Vocabulary, fluency and the right usage are three important parts of learning any language. Fluency and usage can be picked up through conversation but the development of a rich vocabulary is possible only through reading.
Maths is a polarizing subject in school. Some love it, others can’t wrap their head around it. However much you might dread mathematics, a basic understanding of maths is extremely essential for your survival in modern society.
Theatre in Education is simply the use of theatre and drama that aids academic learning. Theatre has a way to unlock the creativity and imagination of the children and when harnessed, is a powerful tool to build innovative and out of the box thinking in children.
When we hear the word ‘Kids’, a majority of us envision a child on a playground or running on the lawn. Kids have a vast reserve of energy that needs to be expended in creative and productive ways to ensure a good sleep cycle, appetite and general health.
A family is the safe space and a treasure trove of stimulus and learning opportunities for a child. Your child will probably learn more from absorbing everything you do and say, than what you teach them actively.
Pets are a wonderful addition to a family. They’re playful, they’re affectionate, and they can help teach children responsibility. In fact, some studies have shown that families who have pets are happier and more satisfied with their lives.