As a precautionary measure around the spread of COVID-19, all our centres are shut down this week across cities. We know that the little ones will be full of energy and there is no reason we should discontinue the learning when there is technology at our fingertips.
With this in mind, we bring to you KLAY@Home – a remote learning and engagement solution exclusively available for KLAY children, digitally. Starting Tuesday, 17 March 2020, we will be launching three weekly 2-hour online sessions for two broad age groups (K1, K2 to begin with). The program will also include offline activities to engage the child. The resources that are being made available are aligned to the KLAY curriculum and are built to engage the child basis what has already been taught.
How you can access it
The live sessions will be brought to you via WebEx streaming, the links of which you can find in the day wise schedule below. The recorded videos of the sessions will also be available for later viewing
You’re not alone
Overnight, with social distancing becoming the norm, we will stay united by sharing our experiences. We encourage you to share your child’s learning journey through KLAY@Home on the closed Facebook groups of your respective KLAY centres. You can also post any questions you may have regarding the program or any specific activity.
Help us help you better
Do help us by sharing your feedback on the link as we continue to improve your child’s learning experience through the next couple of weeks.
Day 9: Wednesday – 01/4/2020
Please find the link here (Will be available at 11:00 AM)
Age Group: PreK, K1 & K2 (3-6 years)
Time duration: 40 minutes
Session Preparation (for parents):
1. Helping at Home-Folding Clothes
Materials Required :
|31st March, Tuesday||Toddlers ( Jr & Sr Toddler)|
KLAY at Home Sessions
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