Activity Centre

Activity Center

3- 8 Years Old

At our activity center, children learn things that they are not exposed to in a traditional school. This gives them an opportunity to hone their creativity, their problem solving skills and boosts their confidence in encountering unseen circumstances. It also develops in them a love for reading and learning.

Teacher reading


Skills That Children Will Learn

Children learn about the world through the use of some new tools and some age-old proven methods and puzzles.  In our Activity Center, individual and group activities focus on building a growth mindset and creating life long learners.

  • Social Skills
  • Self-Reliance
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Creativity

Curriculum for tiny tots

Afterschool Program Details

Our curriculum is designed to help your child gain self confidence and self esteem. It enhances children’s social, language, emotional and physical skills. It also gives them the confidence to keep trying out new things and approach situations with a can-do attitude.

Children read a lot of fun story books at our activity center. We place significant emphasis on developing love for reading amongst children. To enhance their language skills, we use a lot of word games along with a stimulating environment where they are surrounded with word walls containing new word of their level.

We expose kids to fun games that are intellectually stimulating. Different games are used at different age groups. Ancient games like reversi, with a simple set of rules stimulate strategic mindset amongst children. It helps them think about multiple subsequent turns. It also helps them look at situations from their opponent’s perspective. On top of that, it gives them a very good reason to get better at skills like counting and adding!

At Glo activity center we let a child’s creativity bloom by engaging them in activities which provide them with infinitre options of expressing themselves. Also, we make sure that kids are able to express concisely what’s on their minds. They are encouraged to form their own opinions and express them in front of others respectfully.