A Brand New Interactive Online Learning Platform

All About a Starfish​​

in Life Under the Sea

for Toddlers

Let us talk about a Starfish, one of the sea’s most beautiful animals

Session Preparation

1. Intro Video​

2. Expert Talk: Nurturing a child’s love for nature

3. Let’s Get Started: ​Stretch, jump, hop and skip to kickstart the day.

4. Learning is Fun: Let’s recap all that we have learnt about life under the sea.

6. Creative Expression and More:​ Rhyme time with some sea animals and lots more.



  • I was able to name 2-3 sea animals as the presenter was showing them.
  • I was able to identify the shape – star
  • I was able to sort big and small stars
  • I was able to use my hand-eye co-ordination while sorting the stars
  • I was able to follow instructions
How to use this?

This is a development tracker that will help you identify your child’s skill and level of competency. You may want to revisit the KLAY @Home sessions if you think your child needs more time to hone the skills addressed in the sessions.

During Mealtime: Enjoy a family mealtime game of ‘Can you find?’.  Every member takes turns in asking a question describing the food that is being served. This game will not only help your child develop his/her food vocabulary but will also make mealtime enjoyable. For example, Can you find something green and round? (peas)?​

During The Day: Encourage your children to talk about the animals they see around them and try to imitate the sounds they make.

Objectives of the week

This week we will dive into the lives of some of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating sea animals as we explore life underwater.

Sessions of the week

Tue, May 26Dolphins And Turtles
Thurs, May 28Whales and Jellyfish
Fri, May 29 All About a Starfish

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