TLRC Young Readers’

( ​ for 4- 6 year olds ​)​

Many young mothers ask us this question :  When should I start reading to my baby?

It’s never too early. Fetuses recognize their mother’s voice from the womb  and once your baby arrives, reading to your newborn is a must. Your baby won’t understand your words, but hearing your voice stimulates an interest in sounds and helps him develop listening skills. No matter what your baby’s age, reading together is a great opportunity for  bonding. Please establish a  regular reading routine from the start making book a natural part of the child’s world — one that he’ll remember with your love. And for ever !


Voracious reader  Mrs. Sheila Sivanand reading a book to her grandchild Aiden, when he was 3 months old.

Young Readers’ Program

We will train your child aged 4 years and above, to read, write, listen, watch, and learn interesting facts about life around them. At the TLRC, Young readers’ Program , your child will pick up a lot of books, read many of them, listen to still more books being read out, and, of course, fall in love with them. A combination of activities that include writing, reciting, singing, storytelling  and play-acting will add fun and value to the readings. In the weekly two-hour sessions, they will learn to communicate more effectively through speech and writing, apart from developing a more wholesome concept of communication.