Butterfly

3½ to 4½ years
  • Program Overview

    Project-based Hands-on Learning
  • Entry to the butterfly program represents a significant step forward in the child’s development. The butterfly program requires children to do independent thinking and also work as a team. The priority is to make children independent learners for the journey ahead.

    • Focus on school-readiness of children
    • Promote scientific inquiry and logical thinking
    • Infuse confidence and ownership of learning
    • Collaborative learning through projects
    • Age Group:
      3½ to 4½ years
    • Teacher-Child Ratio:
      1:10
    • Timing:
      9.00 am - 12.30 pm
    • Number of Meals Provided:
      1
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        Exploration

        Children develop scientific outlook by conducting simple yet stimulating experiments such as changes in the form of water on heating and cooling.

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        Logic

        Logic introduces the mental processes of classification and seriation playfully. It offers tools to solve problems with analytical and logical thinking.

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        Visual-Spatial

        It develops ability to read and create maps and visualize objects in space. It facilitates problem-solving and seeing things from another perspective.

       
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        Project-based Learning

        It is a hands-on approach to apply critical thinking, problem-solving and collaboration skills to acquire an in-depth understanding of an area of interest.

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        Life-skills

        Developing life-skills is an on-going process of providing holistic learning and preparing children to manage the challenges of daily life.

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        Student-led Conference

        Student-led Conference is a demonstration of the child’s progress from the level of assisted to independent performance and acquisition of more complex skills.

       
       
       
  • Weekly Activity Schedule

    Engaging, Enriching and Enjoyable
  • The Butterfly program provides an environment conducive to open-minded inquiry, risk-taking and continuously stretching themselves.

  • The ‘Key to Learning’ curriculum, coupled with the ‘Project-based’ learning, develops the ability to think creatively as well as critically. It not only makes children school-ready with literacy, numeracy, and writing skills, but also infuses confidence, curiosity, and ownership of their learning.

  • Swings & Slides

    Activity Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    Play Time

    9.00 am – 9.30 am  
      Swings & Slides
     Role Play
      Splash Pool
      Traffic Park
      Sand Play
    Key to Learning

    9.30 am – 10.00 am
      Story Grammar
      Expressive Movement
       Developmental Games
     
    Creative Modelling
     
    Artographics
    Project Time

    10.00 am – 10.30 am
    Project-work
    Writing
    Project-work
    Writing
    Project-work
    Snack Time

    10.30 am – 11.00 am
    Mid-Morning Snacks
    Mid-Morning Snacks
    Mid-Morning Snacks
    Mid-Morning Snacks
    Mid-Morning Snacks
    Key to Learning

    11.00 am – 11.30 am
    Visual-Spatial
    Mathematics
    Construction
    Logic
    Exploration
    Rainbow Time

    11.30 am – 12.00 pm
    Music & Movement
    Phonics
    Numbers
    Show & Tell
    Library
    Circle Time

    12.00 pm – 12.20 pm
    Circle Time
    Circle Time
    Circle Time
    Circle Time
    Circle Time
  • Trusted by Parents

    • I searched 15 to 20 preschools before sending my son to WunderKinder. The school offers great learning, personalized care, and parent involvement. Ashima and Ajay, along with the teachers, take care of the kids just like their own kids. My son has learned so much there. This place is not about learning A, B & C but offers all-round development of the child.

      Devika, Mother of Rudra
    • We decided on WunderKinder for our son after visiting around ten schools. Our decision was made instantly upon meeting Ajay and Ashima. WunderKinder, being their baby, reflected all the passion and care they had put in to build a joyous haven for young ones. The key to learning sessions are well-planned and interesting for children to follow. Events like the story-telling week, sports day, and annual function kept the tempo upbeat throughout.

      Ranjeeta, Mother of Harveer
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