read to your child

Parents: 23 Books to Read to Your Child (from 0-7 years)

Benefits of Reading to Children Did you know that sharing stories, talking and singing every day can help your child’s development in many ways? Stories, books, and reading fuel the imagination of a child. However, it is a habit that…
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Parents: Learn about the Impact of Storytelling

Stories are effective as the brain processes the imagination the same way as reality. Stories can put the whole brain to work & ensures learning for life.
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Storytelling and Multidisciplinary Classroom

How Storytelling can Create a Multi-disciplinary Classroom

Storytelling is the most important form of communication. There are stories everywhere. Our brains are hard-wired to think and express in terms of a beginning, middle and end. Stories are highly effective because the brain processes the imagination the same…
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Prepare kids for preschool

9 Tips on How to Prepare your Child for Preschool

Prepare your child for kindergarten by talking to them, but at the same time don't make them anxious I was recently approached by a young mother of a 2.5-year-old for something ‘important’. She looked flustered and anxious so after class,…
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is screen time good or bad for children

Is screen time good or bad for children?

Digital media exposure for children of all ages should be limited, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Children 18 months and younger should be given no screen time. Children between the age of 2 to 5 may…
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interview manash mahanta

Vihaan Shukla interviews Manash Mahanta, Musician

‘You can overcome everything in life if you really love what you do.’ - Manash Mahanta As part of NutSpace Inventive Thinking Level 3 (11-14 years) we conducted a workshop on Media & Journalism. We gave basic information to children…
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