Intellitots Word World is a fun learning program designed to foster the love of reading and writing in your child. Created for 3.5 – 12 years olds the method of instruction motivates children in an atmosphere of imagination and enthusiasm using games, music and storytelling.
Word World follows the phonics approach to reading in the early years and then gradually introduces children to advanced concepts like the art of creative writing, grammar usage and slogan writing among other things.The classes are tailored for children of different age groups. Children work on fun worksheets which are designed to encourage original thought and creativity and enhance age appropriate writing skills.
The three key areas of focus in the program are:
- Spoken English
- Independent Reading
- Playful writing
Thousands of children have benefited from this program and have become hooked to reading and writing thus leading to improved performance in school.The program has three levels for different age groups.
The program uses the phonics approach to reading and helps foster independent reading and writing habits. It covers introduction to phonic sounds and word recognition through fun games, songs, visual aids and conversation. Children work on fun worksheets which are designed to encourage original thought and creativity and enhance age appropriate writing skills.
This program is built to enhance a child’s English vocabulary and improve grammar. This is achieved through a number of exciting board games and interactive sessions. Grammatical skills are polished and enhanced through word games.
Li’l Author in Me
9 – 12 years
Children learn to dig deep into their creativity, letting their imagination lead them to develop and write various unique and interesting stories, essays, articles and poems. Throw in a splash of theatre as they enact some of their stories, and you have a winning recipe! Be it developing an interesting story from a wacky beginning, thoughtfully writing a personal narrative, creating an acrostic poem or suddenly being a journalist in the Fairy Tale Daily, this semester long format will ensure they get lots of opportunities to ink their ideas!
Neha Chaudhary : “My daughter Disha got her report card yesterday and she got an exemplary grade in phonic sounds, your efforts worked “.