Safari Kid Kharadi students indulged in messy play activity using white flour as the medium

Turbo Toddlers

15 months to 2 years

Safari Kid accepts enrolments for children 15 months (and they do not have to be potty trained) to two years old for our Turbo Toddler program. We stimulate their minds with interactive learning, songs, poems, creative play and circle time. Children are introduced to the basic concepts of phonics, numbers, shapes, colors, beginning sounds, reading, speech development, math and much more. This program is specifically designed to build a strong foundation for your child. This is our first step in our accelerated preschool program and prepares students for their advancement to Level 1.

Detailed assessment reports are produced every term (though assessment is ongoing) across all the twelve development areas that we focus on. Children can transition from to Level One as soon as they’re ready (even in the middle of the term), and we work closely with parents on a transition plan ahead of time.

The Half Day Program builds in 30-45 minutes of Hindi every day, in addition to our English Program, and in the Extended Day and Full Day programs, parents have the option to choose between Spanish and Mandarin as additional languages.

Accelerated Learning Programs

The definition of Accelerated Learning goes hand in hand with our mission. Accelerated Learning is the most advanced teaching and learning method in use today. It’s a total system for speeding and enhancing the learning processes. Based on the latest neurological research, it has been repeatedly proven to increase learning effectiveness.

What makes our Accelerated Learning program so effective is that it’s based on the way we all naturally learn. Accelerated Learning unlocks much of the potential for learning that has been left largely untapped by most conventional learning methods. It does this by actively involving your child, using physical activity, creativity, music, images, color, and other methods designed to get children deeply involved in their own learning.