School-age children's thinking skills become increasingly sophisticated as they encounter new people, places, and ideas. They develop the ability to learn in abstract ways from books, art, movies, and experiences. Just as children's bodies grow through the school-age years, their brains are growing too. You will see major changes in a child's thinking skills between the ages of five and twelve years old.
To facilitate the child’s intellectual development, we at RES provide them learning opportunities through:-
- Language Development
- Curiosity Corner