Mornings begin cosily at Woodnote from 9 AM and continue merrily till 12:30 PM.
However, children may continue to enjoy the bliss and fun at Woodnote Daycare till 5 PM.
Woodnote kids begin their day with their favourite ‘We Time’. During this they discuss ‘How are you feeling today?’ This helps to zoom in to understanding their frame of mind at the onset of the day, segregated as Zones of Emotion.
The best way to let out negative emotions and breathe in positivity is by diving into Nature and here it’s done through ‘Shinrin Yoku’. With such fresh morning positivity the active buds move towards the Action Attic.
Here they get involved in various activities which ignite their gross motor skills and sharpen their fine-motor psyche.
With a quest for Why, When and How Woodnote provides kids with special Tinker Labs that help children have their thinking caps on while going through different games and activities. There are different labs (one for each day) to facilitate a variety of opportunities that inculcate Higher Order Thinking, Reasoning and Aptitude. As they say “Together we learn, together we play, together we grow”,
Woodnote indulges children to develop the urge towards growing together with various group activities that develop social and communication skills, besides building team spirit, which is a must in today’s world. Various group activities at Woodnote include Yoga, Dance, Art and Craft, to name a few.
Visual memory has a more prolonged effect on human minds than verbal or auditory memory. Hence, to learn and remember better, Woodnote has the Watch to Learn time at the end of the day. The animated videos illustrate the lessons they learn throughout the day making them both interesting and memorable.
The afternoons and evenings see the kids depart with a happy smile to rejoin parents at home and also with an eagerness to get back to their own Woodnote early next morning, to complete the fun of playing those unfinished games and turning out the unturned pages of life.
Does a school need classrooms? NO, just Learning Labs
Shinrin-Yoku translates to forest bathing or taking in atmosphere and was developed in the 80s in Japan. It aids healthcare and healing. We have brought this to Woodnote to help our little ones always stay in touch with nature and embrace its healing properties.
A few things give us as much satisfaction as gardening. Engaging kids in gardening from the start teaches them to be sensitive towards nature.
Our tiny tots work on the farm and bring their own produce to the plate. At Woodnote, nature is truly the nurturer.
We’ll take care of your kid through the day while you take care of your work!