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Day Care

Date: April 26, 2015 Author: playlearn Categories: Programs

Our spacious and cheerful daycare caters to children between 6 months and 12 years. Timings are 8:30 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday. We can also make the daycare available on other days upon prior request. We have monthly and daily plans available in 1- hour, 3-hour, 6-hour and full day packages. A typical day for a child in our full day plan would look like this:

Time Activity
8:30 welcome and playtime
9.30 breakfast
10-11.30 activity room, rhymes on telly, building blocks, lego, animal and alphabet blocks, shapes and colors
11.30-13.00 outdoor play, in the sandpit, in the water pool, slides and swings, and children’s cars and bikes
13.00-14.00 lunch
14.00-15.00 nap
15.30 milk and snacks
16:00-18:00 activity room
18:00 dinner
19:00 bye!


Our staff is well trained, responsible and loving towards the children. Apart from the nannies, there is a dedicated supervisor for the daycare. As most of the children are extremely young, we keep a low nanny-to-child ratio of 1:6, ensuring proper care.

We have CCTV installed in the center for added security and your peace of mind. We realise your worry when your baby goes out of the house for the first time. So when you register with us, you get a month of webcasting free so you can watch your little one settle in.

We are fully committed to a healthy eating programme, delivering quality food to all our children. All meals are included in the fees and are specially prepared each day on the premises by our on-site cook using fresh ingredients of the highest quality. Children are provided with three meals and a mid-afternoon snack. All the food prepared in the day care is vegetarian.

Sample menu for a week:

Breakfast Lunch Snack Dinner
Monday Semiya Rice, Dal, Subzi, Curd Rice Milk, Pomegranate Chapati, Subzi
Tuesday Carrot Paratha Bisibelebath, Curds/ Raita Milk, Papaya Upma
Wednesday Padu, Chutney Puliyogare, Curd Rice Milk, Chikoo Dosa, Chutney
Thursday Idli, Sambar Khichadi, Curd Rice Milk, Banana Rava Idly, Chutney
Friday Gojju Avalaki Sambar Rice, Curd Rice Milk, Apple Aloo Paratha

Being in the daycare helps kids to develop independence and confidence. Every day they separate from their moms and dads, and things turn out okay.

It’s wonderful to see children develop loving relationships with our supervisors, and learn different things from them than they would have learned from their parents. Exposure to multiple perspectives — both caregivers and other kids — makes children more resilient and able to interact with a range of people as they grow up. That’s a recipe for success in life.