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About Parent Toddler Program

An unforgettable experience for both parent and child, KLAY’s Parent Toddler Program, are unique sessions, spread across 4 days of the week and designed by our early years’ experts. This program provides an opportunity for both parent and child to together enter the fascinating world of your toddler as they start their journey of exploration and learning. The sessions include activities have been curated to build Motor, Language, Socio-emotional and Cognitive skills, in your child, making them lifelong learners and giving them the best start.

Early Years Matter

The first 5 years of a child’s life are crucial for brain development. In fact, research states that 85 percent of a person’s brain is developed by the time they reach the age of 5. At KLAY, we believe that the formative years, set the foundation of the child’s growth, cognitive development and learning milestones.

All our programs at KLAY, have been crafted and designed in such a way so as to create for your child an unforgettable journey of rich and intellectually stimulating experiences that arm them for tomorrow’s world!With a network of 165 plus centres, spread across 16 cities, they encourage children to explore the world around them and give them the best start.

KLAY – Igniting Imagination and Creativity

As India’s largest and most trusted early years expert, KLAY, sets the standard for Early Childhood Education, engaging children between the ages of 5 months to 10 years in an exciting world packed with stimulating learning experiences that arm them for tomorrow’s world! With a network of 165 plus centres, spread across 16 cities, they encourage children to explore the world around them and give them the best start.

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Panel Discussion: Together, Apart – Uniting Efforts for Children in the New World Order

With children out of school, physical distancing as the new norm, and children’s rights under threat, the new world order has “turned back the clock” on years of progress made on children’s well-being. However, it’s not all bad. As a human race, we’ve been built to adapt: we’ve seen a tipping point in technology-enabled education and the promise of a new education policy in our country.

What can we, as influencers of change in the education space, do to create a better tomorrow for children? Join us for a panel discussion where we can come together to unite our efforts to secure the future of the nex-gen and create a better tomorrow for children.