1. Stage Exposure

Preschool days are the most important phase for a child’s emotional development; it’s when the child builds his/her confidence and self esteem. It is imperative to give children positive attention, guidance to learn and accept mistakes and help them develop confidence in their abilities as they work towards building self-esteem, confidence, problem-solving skills and social skills.

To help our children excel in life skills, we organize regular co-curricular activities such as presentations, storytelling competition, fancy dress, poem recitation, etc. Annual Day is a crucial platform where our Prideens across branches come together and mesmerize everyone with their confidence and charisma.

Stage exposure bolsters children's creative expression, self-esteem and interpretation skills – all of which can go a long way in empowering them.

2. Letters and Numbers

At Mother’s Pride, children are involved in fun-filled activities to help them recognise various letters and numbers. They also develop vocabulary skills related to letters which contribute to their language. Further, skills like sorting, matching and pairing of numbers are also learnt. Opportunities are created and Prideens are involved in various games and activities to identify, observe and play with numbers throughout the day.


At Mother’s Pride, children are engaged in intellectual activities like solving puzzles and building towers to develop memory and observation skills, problem solving, sequencing and seriation. The approach for the same is simple to complex. ID classes serve as a great medium for children to boost their cognitive and gross-motor skills while learning to manipulate the world around them. When children turn, flip, and turn things, they develop hand-eye coordination in an interesting manner. Through ID classes, Prideens are given the opportunity to become creative thinkers and good learners through a range of fun activities.


We strongly believe that no two child are alike and that every child is born unique and talented. Their innate qualities not only make them special but also go a long way in transforming every child into a confident and happy individual. It is extremely important for teachers and parents to identify and nurture the talents of little children, and to continuously applaud them for their innate qualities.
Together with a team of early education experts, curriculum experts, child psychologists, and teachers, we at mother’s Pride zeroed in on 30 inherent qualities and talents in children, which are essential for their overall d