Nurturing a Child’s Curiosity

  Let’s say we conduct an experiment. We place a painting made up of numerous colours in an empty room. In this room, enters one adult and one toddler. Chances are the adult will look at the painting and look away within one minute, not finding anything interesting in it. On the other hand, the toddler will stare at the colours, approach the painting,

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How stories play an important role in a Child’s Development

Swati Bhatt Have you ever given this a thought: How interesting would a child’s mind be?? Think, think.. Well, turns out very! Children have the most vivid imagination. They are new to the world and its way, hence their mind isn’t “polluted” and is surely isn’t cynical. They grasp knowledge in their own way. They come up with their own visuals & versions of

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To Stay Healthy, Stay Clean

Swati Bhatt Toddler don’t need to try to get dirty. They just do! Ask a mother or a teacher, and they’ll nod their heads in complete agreement. Toddlers exhibit a strong curiosity towards their surroundings; so you will find them playing around in mud, turning their clothes into makeshift handkerchiefs, playing with food and having it all over their face and clothes.   While

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Say NO to Fast Foods!

Fast Food means two things: A. Food that is readily available. B. B. Food that looks & so good that it is eaten in minutes. Given how easy it is to produce in bulk, food brands of the world have worked diligently to popularise fast foods and have enticed children with attractive photographs of the food and toys as giveaways. But, fast foods are

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Keep Them Away From Harm

If you could measure love, how much, would you say, you love your children? Infinite, right? Needless to say, children are the apple of our eyes, and we would go to any lengths to ensure their safety. And creating an environment that ensures their safety – physically, emotionally, and mentally, is a definitive way of expressing our love for our children. Home — a

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Why Playing Outdoors is Important for Kids?

Why Playing Outdoors is Important for Kids? Swati Bhatt  “Mummy, mummy please may I go out to play?” These words were the most echoed across households when we were growing up. Or we can always say before technology took over and play-stations ,Video games and smart phone games became the pseudo playground for kids. I remember kids would step out of their homes to play

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Learning does not have to be boring!

“Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught” – Winston Churchill When do children learn? That’s a key question that every teacher/parent must ask themselves frequently and find answers to. At the Learning Curve we believe children learn when their curiosity is invoked. Curiosity is the reason children explore, and that exploration leads to education. And a sure

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Hear, Feel, Watch and Learn the Letterland way

Among the first things that kids are taught in a pre-school is alphabets. And while all kids will invariably learn all there is to learn about alphabets, the way they are taught the same will up (or reduce) their interest in learning. Let us give you below an example of how teaching alphabets can be made fun too! Let’s imagine a classroom full of

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Playing with clay is good for kids

Playing with clay is one of those therapeutic activities that helps the child to calm down and concentrate on something. Clay has always been every child’s favourite pastime; the vibrant colours, soft texture and changing shapes grab the child’s attention for hours, keeping them engaged and active. Now isn’t that what everyone wants? Playing with clay is also an excellent way to develop motor

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Teaching Kids by way of Role Play

The mind of a child is the most interesting and beautiful thing in the world. They think, act and react in their own ways! A curious child will always be attentive and will raise questions when needed, he/she will be receptive to things which make him/her curious. A smart and quick way to grab the attention of kids is to show them things that

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