Concept Learning

Humongous Learning with Minimal Effort

Online Homework E-sheets

Boost Effortless Knowledge Acquisition

Hybrid Phonics

Spell 350 Words Within the Snap-of-a-Finger

Ladder Reading

Colossal Reading Practice = Prolific Readers

Mathemagic

Challenging math activities done in the blink of the eye

Ginormous Curriculum

Interspersed With Generous Dollops of Fun

Overview

Children spell 350 words through hybrid phonics, become prolific readers through ladder reading, start “reading for understanding” activities, add big numbers and do many challenging math activities effortlessly without any parental help. In Tamil, they learn and write மெய் எழுத்துக்கள், start learning Hindi, learn shlokas & rhymes and do a whole lot of activities. Explore this page to know more…

Online Homework E-sheets

From L.K.G. to grade 8 homework e-sheets are posted daily at 3 p.m. on the school’s e-learning website. The 1100 e-sheets done in U.K.G. help children acquire humongous knowledge with little effort and without parental support. E-sheets are automatically corrected and time bound. They play a very vital role in insulating a child’s learning from parents’ educational background! The info-gallery to the right gives you a peak into the types of e-sheets.

Hybrid Phonics

U.K.G. children spell 350 words with less than 10 minutes practice a day through the world’s easiest spelling technique. By 2nd grade, students master a vocabulary base of 1150 words, including multi-syllable ones.

The info-gallery to the right and the video demo of hybrid phonics e-sheet on the far right give further insight.

Hybrid Phonics

Perhaps the world’s easiest spelling technique, Hybrid Phonics helps L.K.G. kids spell 106 words with less than 5 minutes daily practise. By grade 1 their vocabulary base increases to nearly 800 monosyllable words. From grade 2, children split words into syllables and spell.

Ladder Reading

Perhaps the world’s easiest spelling technique, Hybrid Phonics helps L.K.G. kids spell 106 words with less than 5 minutes daily practise. By grade 1 their vocabulary base increases to nearly 800 monosyllable words. From grade 2, children split words into syllables and spell.

Mathemagic

These worksheets have been designed in-house and are not bought off-the-shelf. They provide the framework for concept learning and help kids master spelling, math, reading, critical thinking etc., They play a vital role in making learning meaningful and burden-free. The 1-minute video and the gallery on the right, give a persperctive of the 700 worksheets done in L.K.G.

Non-sequential Writing

Tamil

Summing Up…

When written in sequence, the lowercase English alphabets are a confusing mix of anti-clockwise strokes (a, c, d, e, f etc.,), clockwise (b, h, j, m, n etc.,) and simple strokes (i, l, t etc.,). (In contrast, the உயிர் எழுத்துக்கள் of Tamil are ALL clockwise strokes). To make writing less tedious, alphabets are introduced non-sequentially, starting with simple strokes first. Math numbers however, are introduced in sequence.
Children learn to recite and subsequently write the உயிர் எழுத்துக்கள், திருக்குறள் and shlokas.

Recitation

Bhagavad Gita, Tamil and Sanskrit shlokas and rhymes are taught.
  • 750 online homework e-sheets 95%
  • 700 multi-sensorial worksheets 90%
  • 106 words spelled through hybrid phonics 90%
  • Freedom from fear of numbers through mathemagic 98%
  • Strong foundation for reading through ladder reading 87%
  • Only school with e-learning 100%
  • Fosters a love for learning 100%

Activities

Crocodiles Gobble Up Big Numbers

The tricky bigger number sign concept is taught by having crocodiles gobbling up bigger numbers!

Shopping Spree

During their shopping jaunt, children identified the prices of things by reading the tags, checked the weight of stuff and did a little shopping of their own!

Addition Pond

Fishing for fishing after mastering additon

The Clock Makers of Vidhya Peetham

Having learnt to tell time as a part of their math lesson, children embark on making their own clocks!

Ordinal Numbers

Kids have a great time learning ordinal numbers! Who said math cannot be fun!!

Nature Trek

Children went trekking in a farm, splashed around in water, played traditional games and had unmitigated fun!

Dexterous Fingers

Concentration personified, as children made toys and other stuff from sponge, play dough, chart paper etc

Number Parade

UKG kids, at the beginning of the year, brushing up the numbers they had learnt in LKG and honing their counting skills…