite their curiosity and are the first steps into discovery learning.
Music and Physical Movement is an integral part of our daily timetable. We use children’s natural tendency to play which includes free play or unstructured play along with structured play which is learner centred.
Interacting with friends at Tic Tac Toe gives our learners the chance to establish connections, note how others react to their actions and find solutions to overcome challenges together; all valuable skills that they will need in their future
Teaching and Learning in Early Years should be Play based as Carl Jung has said “The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.”
It is an important and integral part of our active playtime and daily timetable. Playing on a jungle gym, jumping, climbing helps strengthen their muscles.
Positive social interactions are beneficial for young learners including increased cognitive ability, communication skills and independence.
“I can surely do this” We provide an environment to encourage children to go one step higher on their personal confidence ladder which builds self-esteem makes them independent and self-reliant.
We balance between play-based learning with educator-guided experiences for each child’s holistic development. Music and Movement is an integral part of our daily timetable.
We plan learning engagements using story-telling and field trips to nurture values, literacy, numeracy and respect for the environment