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Is your child receiving optimum brain development opportunities for effective lifelong learning?

Watch the video below to understand how you can help your child.

Healthy Brain Development : Part 1

Healthy Brain Development : Part 2

Angelfish Junior Program

The program is designed for children ages 18 to 24 months to experience different sights, sounds, smells, tastes, movements, textures, balance & movement (vestibular) and body position (proprioception) through exploratory play in a safe and monitored environment. Developing each of these senses is a step toward children learning other skills as they grow.


Children will be provided with opportunities to develop their language and communication skills through various play-based activities and to understand simple instructions as they begin their social skill development. The program features flexible option to give children time to adapt to the environment and routine before joining the 5-days-a-week  Angelfish Senior Program as they turn two years old.


Our Angelfish Junior children will be given the opportunities to join activities with the Angelfish Senior children but using their own age-appropriate play apparatus and utensils.  Due to the rapid brain "re-wiring" happening during these critical 0 to 3 years of age, this program is intended to give children as much brain-stimulating and positive experiences as possible and help them develop as many connections (synapses) to their brain cells that will significantly help their future learning capabilities.  Due to the additional care and attention required, we are limiting to only five (5) students at a time. 

Angelfish Senior Program

The program is designed to help children ages 2 and above to further develop his or her independence and confidence in a nurturing setting while adapting to routines and rituals of a 5 days a week session that runs from 8:30 am to 12:30pm.


Children get to practice their executive functions and self-regulation skills while exercising their fine motor control and hand-eye coordination with our various fun Fine Motor Play. The program is designed for play-based-learning experience, incorporating various sensory and brain stimulating activities.


Children will be introduced to various art & craft activities classified under “Create & Build”, begins their early language & literacy adventure and having fun with numbers  & shapes with various play-based lessons. They will get more opportunities to further develop their social skills and self-confidence by participating in the Social & emotional development classes, drama play and Friday group activity.

Angelfish Program Focus : Executive Function & Self-Regulation

Angelfish Early Language & Literacy Program

Early language and literacy development begins in the first three years of life and is closely linked to a child's earliest experiences with books and stories. The interactions that young children have with such literacy materials as books, paper, and crayons, and with the adults in their lives are the building blocks for language, reading and writing development

Early Literacy Does Not Mean Early Reading
Formal instruction which pushes infants and toddlers to achieve adult models of literacy (i.e., the actual reading and writing of words) is not developmentally appropriate. Early literacy emphasizes the more natural unfolding of skills through the enjoyment of books, the importance of positive interactions between young children and adults, and the critical role of literacy-rich experiences. Formal instruction to require young children who are not developmentally ready to read is counter productive and potentially damaging to children, who may begin to associate reading and books with failure.

Early literacy recognizes that language, reading, and writing evolve from a number of earlier skills.  We recognize that the first three years of children's experiences in exploring and playing with books, singing nursery rhymes, listening to stories, recognizing words, and scribbling are truly the building blocks for language and literacy development.