“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think" - Margaret Mead

We do exactly that at Little Whizzarts. We target the student’s learning processes so that their metacognition improves. Which means,

Better Attention, Memory, Language & Communication, Emotional ability, Perception, Conceptualization, Thinking and Reasoning. (preferably graphical representation would work better)

How do we do that?

Experiential Learning

With our play based learning modules which comply with NEP 2020, students not just hear and learn concepts, but they get to experience what is taught, which heightens the whole learning process.

Communication & Retention

Little Whizzarts is a space where the students learn effective communication which improves their retention capacity.

Storytelling & Storyboarding

What better way to improve imagination than to improve storytelling!? Students explore multiple topics through storytelling and are taught to storyboard their ideas.

Collaborative education

Activities which engage the students to work together, build teamwork and cooperate with each other.

Think tanks

Our modules directly employ the student’s thinking mechanism, introducing them to various schools of thought.


Our ancestors knew best! During the gurukul system of education, art was the medium through which major math and science concepts were learnt. We adapt the gurukul system to modern times with our modules.

The syllabus is evenly spread across 10 levels based on their complexities. Each student can go through the levels at their own pace.

Each level explores the kid’s sketching, painting, Materials exploration, Model making skills.

Why Little Whizzarts?

  • Mathematics and Science taught using Art as a medium improves retention.
  • Art promotes visual, motor and social development.
  • Enriching experience of art changes the outlook and world-view.
  • Art allows children to externalize their feelings