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Social Skills 101

Goal: To learn and generalize age-appropriate social skills in context.

AGE :6-12 years

Minimum no. of participants: 2


The program focuses on helping children who have trouble with social skills The sessions are

tailor-made. The needs and difficulties of the children in the group are taken into account when determining the content of each session. The program contains evidence based interventions that include:

· Modelling ( examples of correct behavior)

· Shaping ( positive reinforcement of correct behavior )


The training encourages transfer to daily life by recreating real life situations through

· Role-play

· Social Stories


Various social skills are taught by recreating real life situations while playing with peers.

  • Self-introduction

  • How to get to know others,

  • Considering own/other’s feelings,

  • Non-verbal (emotional) signals,

  • Giving and receiving compliments,

  • Giving and receiving feedback,

  • Respect and problem solving.


In addition, by having successful social experiences with others the program will focus on


  • Becoming friends with new (and old) classmates,

  • Feeling confident in the new class

  • Classroom and playground behavior.

  • Reading a book together

  • Discussing the story and practicing skills like concentration,

  • Empathy

  • Turn-taking.


Social Skills—Little League


AGE:2-5 years


A play-based, social skills program for young children who need to learn how to play with their peers and/or siblings. The children develop and improve their social skills through supervised cooperative play with toys, games, and fun activities that facilitate interaction. Children are encouraged to move from solitary play to playing next to each other and eventually to playing and interacting together.


The Social Skills package :

  • 8 sessions of 1 hour

  • Parent meeting at the end of the series.

Critical Thinking & Visual Literacy 101

Goal: To develop an analytical mindset and become a problem solver.

Age: 7-13 years

Minimum no. of participants: 2


Children learn how to sift through complex information,ask the right questions and become reflective thinkers through games and literacy based activities that teach and reinforce these skills.

They are taught practical methods and strategies  that can be easily applied in new situations. The games and activities promote them to become more logical and evolve well thought out judgments. They develop 3 habits of of critical thinking mind- curiosity / skepticism /humility.


Skills Taught:

  • Cognitive skills- learning how to learn

  • Reflective Thinking

  • Independent Thinking

  • Understanding/Making  connections

  • How to be a problem solver/Becoming a part of the solution

  • Apply/ Analyse/Evaluate Information

  • Being open minded

  • Creative and critical thinking skills



  • Confidence building

  • Leadership and team building

  • Inferencing skills

  • Creativity and thinking out of the box

  • Learning to respect and tolerate others' perspectives


The Critical Thinking and Visual Literacy 101 package:

  • 6 sessions of 1.5  hour

  • Parent meeting at the end of the series


Study Club

Goal: To learn requisite skills to complete school homework/assignments/study, and foster self-motivation.

AGE:  10-14

Minimum no. of participants: 1


The Study Skills program focuses on “learning how to learn”. We aim to teach children basic study skills to support them to become lifelong and independent learners. In this program the children will get an understanding of the skills that are involved in learning and studying.


Structured instruction and practice is provided to develop skills such as:

  • Identifying your learning style and learning strategies to support your learning style

  • Planning and Organization;

  • Breaking up a task;

  • Different ways to study and work on home based assignments.

  • Note taking,scanning text, paraphrasing, summarizing, memory strategies etc.

  • Self motivation techniques and strategies to remain motivated to learn


A follow up program for children in the age range of 14 and above can be on writing assignments, studying for a test and how to answer exam questions.


The Study Skills package :

  • 8 sessions of 1.5 hours

  • Parent meeting at the end of the series.

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Enrichment Programs

A series of engaging after-school and holiday programs for individual and small groups of children programs conducted by professionals at The Learning Umbrella. We call them Learning Curves.


An engaging activity is one that holds children's attention, awakens their imagination, and inspires them to want to learn more. Activities are not seen as ends in themselves, but as vehicles for creating values, building skills and solidifying relationships with peers and adults.


The various programs in Learning Curves focus on both academic and non-academic skills that are essential for school. Hence, these programs have a direct impact on how students fit-in, adapt and thrive in their school and classroom environments/routines, while also boosting their academic skills.


The Learning Curves programs:

  • Are taught in context through computerized and/or non-computerized programs;

  • Are suitable for children between the ages of 3 and 17 years;

  • Are conducted in age/skill-matched groups with a maximum teacher: student ratio of 1:4;

  • Are customized, fun and engaging.

Art Class Girl
Nursery Play
Learn to Read
Happy Kids Huddle
Girl Blowing Bubbles
Kid's Drawing
Boy Coloring
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