Kwakids introduces Kidville in India

MUMBAI: Atria mall in south Mumbai was the hub of activity as child development institute Kwakids Learning launched Kidville in India.

A popular concept in the USA, Kidville is a child enrichment and entertainment facility. It offers fun filled and age appropriate classes to children for their timely growth and development. The facility covers 8000 square feet in the mall.

The Kidville programs aim at increasing the confidence and helping the children grow physically, socially and cognitively in a safe, stimulating environment. Kidville offers a range of classes, in areas like music, gym, art, dance, enrichment and preschool.
It also provides quality services and products such as a Kidville Boutique, a hair salon, especially for kids, a large indoor play space as well as celebration of birthdays, special seminars and workshops for parents.

Kwakids Learning MD and CEO Rosenyn Kapur said at the launch, "Our research has shown that parents are not just concerned about their child‘s education but also about their overall development. At Kidville, our aim is to make learning, a fun-filled process while providing exposure and education through practical experiences."

Kidville Inc founder and president Rammy Harwood said, "Research shows that the Indian audiences are keen to know about newer and better means of giving their children a better life. We are excited to help change and bring in new concepts of learning with fun, education and skills to each child and develop them to a different level."

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