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KIDS Explore, a fortnightly magazine distributed by India Today, helps parents guide their children to become successful learners. The activities in the magazine are carefully designed to ensure development in areas such as math, writing, reading, thinking, values and even self‐esteem. They also include stories and information that parents can share with their children together. The magazine is designed to engage the whole brain, using our knowledge about how the brain works. ‘Team Explore’ is an integrated consumer education company led by India‐based education content specialist, Gayatri Singh. Our advisors include Marie Brown, an Award‐winning US education content specialist and Colin Rose, a UK based learning pioneer, founder of Accelerated Learning Systems. • 48 full colour pages of interactive activities that look at 10 areas of development • Based on brain research and expert content • Dedicated parents’ section with tips Our website www.myteamexplore.com supports the children with additional information, videos and worksheets. Our Facebook page engages parents through fun facts, activities and parent tips. “I sat with my daughters. I asked them as mentioned in the story, what does ‘slithering’ mean? My daughter said, it’s snake type running but really fast. I feel you’ve put together fun with facts that appeal to the children’s innocence and sense of wonder!” Irawati Mayadev, Mumbai "Nowadays we very rarely get such positive feedback from the market on magazines, particularly on content supported by good cover price, as we have got for KIDS Explore." DVS Rama Rao, Head of Distribution, India Today (Distribution partner for KIDS Explore) "I was very impressed with your website. www.myteamexplore.com is an excellent website for children!" Amole Gupte is a renowned screenwriter, director and Chairperson of the Children’s Film Society, India. He is well known for his films like ‘Taare Zameen Par’.
Our next few issues will explore the wonderful world of animals – starting with mammals. I am sure our children are going to enjoy these issues and this will add to what they are learning in school.