Polymath Kids

The early years of a child’s life is when the brain develops most rapidly. The quality of early childhood education is vital for the child’s improvement and personality development to secure a successful future. POLYMATH Kids is the per-primary arm of POLYMATH college lead by a team of experienced teachers qualified in AMI Montessori Education and Child Psychology.

Our objective at POLYMATH Kids is to help, develop an independent, self-motivated and confident child who embraces a lifelong love of learning. We foster this love for learning by providing an age-appropriate child-sized environment that encourages exploration and the ability for each child to learn at his/her own pace, ultimately guide them on their chosen path of success

POLYMATH Kids consists of four separate groups specialized as Toddlers, Play Group, Lower Kindergarten (LKG) and Upper Kindergarten (UKG).

Each of these groups are carefully supervised to ensure that the standard of education remains at an optimum level. Children are guided by the Exploration Learning Approach (ELA) and committed to mentoring children and encouraging them to learn, grow and have fun exploring the big world around them by providing opportunities for kids to play, listen, talk, read, write, draw, sing, dance, experiment, investigate and develop intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally.

Priority is given to following areas.


  • Habit of good citizenship
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Fairness
  • Caring
  • Honesty
  • Consequences for action
  • Personal safety & health

Work Readiness

  • Learns to listen attentively
  • Learns to work quietly without disturbing others
  • Learns to follow instruction
  • Shows empathy towards others
  • Learns to complete the work in the allocated time
  • Practices self care & maintains task such as brushing teeth, combing hair, getting dressed etc.
  • Learns to complete the given task in the best possible way
  • Learns to communicate with others well
  • Learns to contribute in discussions
  • Demonstrate ability to sit quietly both alone and in a group setting to listen and participate in an activity

Social & emotional Readiness

  • Keeps the environment clean
  • Shows the readiness to love the environment
  • Shows self-confidence, self-control, patience
  • Shows responsible behavior
  • Respect others
  • Does not try to harm others and their property
  • Behave with good manners

Reading Readiness (Aloud, Shared, Guided, Silent & Independent)

  • Knows the alphabet in the sequence
  • Differentiate lower case and upper case letters
  • Matches lower case letters with upper case letters
  • Says letters with proper sounds
  • Predict what will happen next in a story
  • Rotate stories to personal experience
  • Reading simple stories with “phonic” sounds

Writing Readiness

  • Can write the upper case and lower case letters
  • Can write the name correctly
  • Can write a word using beginning, middle and ending sounds
  • Can write a sentence with capital letters, space and punctuation
  • Writing 3 letters & 4 Letter words

Number Readiness

  • Can write numbers in the sequence
  • Can recognize numbers
  • Know the shapes- circle, square, triangle and rectangle
  • Can match number sets

 Fine motor skills

 Cuts correctly – Cuts along a dotted line and shows coordination

  • Appropriate size cuts
  • Turn paper when cutting
  • Proper grip

Pastes neatly – Handling the objects properly

  • Uses the proper amount of glue

Writes neatly – Appropriate size

Colours neatly  – Proper grip

  • Inside the frame
  • Select appropriate colours

Gross  motor skills

  • Jump
  • Throw
  • Catch
  • Bounce ball
  • Slide
  • Skip
  • Gallop
  • Hop (Left, right, forward, backward and both feet)
  • Balance (forward, backward, sideways on a balance board)

General Information

  • Knows birthday
  • Knows address
  • Knows telephone number