Children by nature are very curious. As a parent, teacher or guardian one must try to nurture curiosity. And help them in their discovery process.
Somehow, we feel, all that a child should learn or know or even discover happens in school. But that is a defined and patterned discovery which limits the critical and creative thinking ability of the child to that particular subject and to that curriculum. Do you agree? How many of you discovered or found your liking much later in life? Didn’t you feel wish I knew this before? I am sure some of the ‘Kaun banega crorepati’ questions stump us and we scout for answers in web resources.
There is definitely plethora of content in worldwide web; freely and easily available today. Some good and some bad content. Hence Parental Control and Parental Support is required to help the child with their quest.
How do you think a child will search Google when they are not even aware of that particular topic?
This is what we do at The Child City Edutainment, we create and curate content for children that make them curious to know more. Every month we have a varied mix of content in science, history, geography, technology, sports, nature, medicine and even life skills & values. And this data is presented to them in an interesting and engaging manner in the form of stories, GK trivia, pictorial info graphic, news and activities.
Here are the index snapshots of some of our past issues.
Some of the most loved and read articles in The Child City children’s magazine – Info graphic on Thomas Edison, who invented rail road, 10 facts one must know about republic day, Krishna’s butter ball, how to fight flu, water conserving tips one can practice at school and home, be the green guard and more that made children participate in school projects and class room discussions with enthusiasm and in a well-informed manner.
You can also check and read all the digital issues of The Child City on Magzter
Enable the tools to inspire curious minds. Keep discovering, keep learning.