Infant care at SEED is designed with your baby in mind.
We are focused on keeping your baby happy, engaged, and secure.
In this loving, healthy, safe environment, your baby will receive individualized attention for development, care, and play. We have designed a wondrous world to foster the daily development of infant minds and bodies.
At SEED, your baby’s primary caregiver is a trained, nurturing staff who is focused on keeping your baby happy, engaged, and secure. More than just a daycare, your little one starts his or her learning journey with us. We develop a personal care plan for each infant based on his or her unique schedule, nutritional guidelines, and any other special attention he or she requires. We work with you to ensure the smooth transition for your child in a setting that feels like family.
Abel John Abraham has been attending Seed IITM Research Park infant care since he was around 15 months old. Despite being at an age where separation anxiety is at its peak, Abel quickly adjusted to the new environment of fun- learning. Thanks to the loving, compassionate and trained teachers at Seed who made the transition at very ease for Abel. Various indoor and outdoor activities at SEED are great to develop sharing, caring and interpersonal skills. Abel now misses the fun at the Seed and looking forward to resuming the sessions when the school reopens.
Father of Abel John Abraham SEED IITM Research Park
Our Program Helps Babies Make Sense Of The World
Our carefully planned program encourages your baby to:
Discover and develop all bodily powers in soft and safe surroundings
Learn to communicate, with a lot of singing, reading, smiles and hugs
Use the five senses to explore and observe
Develop early memory skills and start to focus attention for short periods of time
Work on physical milestones like rolling over and crawling
Develop fine motor skills like coordinating hand movements
Begin to interact with other children
We love to share your child’s experiences through daily communications as part of this important partnership.
A DAY AT SEED
Purposeful Play is Early Education
Each day is packed with carefully designed activities structured around the six main development areas. Here are a few example activities: