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THE TINYVILLE CLUBHOUSE

For 3 years & above

Tiny Toddlers to Pre-schoolers

The foundation years are the prime years, where the basic aspect of child's nature and his/her outlook towards the world is shaped. For a young mind to reach its full-potential, mere textbook-based education and academic knowledge is not enough & thus, the focus of our Clubhouse is laid on holistic development of the child, taking into account every aspect of his/her personality.

Mindful Middle-schoolers

The Tinyville Clubhouse welcomes to mid-schoolers to an exclusively curated right-environment for them to thrive.

Being an organized space, in addition to having facilitators providing undue support and undivided attention to our tiny members, we encourage children to play independently. Providing the right toys and resources to your children, we aspire to help nurture their creativity and inculcate a sense of responsibility in them.  

Fantastic Tweens

For the Teens, the Clubhouse provides library facilities on all working days. Teens interested in titles (with their complete series) - such as Amulet, Trials of Apollo, Game of Thrones, Wings of Fire, Perry Jackson, Tom Gates, the Baby-Sitters Club, Fazbear Frights, Teen Titans, I Survived, Dogman, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, along with the classics such as Harry Porter, the Famous Five, Hardy Boys, Sherlock Holmes, & many more, are free to come relax & read on all working days.

Tinyville Bookclub

Embark on a literary journey with us!

 

Fostering a love for reading, improving comprehension, and nurturing critical thinking skills in the heart of Tinyville.

 

Join our vibrant community of young readers today!

About Us:

At Tinyville Clubhouse, we believe in the magic of stories. Our Book Club is not just about reading—it's a dynamic experience designed to inspire, engage, and nurture young minds. 

 

What We Offer:

Structured Adventures: Explore the world of books in a structured yet adventurous setting, where every session brings new discoveries.

Collaborative Discussions: Share ideas, thoughts, and laughter with fellow bookworms. Every voice matters in our community.

 

Beyond Reading: Immerse in hands-on activities that turn stories into unforgettable adventures. Learning is fun with Tinyville!

Ready for School
Learning to Read

Promoting Holistic Development in Early Learning Centre

Role of the Facilitators

1. Language and Communication: Introducing vocabulary, reading stories, and engaging in conversations with children to develop their language skills.

 

2. Basic Math Concepts: Teaching numbers, shapes, and simple counting exercises to lay the foundation for math skills.

 

3. Social Skills: Encouraging sharing, taking turns, and practicing empathy to promote positive interactions with peers.

 

4. Motor Skills: Engaging in activities that develop both fine motor skills (e.g., drawing, puzzles) and gross motor skills (e.g., running, jumping).

 

5. Creativity and Arts: Providing opportunities for artistic expression through drawing, painting, music, and imaginative play.

 

6. Science and Exploration: Encouraging curiosity through hands-on activities, experiments, and exploring the natural world.

 

7. Emotional Development: Helping children identify and manage emotions, building self-confidence, and teaching conflict resolution.

 

8. Pre-Reading and Writing: Introducing letters, phonics, and basic writing skills to prepare children for literacy.

 

9. Cultural Awareness: Exposing children to different cultures, traditions, and perspectives to foster a sense of inclusivity.

 

10. Play and Fun: Recognizing the importance of play in learning, as it helps children develop problem-solving, imagination, and social skills.

 

Remember that every child is unique, and teachers should tailor their approaches to suit individual learning styles and needs

Origami Toys

Its a Clubhouse for the curious-minds!

  • Open 6 days a week from 12pm to 7pm (closed on Mondays).

  • Membership programs available for toddlers (18+ months) to tweens (14 years of age). 

  • Reading room(s) available for teens on all working days. 

Things to remember while accessing the Clubhouse:

  • Toddlers (18 months to 3 years of age), are requested to be accompanied with a guardian.

  • A member can access the Clubhouse for upto 2 hours in a day. 

  • No edibles allowed inside the Clubhouse as we love books & books don't like food sticking to it or coffee rings made on them.

  • Water bottles must have a name tag on them & preferably be handed over to the facilitators at the time of entering the Clubhouse.  

Toy Train
Daycare Center

What would you find @ the Clubhouse: 

a) Print-rich environment 

Your children will interact with many forms of print like books, magazines, word displays, stories, poems while being at the Clubhouse. We believe that such are the best ways to encourage children to love reading, fostering their language skills and develop their creative thinking. 

b) Creative trolleys

By making supplies accessible to the children, we encourage them to be independent. They are encouraged to help themselves to the buffet of materials whenever they feel like creating.

c) Low shelves, baskets, boxes & trays displaying toys

Accessibility being the key, the Clubhouse is build in the manner that would encourage independent play. The children, here, can help themselves to their own toys without having to ask for assistance. 

d) Open-ended toys

Most of our toys are open-ended. We acknowledge & appreciate how these toys develop creativity, decision making and problem solving skills. Knowing that, there is more than one way to play with the toys, children hardly have to approach any adult for help since there is no right or wrong. 

e) Calming environment

The Clubhouse provides our tiny-tots & teens - a clean, cozy & calming play area & reading space that helps to nurture their creativity and independence. 

f) Play corners

From having a dedicated space for language development, reading corner, food & kitchen play, art & craft section, blocks & puzzle corner - the Clubhouse provides a scared space for the children to grow holistically.    

Children playing at kindergarden

For members only

Group Time & Independent Sessions

Circle Time/ Group Sessions

We love the Circle time, also known as the Group time. Believing that play-time is the key to learning about the world, in a ratio of 4:1, the children are taught to sit together and learn as a group. Co-working helps them understand & learn qualities such as sharing, bonding, empathy, respecting other's space & prospective etc. and thus, on a whole, helps them build a versatile, strong yet humble personality.   

The Clubhouse promotes group activities such as Story Time Clap, I Spy, Scavenger Hunt, Phonic games, Art & Craft sessions & Origami etc.

Independent Sessions

During independent sessions, the assigned facilitator would focus on improving one's reading & writing skills/ developing language skills, engaging the child in activities to promote problem solving, developing memory, planning & investigating,  concentrating & personality development.  

Playing with Toy Train

The Clubhouse promotes learning through play, to refine basic skills as below:

a) Language
For language development, vocabulary growth & effective communication, children must be able to use symbols for representing reality. In play, children use objects to represent real-life things, which then carries over into using words to represent those same type of things. At the Clubhouse, play-time would thus involve oral communication, singing songs, & reciting rhymes, which all aid in language development. 

b) Fine Motor
Play that involves using small tools, grasping utensils etc. that helps develop fine eye-hand coordination, thus, fine motor skills. The facilitators thus use activities which involve things like scissors, crayons, paintbrushes, blocks & playdough for children to improve their fine motor skills.

c) Gross Motor
Play that involves whole body movements help in gross motor development in children. The Clubhouse caters to large muscles engaging activities such as skipping, jumping, running, tumbling & riding bikes. 

d) Social

We, @ the Clubhouse, believe that experiences during play-time offer ample opportunity for children to learn social skills and social rules or norms of behavior. The Children communicate with others, not only verbally but also non verbally. Kids also practice social concepts during their play-time such as sharing, taking turns, empathy, teamwork and compromise.

e) Emotional
Play-time takes care of many of children's emotional needs. It gives them the opportunity to express positive emotions through laughing and smiling. Active play is helpful for children to reduce stress, raise mood and induce sense of achievement and high self-esteem. We also believe that through play, children can also work through scary or challenging situations in their lives or from their imaginations. 


f) Problem solving
During their play-time, children build upon concepts they have previously learned. These concepts may involve planning, cause & effect relationship, and how to move or manipulate various types of objects. What amazes us the most is how they look at what works and what does not & then try different ways to accomplish their goals and solve challenging problems.   


g) Creativity
Pretend play offers children an outlet for their imagination. They can learn about the world through role-playing and creating imaginary worlds. The Clubhouse encourages such learning and divergent thinking as the same promotes children in finding creative ways to tackle issue/ problems and exploring various solutions.
 

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CONTACT

Annex 2, Harcharan Bagh

Delhi 110030

(+91) 7827360341

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