Table Tennis -. Table tennis is a low-injury risk sport which has physical and mental benefits to players. It keeps one’s mind clean, clear and focused. Table tennis is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Playing table tennis increases one's agility and flexibility. It helps to relax and keep body in shape as a cardiovascular exercise.
Kids Gym: Gym classes provide students with physical exercise on a consistent basis.Physicalacivities helps kids strengthen their coordination. A good gym class will provide a variety of activities that increase coordination, such as ball throwing and catching, swinging a bat, aiming a bow and arrow, and maneuvering a racket.Kids gym at TDI International School is a site to relish supervised instruction in the gym will help with young ones to stay fit healthy and active.
Shooting Range: Shooting range at TDI International schoolfulfills all international requirements which is a cynosure to an expert’s eye.Playing shooting improves brain function such as cognitive abilities and learning skills and real life experiences as spatial reasoning, spatial focus, visual acuity and decision-making.
Chess: The game of chess comes with a whole lot of benefits increasing the mental faculties of a child with an improvement in the capability to learn,think and make decisions in the right manner. It builds the analytical power and makes a child learn significance of foresight. The value of persistence , concentration and hard work is derived from repeated participation of che
Carrom: Carrom board is an indoor fun filled entertaining game. It creates a competitive atmosphere in a fun filled and entertaining manner. There are also many health benefits in playing carom, which comes both mentally and physically. Studies have found out that challenging the brain with mentally stimulating leisure activities would largely reduce the risk of getting unhealthy. Moreover it would also help kids to master problem solving as well as cognitive skills.