Tag: earlylearning

Inculcating Values In Children

April 30, 2018

Education begins at home. To be able to raise a child who is not only intellectual but also compassionate, who is not only smart but kind, who is not only courageous but self-disciplined, who is not only honest but also humble is what every parent wishes for. It’s never too early to start forming good […]

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Screen or Scream – Not Really.

April 28, 2018

My son is 2 years 4 months and has zero interest in screen – no matter what kind. When people get to know this, their response is often raised eyebrows and shocked surprise. There are also some light-hearted comments on how I am punishing my child by depriving him of screen time. Well, it is a […]

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Fun with Numbers

November 4, 2017

A Human brain is a masterpiece with the most complex machinery.  Everyone has it, yet it works differently for different people. It receives input from the sensory organs in the body and sends coordinated output to the muscles. Even though we are all born with the five senses, we do not start fully exploiting them […]

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Early START to STEM

October 23, 2017

Did you know that the first five years of a child’s life form the foundation to how he will function later on in life? They learn rapidly and grasp more quickly in these formative years than at any other time throughout their life. Early learning, therefore, plays a pivotal role in the development of the […]

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This Diwali – Gift Learning

October 13, 2017

It’s the festive season with Diwali (one of India’s biggest and most celebrated festivals) just around the corner. Diwali or Deepavali – meaning a row of lamps, known as the Festival of Lights is celebrated with great aplomb and fanfare in India. It is the time when preparations start weeks ahead. A time when we […]

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