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Gurgaon

Amity Center for Educational Research and Training
Amiown Campus
Sector – 27
Opposite Bharat Gas Depot
DLF Phase - 4
Gurgaon – 122009
Contact No. 9873398164
Email : admissions@acert.amity.edu

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Noida

Amity Center for Educational Research and Training
I – Block, 2nd Floor
Amity Global School
Gate no. 6
Sector – 44
Noida – 201301
Contact No: 9873398129
Email : admissions@acert.amity.edu

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Hyderabad

Plot No. 163,
Road No. 13A, Jubilee Hills
Hyderabad, 500033

Contact No: 9553066600
Email : admissions@acert.amity.edu

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Delhi

Amity Center for Educational Research and Training
Amity International School
Sector – 7
Pushp Vihar
New Delhi – 110017

Contact No: 8826698199
Email : admissions@acert.amity.edu


Parenting workshops

Children love to dig into mud with hands, jump into muddy puddles, squeeze the tube of cream/lotion and putting it all on themselves. While we adults think of it as mess but in reality they are making the best of what is called Sensory Experience and Learning through their Senses. Children’s exposure to sensory play opportunities is declining. This workshop would give you a fun filled experience getting messy with us to explore and learn.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Importance of Sensory Play in Early Years
  • The ways and means to provide enriching sensory experiences at home to boost children’s growth and development in all arena (physical, social, language, cognitive, creativity, music etc)

We understand the value of learning languages and enhancing communication skills of our children. But, do we understand the various languages spoken everyday by our children? The truth is that all of our children, even at a very young age, already speak one hundred languages! For a child, there are over a hundred ways to express, explore, discover, think and learn.

Key Takeaways:

  • How children learn and express themselves through varied mediums and activities related to play, art, drama, music, dance etc.
  • Ways and activities to augment children’s multiple intelligences
  • Importance of encouraging, supporting and allowing children to take part in their own learning.
  • Keys to unlocking children’s creativity

If your child constantly squirms and fidgets when he’s asked to do a task or insists on talking and asking too many questions while performing a task or takes far more time to answer the questions asked, take heart. Most people use a combination of styles but have a clear preference for one. This workshop aims at helping you identify your child’s unique learning style and also gives you handy tips, activities and games to maximize his learning skills.

Key Takeaways:

  • Identification of your child’s learning style
  • Reinforcing your child’s existing learning skill
  • Activities that will encourage the learning skills that do not come naturally to him

Recent researches have shown the rapid pace in which brain development takes place in early years. Parents, being the first teachers, of their child have phenomenal role to play in their child’s development.

Key Takeaways:

  • To utilize the early years for your child’s holistic development
  • To create a conducive and enriching environment in and around your home
  • To adapt better parenting and behavior management strategies

While children become the best of friends with their siblings, it is common for brothers and sisters to fight. Controlling sibling rivalry while children are young is important to prevent it from escalating and damaging relationships further. Through examples and discussions, the workshop will help parents unearth the myriad reasons for rivalry amongst siblings.

Key Takeaways:

  • Equip you with strategies to handle sibling rivalry with equanimity and fairness
  • Strategies to prevent rivalry, effectively reducing its frequency and intensity
  • Suggest some ways to promote sibling harmony and make sibling relations healthier

Phonics, is a child-centred approach to teaching literacy, it is widely used method of teaching to read and spell words. The phonic method emphasizes the relationship between letters and sounds; instead of teaching students to memorize words, students are encouraged to "sound out" words. The workshop focuses on - sounds of the letters of alphabet, the advantages of using the phonic method, guidelines for parents for teaching through this approach and most importantly, games and activities that give children a multi-sensory exposure to English language.

Key Takeaways:

  • List of phonic sounds
  • Suggested phonic games and activities
  • Suggested websites


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