Footprints
Noida Sector 122

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PKA 23, Park Road, Sector 122, Near Amrapali Platinum Apartme, Noida, Uttar Pradesh - 201307

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toddlers-classes

09 - 18 Months

15Class Size

Toddlers keep you on toes! Where did your toddler go in just a minute? What did your toddler put in her mouth?

play-group-classes

19 - 30 Months

18 Class Size

As the name suggests it’s time to play in groups! Roughly when a child has started speaking few words..

pre-nursery-classes

31 - 42 Months

24 Class Size

PreNursery or Play School is the preparation to go to school and engage in formal education. A child needs to..

Footprints lkg classes

43 - 54 Months

24 Class Size

LKG

Footprints Nursery Schools in Delhi-NCR prepare children with strong foundation for life. Footprints Nursery schools..

Footprints UKG Program

55 - 66 Months

24 Class Size

UKG

Upper KG is the step before a child’s first ever formal school experience, hence it’s imperative that the school positions the finest foundation and skills..

Best Pre-School, Play School, Day Care & Creche in Noida Sector-122, Noida

The right preschool is one of the most important decisions that a parent can take that goes towards building a strong foundation. This is the exact reason that parents opt for the Footprints center at sector 122, Noida. Armed with a scientifically developed curriculum that helps little learners explore their unique talents, and passionate teachers, the Footprints advantage is indeed unique. Our crèche and daycare centers also work on the same philosophy where we provide individualized attention to children to develop their unique talents. Footprints isn’t just a safe physical space but a great space for the child to develop their mental and emotional faculties as well. The childcare advantage that Footprints brings is reflected in the faces of happy students and satisfied parents.

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Apoorva Malviya

Center Directress

Apoorva Malviya, Masters in Business Administration, having 10 years of experience in Business Operations and the educational sector. My belief is that all children should have the opportunity to experience the joy of discovery and develop a love for learning.I love to pen down in my free time.

Hobbies: Writing Poems, Dancing,

Experience: 7

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Sleep is very important to your child's health and well-being. It plays crucial role in brain development. Getting young children to sleep is often one of the challenges faced by many parents and that impacts adults too Regardless of your child's age, the key is to have a predictable series of steps that help him wind down from the day. In fact the routines can be set way to early. Setting a daily routine for bedtimes (and, if appropriate, nap times) and follow the schedule. Create symbols and signs as a visual representation for children to identify what routine it is now! Do not wait for your child to start rubbing the eyes or yawning — that's probably too late. Try getting off the screen 2 hours before bed time. Create routines for family as that will have major impact on children because children are constantly observing adults. You can includes activities like, music time, reading a book that your child selects, narrating a story or having reflection of the day, example, "I noticed you worked with your speaking pen today, I wonder if you wish to repeat it tomorrow," . . . #dailyroutine #preschool #footprints #myfootprintsbox #strategy #parentingtips #parenting #bedtime #storytime #teachersofinstagram #momsofinstagram #mompreneur #momblog #sleep #education #earlychildhoodeducation #goodnight
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