STAGE EXPOSURE ACTIVITIES

Self Introduction Activity

It is must for toddlers to learn who they are and to form a sense of identity. Teachers have an important role in this process. Self-Introduction Activities describe what sense of self means for toddlers and it also promotes acceptance of individual differences, address the needs of diverse learners, and encourage family participation in toddler’s development of self.By organizing such activities, we make sure toddlers often reply with observable characteristics, specific abilities and with more confidence


English And Hindi Recitation

Recitation activity helps toddlers to place emphasis on the sound and rhythm of language, thus building a toddler’s phonemic awareness and help to solidify a foundation for reading abilities. The toddler also learn to pick up patterns and sequences in poetry recitations. To develop the habit of memorizing the poetry to recite, teachers conduct regular practice and activities for the same. It links their memory with audio and visual events, making their comprehension strong and develops memorization skills.


Story Telling With Props Activity

Recitation activity helps toddlers to place emphasis on the sound and rhythm of language, thus building a toddler’s phonemic awareness and help to solidify a foundation for reading abilities. The toddler also learn to pick up patterns and sequences in poetry recitations. To develop the habit of memorizing the poetry to recite, teachers conduct regular practice and activities for the same. It links their memory with audio and visual events, making their comprehension strong and develops memorization skills.


Show And Tell

By organizing Show and Tell Activity, our teachers at Shiv Jyoti try to inculcate or develop the habit of promoting turn taking, enhancing communication skills, building listening skills, increasing Self-Confidence and encouraging team work among the toddlers. In this Show & Tell activity the children are given the opportunity to speak in front of others. Each child gets to be the centre of attention. Children share things from home with their friends and the teacher.


Role Play Activity

ROLE PLAY ACTIVITY develops communication and language skills. It allows children to act out and make sense of real-life situations, to explore, investigate and experiment, develops social skills as children, collaborate with others. Our teachers conduct Role Play activities on different themes like Role Play on Community Helpers, Super Hero and Characters of Ramayana etc. This helps children learn about different cultures and get children learning more as learning is disguised as play,


Fashion Show

Fashion fades away, but style is eternal!

Our little fashionistas and rock stars are a perfect example of the same! They rock the fashion show ramp with their elaborate gowns or funky jackets and truly set the stage on fire with their dazzling performances. We are certain that you will not be able to take your eyes off them as they showcase their confidence, grace and the extravagant spunk! The highlight of the show however, is how they leave you spellbound. Such stage exposure also bolsters the little ones’ creative expression, self-esteem and interpretation skills. 


Healthy Baby Show

In an Endeavour to give the perfect start to the most cherish able childhood of the little ones, we host a spectacular Baby Show contest. Here, the toddlers’ most innate talents are unleashed and their lovable qualities get the spotlight. The parents get an opportunity to witness their children not only coming out of their shells but also melting hearts of all the onlookers. It’s not only Kota’s most awaited event for babies, but also the cutest one!


Show Your Talent

Stage exposure bolsters Children’s creative expression, self-esteem. So The Shiv Jyoti Family provides a platform to our tiny toddlers to help the kids in overcoming with their Stage or crowd phobia. This helps kids in learning to express themselves among many people and gradually they accommodate in their circle, class, friends, school nicely.