5 Steps to take now for holistic development of your child
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5 Steps to take now for holistic development of your child

Learning and acquiring knowledge are no longer solely dependent on academic excellence; they are also reliant on children developing a variety of skills. Nowadays, holistic education is more than just a fancy term; today, it is one of the main components of the school's curriculum meant to promote a student's overall development. Children become better acquainted with global scenarios and aspects, thereby building confidence, integrity, humility, acceptance, etc.

Premia Academy focuses on holistic development of each & every student.

  • Individual Development
  • Social Values
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Development of Intellectual Ability
  • Environmental Awareness

A holistic approach to early education should be implemented in these five ways:

Learning Literacy

A student's ability to understand and evaluate meaning begins with:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Viewing
  • Representing

There's a lot of basic knowledge about sounds, words, shapes, sizes, languages, and other things around us. From an early age, children are not only exposed to these concepts, but effectively learn them in everyday life through sounds, conversations, and games that emphasize each of these concepts.

Expressive Arts

Through sounds, conversations, and games that emphasize each of these concepts, children are exposed to and learn these concepts at a young age.

Sensory Movements

Sensory development is one of the most important factors in the development of a child, and now we all know how important it is. Children's sense of smell and taste can be stimulated by using contrasts.

Speech and Communication

Child development depends on this skill as well. To be understood easily, the articulation of words and structure of the speech must be clear. In all aspects of one's life, a child needs to be able to communicate efficiently and effectively.

Ideally, every child should enjoy a nurturing, caring environment at school where they have the opportunity to learn their full potential.

Development of motor skills

Muscle activity plays a role in motor skills. These six elements form a critical aspect of cognitive development:

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Power
  • Reaction time
  • Speed

Motor skills can be categorised into two types:

Fine motor skills: Among fine motor skills are the control over hands and fingers, as well as synchronising movements.

Gross motor skills: These skills are for large movements caused by large movements of the arms, legs, or the entire body.

It gives children the chance to become stronger and more confident in their bodies. Besides helping them stay mentally and physically active, it also helps them focus on their well-being.


A person's overall wellbeing can be described as the development of his or her body, mind, and spirit. The main advantage of taking a holistic approach is that it encompasses not just mental but also psychological, social, and emotional development.

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