Third

8-9 Years Old

Class Overview

Third

In addition to age-appropriate activities in Third Class, which prepare a child for success in formal school; various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, numbers, general knowledge, music, art.

  • Concept knowledge through teaching aids
  • Computer knowledge through praticals
  • Environmental knowledge through field trips
  • Roleplay
  • Debate
  • Age Group:
    8-9 Years Old
  • Class Size:
    10 Children
  • Timings:
    Summer, 8.30 am - 1.45 pm
    Winter , 9 am - 2 pm
  • New Blooming Buds is a great place for my daughter to start her schooling experience. It’s welcoming and safe and my daughter loves being there.

    Rakesh Kumar
  • I have a 1 year old and a 5 year old who have been attending for a year now. I can not tell you how much I adore and appreciate all of the wonderful staff.

    Aman Sharma
  • I have to say that I have 2 children ages 5 and 2 and have visited various Play Schools and this is by far the very best I have ever visited.

    Rahul Tyagi
  • I would like to thank your staff for doing an excellent job for teaching my son. His skill level is significantly better since attending New Blooming Buds.

    Vandana Verma
  • This is the best play school with proper school management and friendly atmosphere where my child learns and understands easily and quicky.

    Neha Pundir
Environment at New Blooming Buds

We love giving children opportunities to make discoveries about their world by providing them with the time and space to explore.

Teachers

Our school has well qualified teaching staff that not only provide helping hands to students but also encourages them to up come with their new talents.

Individual Attention

At New Blooming Buds , individual attention is given to each and every student irrespective of his class and grades.

Events and Activites

We make our students indulge in different co-curricular activites and we also organize events on a regular basis because we want to make learning interesting for them.

  • Newspaper Reading 130 Hours
  • Indoor/Outdoor Games. 120 Hours
  • Excursion 90 Hours
  • Outdoor Activities 70 Hours

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