Relationship between reading and child development

April 21st, 2020

Robustness is a virtue that is mostly found in children.  They are always curious about the environment in which they live. In another sense, we can also say they are very much interested in the art of socialization. But the art of socialization comes with some caveats. Its rules are mostly unwritten.  Children learn the […]

Reading in Children-: Some musings

April 20th, 2020

Reading is purely an aesthetic activity. When you read something, you are opening the portals of another world. You are getting ushered to a wonderful world of fantasy. Like the eminent English thinker, Francis Bacon had said, some books are to be chewed, some to be digested and some to be devoured.  There will be […]

How to develop the habit of reading in ingenious ways

April 18th, 2020

When we look back into history, the activity of reading will be there, sparkling vivaciously.  The ancient human beings wanted reasons for everything happening around them. Thus they attributed divinities to everything they saw, like rain, thunder, crops and even animals. The cave paintings found in various parts of the world bear testimony to the […]

5 creative activities that will boost the self-esteem of children

April 16th, 2020

It can be called a dull life if one isn’t blessed at least with a small iota of creativity.. Creative exercises are always imbued with excitement, so such type of activities are well-liked by many of us. What do you mean by creativity? Can one define creativity? This can be a contentious, million-dollar question. Creativity […]

How to inculcate self- discipline in children

April 15th, 2020

What do you mean by self- discipline? A person can do things in a definite pattern.. For example, if a child studies with a fixed time table rigorously odds are there that he will succeed. An athlete will ace the competition if he practices regularly. How they do it? This is what this blog is […]

Inculcating the art of reading in Children

April 14th, 2020

Reading can be construed as an activity that dwells upon the intellect of the reader. As bacon had said some books have to be chewed, some digested and some devoured, we have to be choosy when it comes to selecting books. As books are the portals ushering us to new worlds, they are often affectionately […]

Reading in the time of COVID-19

April 13th, 2020

What types of feelings you’d be getting while reading a book? Excitement? Happiness? Most of the times people read because reading is a portal or a pathway leading to new worlds. The stories might have been written aeons ago, still, the universality in them would make us enjoy them.  This is why we thoroughly enjoy […]

How to make Children read Classic books?

April 10th, 2020

What do you mean by classic literature? Have you ever thought about the connotations underlying? A book is called classic when it is imbued with a bit of a universality. That people living in whatever countries could feel they can easily connect with the characters. They would feel like it is their story that is […]

How to encourage children to write and read literature?

April 9th, 2020

Children are curious about the world around them. They might be having a plethora of questions such as why the sun rises in the east only? Why the peacock is having this much colours in its feathers? Why water flows in the same uniform pattern in the rivers when we look at it? Most of […]

How to develop better self- images in children?

April 8th, 2020

Have you ever thought in deep about the word ‘self- image’?  It can be defined as the perception one is having about oneself. It can be positive or negative. Experiences during childhood can have an impact on developing a healthy self- image. In this aspect, we, as teachers and parents have a lot to do […]