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
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.
Effort. That extra little thing. July issue of The Child City celebrates achievers who tried and won. Stories, trivia, GK and activities to educate and inspire children to never give up. Inspire curious minds with The Child City monthly children’s magazine
Do you want to be part of a vision and effort to enable & inculcate reading in children? Be our ‘Sutradhar’ – the ‘String’ to connect Curious Club storybooks and children
We are looking for part-time volunteers to drive school contact and neighborhood programme. Not just the joy of inspiring curious minds but also an opportunity to earn great commissions.
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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.
Spending a few minutes each day sharing a story furthers your child’s interest in reading. Not only will regular reading increase your child’s language comprehension and vocabulary, but there is a strong correlation between reading at home prior to school and later educational success. The added bonus? Reading with your child will be some of…
Children fall in love with reading in a unique manner. Cuddling with a parent over a book or gathering …