2 months to 17 months old

A day in the life of a My First Skool infant

The most important meal of the day
Our breakfasts are not only in accordance with Health Promotion Board guidelines but also yummy and nutritious. We constantly communicate with parents to determine the ideal time to start their child on solid foods based on their developmental milestones.
Triggering brain development through our senses
By exploring a sensory board made of different materials such as sponge, pom pom balls, and cardboard, infants get to actively use all their senses and develop their brains.
Outdoors is nature's classroom
Simple activities that help infants to develop and strengthen gross and fine motor skills. This includes playing with floating toys in a basin or going on a short nature walk.
Stamping their mark with arts and crafts
Infants take part in fun, artistic activities to express their individuality and creativity, such as finger painting on paper and painting with bubble wrap.
Practicing good hygiene
Regular diaper changes and handwashing to ensure high standards of cleanliness
Healthy, scrumptious meals
Every child develops at a different pace, so we constantly communicate with parents to determine the ideal time to start weaning their child on solid foods. Our meals are made in accordance with Health Promotion Board guidelines.
Resting when it's THEIR time to rest
We observe and follow the infant cues instead of strictly adhering to a specific time to rest.
Mid-afternoon meals to keep hunger at bay
Older infants have tea breaks or snacks while younger infants receive milk feeds, ensuring they get much-needed nutrients and stay focused in school.
The soundtrack to your child's development
Music helps to build language, cognitive, and gross motor skills in a fun, entertaining way. That's why children have big smiles on their faces whenever our teachers sing our in-house songs to them.
Boosting imagination and brainpower through reading
Reading books are an essential part of our curriculum. Our storytelling sessions are brought to life through shadow puppets, props, role-playing, and more, leaving our children captivated and engaged.
Reconnecting with parents and loved ones
After a long, fun day at school, it's time for our little ones to go home and be with their families. As a security measure, all parents/caregivers must check their children out on their app upon pick-up.

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