Think Outside The Books - Putting The Fun Back In Learning
Mother & Baby India|September 2020
Think Outside The Books - Putting The Fun Back In Learning
From story-telling and custom-made lesson boxes, to home schooling and classes taught in a quirk manner, there’s a lot to explore, mums...
Simona Terron

Parents in our country usually relegate the task of teaching to the education system, and this can often result in kids not getting the best out of the experience. But, what if you could find ways in which to ensure that your child’s learning style is matched efficiently with tools and techniques that make the learning experience riveting and fun? Help your child learn about the world around them and even pick up essential life skills by starting at a young age. We tell you why and how.

ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGE

Children are powerhouses of dynamic energy, all parents know that first hand. Which is why, it’s most unfair to expect them to sit in a classroom setting for hours together, passively absorbing what the teacher dispenses via books and a blackboard. Honestly, it’s not really surprising when kids get restless, distracted, or grow bored. What about when their grades suffer or they can’t seem to recall what they’ve been taught? There’s a simple way around this, really. Simply start paying attention to how they moan and groan about going to school, when they struggle to complete or put off doing their homework, or worse, say they hate learning certain subjects altogether. Those are your red flags, right there!

OUT OF THE BOX LEARNING

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September 2020