Category: Learning Activities

Return Gift Ideas for Kids

“MUMMA! I want my birthday party to be dinosaur themed this year!” said my 5-year old. “But why dinosaurs?” I ask Because Raj had a pirate-themed party and Riya had a bakery theme and Aarav had a football-themed party and and..” “Okay okay I got it, we will do something different this time, dinosaur it... continue reading
bharatnatyam - Classical Dance

Introducing Classical Dance to kids at an early age

We all have those days where we just don’t know how to keep the little ones entertained and such days call for some music and lots of dancing! Dance is proven to be one of the best ways of self-expression. What started from just grooving to the music, has now evolved and taken new heights... continue reading
storytelling

Why is storytelling important for kids?

“Mumma! One last story, then I promise to go to bed!” Does your little one do this too? If yes, then you must make the most of this opportunity! Let me tell you why! Storytelling is an ancient practice that was used to pass down important customs through generations. Today, we live in a world... continue reading

Trial and Error – Using Pencil to learning life lessons

No amount of happiness compares to the time when you first held your baby in your hands, then when your baby learned to say their first word and then their first step and so on… After all of these fun and exciting stages of your child’s development arrives the most thoughtful stage- teaching them to... continue reading

The Surprising Benefits of Puzzle Solving

Puzzles are a great family activity or solo pastime. Whether your puzzle of choice is a 1,000-piece jigsaw, crossword puzzle in Sunday times, a wood brain teaser, or a 3D puzzle, doesn't really matter because all puzzles share one key element, they power our brain and challenge our thinking. The popularity of puzzles today in... continue reading

5 reasons why Origami is good for your Child.

Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. It translates as ori (folding) gami (paper). Research has shown that paper-folding, particularly in the elementary school years, is a unique and valuable addition to the curriculum. Origami is a valuable method for developing vital skills. Origami is not just a blank paper. It's a world of... continue reading