Infant Care

Specialised Infant Care (2 months to 17 months old)

 

Infants grow and change at an incredible pace, and each month brings exciting new development in various domains - physical, social, emotional and cognitive stages. However, it is normal for infants to grow and develop at their own pace. It is important to recognise and to understand that infant development exists on a continuum, with considerable individual differences and gaps between each child.

 

Tots N Toys Infant Care incorporates a proven curriculum that boosts motor skills as well as the children's learning potential.

 

Hydrotherapy and Massage

 

Baby Massage is a bonding activity between baby and parents, involving the process of rhythmic stroking and caressing the muscles and baby’s body with hands. Baby Spa aka hydrotherapy is fantastic for baby’s health and physical development, and as with Baby Massage, it can be introduced to baby’s daily routine as soon as after birth.

 

 

Glenn Doman Reading Flashcard Program

 

Babies are curious by nature and they love to learn. Doman’s early learning philosophy is based on fostering babies' natural love for learning by providing them the right environment and opportunity. AT Tots N Toys, we endorse the Glenn Doman programme to facilitate children’s learning in language acquisition and vocabulary of words.

 

 

SuperEdge Right Brain Program™

 

SuperEdge Right Brain Program™ is a right brain training program for children from 4 months to 6 years old. Tots N Toys Preschool partners SuperEdge to infuse right brain training into the daily curriculum of our children, enabling them to use the brain more efficiently and effectively. The parents can expect their children to demonstrate outstanding visualisation, thinking, memory and problem-solving abilities.

 

 

Heuristic Play

 

The word ‘heuristic’ comes from the word ‘eurisko’ which means to learn, discover or reach an understanding of something.  The phrase ‘heuristic play’ was a term coined by child psychologist Elinor Goldschmeid in the 1980’s to describe the activity of babies and children as they play with and explore the properties of objects from the real world.  It is through handling and exploring these objects that babies and toddlers begin to make their own choices and decisions and start to gain an understanding of the world around them.