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A child's development depends on his adaptability of the environment around him, we at Era Kids ensure an overall development of the child by ensuring that every child participates willingly in these development based activities. The Activities are so designed as to ensure entertainment for the kid but still educating them in the process.

 Emotional Development
  • Identify and deal with feelings and emotions appropriate to developmental level
  • Develop curiosity and the need to explore and investigate anything new
  • Execute routine independent of caregiver’s direction, most of the time
  • Sometimes a leader, sometimes a follower
  • Work alone, in small groups and in large groups as occasion requires
 Social Development
  • Begin to understand relationships and responsibilities of others
  • Begin to understand differences among people and families
  • Participate in a group and learn the give and take of play
  • Enjoy being with other children
  • Begin to understand that self and others change
  • Understand that parental figures care for home and family
  • Work and play cooperatively with other children and adults

Physical Development

 Gross Motor
  • Perform simple motor skills (hopping, jumping and walking)
  • Perform simple gymnastics with supervision
  • Use equipment like swings and other resources for large muscle development
  • Start developing eye-hand coordination
  • Catch a large ball from a distance of 5-8 feet
  • Throw a ball from a distance of 4-6 feet
  • Roll a large ball to target
  • Practice ball skills
  • Practice simple motor skills in games and activities
  • Balance on one foot for 5 seconds and hop 4 times on each foot

 Fine Motor
  • Use fine motor coordination skills (cutting, pasting and stringing small beads)
  • Use fine motor skills that enable the child to grasp and use a crayon appropriately
  • Paint with a large paintbrush on a large piece of paper
  • Assemble a 6-10 piece puzzle
  • Develop hand-eye coordination
  • Push pegs into a pegboard
  • Lace following a sequence of holes
  • Use crayon or pencil with control within a defined area
  • Connect a dotted outline to make a shape
  • Reproduce simple shapes
  • Follow a series of dot-to-dot numerals to form an object
  • Use scissors with control to cut along a straight line and a curved line
  • Use fine motor skills to string on ten small beads
  • Develop finger strength and dexterity

Cognitive Development

 Concept Development
  • Understand a few opposites (in/out, up/down, open/closed, stop/go)
  • Understand some directional words (in, out, over, under, on, off, top)
  • Recognize and name concrete objects in the environment
  • Do basic classifying tasks (shape, size or color)
  • Pay attention and concentrate on a task for at least ten minutes
  • Demonstrate use of basic cause and effect reasoning, some of the time
  • Describe a simple object using color, size, composition, shape and use
  • Identify and name a circle, triangle, square, rectangle and diamond
  • Recognize and name primary colors (red, yellow and blue)
 Oral and Written Language
  • Participate in simple discussion
  • Initiate a conversation on a familiar topic or event
  • Listen and follow a series of two oral directions
  • Speak in four to six word sentences
  • Ask simple questions (who, what, where and why)
  • Identify common sounds
  • Give personal information (full name, gender and age)
  • Participate in group discussions
  • Describe a picture with three statements
  • Auditory recognition of words that begin with the same letter
  • Associate a letter with its sound in spoken words

 Reading Readiness
  • Recognize and repeat simple rhymes, songs and finger plays of 4 lines
  • Describe an action being represented by a picture in a story
  • Listen to short stories and simple poems
  • Identify what is missing from a picture
  • Express an interest in learning and in the printed word
  • Assemble picture by time sequence to tell a story
  • Predict what will happen next in story
  • Compose an original story by dictation
  • Retell a short story in their own words
  • Identify most upper case and lower case letters


Demonstrate an accurate sense of touch smell and taste point to, identify and tell the function of the parts of the body. Have a basic understanding of health and good foods and their importance understand that each animal needs its own kind of food and shelter identify and observe some basic needs of plant life .Learn about the animal kingdom .Understand and respect plant and animal life and their importance. Understand the balance of nature. Describe foods by taste.


Rate count from 1 to 20. Understand original positions first through fifth Recognize most numerals from 1 to 20 Begin to understand concepts of adding and taking away. Identify a set as a collection of objects that have a common property. Establish one to one number is one more than the preceding number. Understand some fractions.

 Art, Music and Movement

Show an increasing curiosity and sense of adventure .Use an art medium to communicate a story or idea. Draw a human figure with major body parts. Participate in socio-dramatic play verbally or non-verbally. Develop rhythm and body coordination. Retell story through art, creative drama and music