DYPIS Little Wonder

From the day they were born, our children require emotional care and physical affection in a nurturing and soothing environment. Every single experience is a totally new one for these bundles of joy. Their world is filled with seeing, hearing and feeling, which stimulates their senses to help them grow and develop.

As your child advances onto The Early Learning Years playing with other kids helps him to unlock his social skills which will be an important lifetime tool. It also provides the vital building block for lifelong self-esteem. Being in a playschool or playgroup enhances their social and personal growth with the interactions made.

Our classroom is equipped with a broad array of materials and our programme encourages each child’s natural desire to learn. Children learn to concentrate, self-initiate, problem-solve and organize themselves. Play leads to a healthy dose of creativity, coordination and cooperation.

The Areas of Learning

Practical Life

The use of practical life materials give the child self-help skills for everyday living. The child is encouraged to be independent and confident. It brings about concentration, co-ordination, self-esteem, social awareness, orderliness and intellectual development.


The sensorial materials help to develop the five senses of touch, sight, smell, taste and hearing.


Math materials allow the child to become familiar with numbers at an early age.


Children are taught the sounds of the alphabet (phonics). Language is stimulated through oral, listening and speaking learning experiences like show & tell, read alouds at story time.


Children learn about India, our multi-cultural society and our festivals as well as the world around us. Our inquiry approach explores the world of animals, occupations, transportation, food and many others.

Art and Craft

Art and craft projects are a natural extension of class work. Each child’s work is recognised as special and unique.

Music and Movement

Music plays an important part in the life of a young child. Children sing songs and listen to music. Movement and dance to music develops motor skills. Children learn rhythm and join in using musical instruments.

Physical Education

Development of gross motor and fine motor skills at this stage of development enhances through play & fitness games and resources which form a part of the daily routine.