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 Accepting Applications for Next Year


Paramapara Preschool is now accepting admissions for the upcoming academic year, offering a well-rounded education that combines Indian culture and values with global exposure. Our curriculum includes Yoga, storytelling, language classes, activities, math and more, providing children with opportunities to learn about cultures and languages. Our experienced teachers are passionate about nurturing children's development and instilling in them a sense of respect for themselves, others, and the environment. Schedule a visit to our school to learn more about our admission process.

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In the Playground


  • How do you integrate Indian values and sciences into your curriculum?
    At our preschool, we use a variety of activities and stories to teach children about Indian heritage and sciences. We also offer classes to teach Sanskrit and Matrubasha to help children connect with their heritage and culture.
  • What teaching methods do you use to help children learn English and Math?
    In our preschool, we use a variety of teaching methods to help children learn English and Math. For English language learning, we use a combination of phonics, storytelling, and interactive games to develop children's reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. We also use age-appropriate books and worksheets to reinforce their learning. For Math, we use a hands-on approach that includes the use of manipulatives and visual aids to help children understand abstract concepts such as number sense, counting, addition, and subtraction. We also use games, puzzles, and problem-solving activities to make learning Math fun and engaging. In addition, we encourage children to learn at their own pace and provide individualized attention to each child to ensure that they are making progress in their learning. Our experienced teachers also use positive reinforcement techniques to motivate children to learn and develop a love for learning.
  • How do you communicate with parents about their child's progress and development?
    At our preschool, we believe in regular communication with parents about their child's progress and development. We use a unique approach called the "panchakosha report card" to provide a holistic overview of the child's progress across various areas of development. The report card includes five sections or "koshas" that correspond to different aspects of the child's development: physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual. For example, the "annamayya kosha" covers the child's physical growth, while the "manomayya kosha" covers their Emotional development and the "Vigyanamaya Kosha" covers the Numeracy and literacy. Each section of the report card includes specific indicators that help parents understand their child's progress in that area. We also provide written comments and suggestions for improvement to help parents support their child's development at home. In addition to the report card, we encourage regular meetings and communication with parents, including parent-teacher conferences, open houses, and newsletters, to keep them informed about their child's progress and to answer any questions or concerns they may have.
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