Little Feet classrooms are divided by age groups.

PANSIES ( 6 to 12 months )

Littlefleet Our Pansies group comprises of children between the ages of 1 year (walkers) till 2 years. We emphasize to provide this group a happy and cheerful environment and program that helps children to learn through play, also to interact with other children and develop their social skills. We aim to provide them the same care and love we would give our child at home. This group will be an ideal set-up, which includes areas for art and sensory play, dramatic play and scope for physical development. Music and movement provide enriching and interactive learning tools essential to provide stimulation in the early stages of a toddlers development. The children are exposed to activities aiding the development of hand eye co-ordination, manual dexterity and improve on muscle tone and body awareness.

SUN FLOWERS ( 2 – 3 Years)

Our colorful Sunflowers section filled with fun and educational toys, puzzles and books. Children at this age are beginning to get more confident and independent .We encourage them to achieve their developmental milestones through a variety of structured activities and free play. Children in this age group get familiar with the shapes, colours, and numbers through a variety different learning media.

SUN FLOWERS ( 2 – 3 Years)

In Dahlias section children are exposed to formal curriculum along with a wide range of activities. They are prepared for a comfortable transition from preschool environment to kindergarten. Children are exposed to more complex activities which help in refining their skills.


Bus Service for the following areas: The Gardens, Discovery Gardens,Al Furjan, Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Lake Towers, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai Marina, Emirates Hills, Meadows, Springs, Lakes, Greens, Tecom, Barsha, Jumeirah Village,Al Khail and Al Quoz.

Health and Safety

Little Feet is equipped with a Clinic, and DHA registered Nurse is on duty. Our contracted Doctor will not only check height, weight and temperatures, they also provide our children with their developmental checks. Children are taught the importance of hygiene and healthy habits, such as washing hands and brushing teeth. From the toilets to the pantry child safety has been strongly considered.

All visitors must sign in at the reception and unidentified visitors are not allowed to enter in the classrooms. Children are handed over only to guardians authorized by parents in the consent form. Safe, air-conditioned transport with first aid boxes, fire extinguishers and a female bus monitor will drop your child safely home and hand them over to only the designated person.