Homework – the word itself invokes a sense of apprehension, nervousness and anxiety in children and parents alike. Right from the mandatory study hours every evening, to ‘tuitions’ for even the preschoolers, it seems that the homework is doing more harm than good. It comes as no surprise then, that there is an increasing clamour for the homework to be abolished from schools. However, there’s also the other school of thought that insists on reinforcement, and wonders how would learning happen if the child does not reflect on it at home.Read More
Be it the tinkling coins or the soft hues of the new currency, money has never seized to allure us, ruling almost every aspect of our lives. Ever wondered how it all began? Exchange of goods for gold or cattle, copper coins and the glittery gold pennies for the Royals, metallic coins and then crisp paper notes; money has witnessed an illustrious journey.
We take a look at the century-long evolution of the monetary system and what the future holds in store.
Books and stories help to reveal a little piece of ourselves. They make us relate to stories and characters in them and thus help us understand and empathize better. Activities like relating to others, understanding emotions, and making and keeping friends are common challenges faced by children with autism. Reading about autistic characters can act as a learning tool for discovering their place in the world.Read More
A listening ear from someone close to us is what we all urge for! As a parent, are we listening to our children?Read More
The children will be the hope and the ideas that will shape the world with the imagination and possibilities that are beyond our dreams. This is the belief that Kairos Global School has, as they are preparing the next generation to make a contribution to the world they are going to create for themselves.Read More
One of the most educational toys available also happens to be one of the most inviting! The skills children learn from Lego are important and incredible! Here are 8 benefits of playing with LegoRead More
Scribbling on paper, figuring a way through the maze, my marketing brains thought of how difficult could it be to have something like a School Card similar to having credit or debit cards. For instance, cashless payment of all school needs with all that institutions need to do is issue cards to their vendors and administration and parents could just ensure the card had money.Read More