It is evident that most parts of a childs brain get developed during the early stages of his life. So, most children are ready to go to school by the age of three. But do all children get the privilege of attending school? The answer is obviously no.
However, Chitravansham Society through its Pehla School Program has taken all possible efforts to ensure that no child between the age group three to eight is deprived of going to school. The program also aims at the complete all-around development of children and preparing them mentally to attend school. Of course, this is achieved through extended support from mothers, teachers, and volunteers.
While focusing on all-around development, Chitravansham Society takes into account four main elements namely; physical development, social development, cognitive development, and language development.
While physical development aims at assessing how the child is performing physical activities, such as writing skills, drawing, and taking part in outdoor sports, social development evaluates a child’s abilities to adapt to new surroundings, interact with teachers and other children and check their interpersonal skills.
Cognitive development focuses on evaluating the child’s problem-solving abilities, and his knowledge of different colors, shapes, symbols, etc. Language development helps in developing the child’s ability to express his ideas and increase his vocabulary skills.