Ho Ho Ho! It’s December. Santa, Christmas, Sports Day, Annual events makes it the month of action and celebration. In this month’s issue of The Child City children’s magazine we have the ‘Curious Club’ exclusive story ‘Secret Santa’ along with other edutainment stories, articles and activities in this year-end special issue – Krishna’s Butter Ball, World’s Tallest statue video story, drawing inspiration from the late Stan Lee are some of the other key highlights of this issue. This month we will be also choosing 25 lucky subscribers who will be receiving gift vouchers worth Rs.1000/- on Christmas Eve. Check the ‘Activities’ section for more details. So go ahead, subscribe and win. And as we always say ‘Readers Always Win
It’s not just about sharing, it’s also about acknowledging. Compliment your friend who is wearing a nice dress, thank your grandparents for their love and care, say sorry if you happen to step accidentally on your neighbor’s rangoli while playing. Spread happiness and kindness around you.
Have you ever done something that you knew was the right thing to do, but you were scared to do it? Or maybe you did something that looked very hard, but you decided to try it. That is courage in action and you probably felt very good about what you did. And you should! Courage…
My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me. – Henry Ford
It’s important to teach children to make good friends. August Issue of The Child City explains the concept of Friendship through Story – The Greatest Treasure, draws inspiration from Freedom Fighters who won the battle through peace, non-violence and with the spirit of team work.
It’s time for ‘Action’. Read June’s ‘Back to school’ special issue along with exclusive inspirational story on football legend ‘Pele’ and interesting facts about FIFA World Cup 2018 .Don’t miss the activities feature on ‘Reducing Plastic Waste’; encourage and help your child to do their bit towards a greener and clean environment. Download The Child City edutainment app and inspire curious minds
While the joy of speaking in foreign language is inexpressible let’s not leave our mother tongue behind. t’s not only a language, it’s our culture, it binds us, it breathes the one-ness in us
January is the perfect time to start something new not just for adults but even for kids. Get tips and ideas to help your child with their New Year resolution
Is studying equal to reading? Do you think just studying school text books and curriculum reading materials can cultivate reading habit in your child? Does the school curriculum cover GK updates, global news for children, new & classic children books well? If your answer was a loud ‘NO’ and if these questions crossed your mind…
Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam, former President of India, inspired the gathering with his usual charm and eloquence. The words that inspired millions, to believe in dreams and pursue it.
Tricks to manage the pestering power of children
Honestly, I feel even kids don’t like to pester. They just want to drive their point. When they were just babies and they wanted to communicate, they cried to get our attention and may be this is their natural instinct to ‘Get Attention’.