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Welcome to

Sparkling Minds International Preschool and Learning Center

Nurturing Global Citizens.

Who are we?

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At Sparkling Minds, we take pride in our legacy of over 10 years, dedicated to shaping the young minds of tomorrow. With a steadfast commitment to early childhood education and holistic development, our institution has emerged as a beacon of excellence in the field of education.

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What Parents Think?

What Parents Think?

Sparkling Minds has been a blessing for my child and me. 

As a working mother, I entrust them with full confidence to nurture my child emotionally, socially and academically. 

The attentive teachers and insightful feedback makes it an excellent choice for any parent.

Madhuri Handa

Seerat's Mom

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  • What are your hours ?
    Normal hours for preschool are from 9 am- 1 pm, Monday through Friday. Normal hours for learning centre are from 9:30 am- 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
  • At what age does Sparkling Minds accept students?
    Preschool- Mother Toddler - 10 months to 1.5 years Play Group - 1.5 to 2.5 years Nursery - 2.5 to 4 years Jr. Kg - 4 to 5 years Sr. Kg - 5 to 6 years Learning Centre- Nursery - 2.5 to 4 years Jr. Kg - 4 to 5 years Sr. Kg - 5 to 6 years 1st Grade - 6 to 7 years 2nd Grade - 7 to 8 years 3rd Grade - 8 to 9 years
  • Is there a transition period for my child? How should parents handle separation anxiety?
    The first few days of school are known as “Phase-In.” During a transition period children will meet their new teachers and classmates, and are gradually familiarized with school and classroom routines. The length of time it takes before your child attends a full schedule will depend on the age and the individual child. Children are all unique. Teachers are available to help any child who is having a particularly tough transition and teachers will provide necessary feedback to parents during the process. Separation anxiety is a normal developmental stage where children experience anxiety when they are separated from their parent. Some children have no separation anxiety and some children experience anxiety for several weeks. Teachers manage separation by utilizing proven strategies to lessen the unknown, such as classroom visitation, consistent schedules and routine and bringing familiar items from home.


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