Daily activities for preschool

Our Philosophy


90% of brain development happens by the time a child is 6 years of age. This intense brain development only happens once in our lifetime! Quality of a child's experiences during this period both positive or negative, has a lasting impact on a child's ability to learn and succeed in life. Children, especially between 0 to 6 years, learn through multiplicity of sensorial stimuli something which happened naturally in a joint family set up. The grandmothers, aunts, elder siblings were always there hovering around the child interacting, talking, playing, feeding - basically stimulating in all possible manners. Family members would carry the child and “talk to her”, as she grew up, she helped in peeling peas, and automatically got several opportunities to develop fine and gross motor skills.
As cities grew, joint families gave way to nuclear families resulting in such stimuli to go down for the children in their most crucial years. Sandbox is on a mission to provide every child the love, attention, and scientifically accredited stimulation that they require for a solid foundation in this period. We envision a future where we partner with parents just like their extended family to empower every child for their holistic growth to reach full expression and potential.


Daily activities for preschool

Core Values


  • Holistic Growth 
  1. Focus on all developmental domains - physical, cognitive, language and creative 
    • Yoga, Agility Tools, obstacle runs to work on gross motor skills
    • Montessori Tools to generate critical thinking
    • Experiment and activity based learning to generate curiosity 
    • Travel through world of imagination by storytelling 
    • Stimulation of all 5 sense - sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste 
      • Sensorial Stimulation through variety of natural material
    • Covering all learning styles - Looking, Listening, Touching (Feeling) 
  • Right value system 
  1. Independence 
    • Focus on building a consistent routine for the child 
    • Building habits like self-feeding, toilet-training, self-engaging, clothing herself, removing/wearing shoes by self from early age etc 
  2. Empathy, love and respect for self, everyone and everything around them 
    • Mixed age group experiences 
    • Building reverence through activities like watering plants, cleaning up after play, waldorf verses etc 
  3. Awareness about Culture & Traditions 
    • Festival Celebrations
    • Folk Tales throughout the year
    • Shloka Chanting