KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – ‘Lost’ by Tannishi

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – ‘Lost’ by Tannishi

“Don’t you know what a fair has?” asked Neelamma. The other two shook their heads sadly. “Well, I’ll tell you. There are rows and rows of shops that sell the loveliest of things you can imagine. The fair I went to in Vijaywada had absolutely the best bangle shops ever! That’s where I bought my blue glass bangles and pearl bracelet. And the ‘ice gola’ flavours were just out of this world…and the ‘pani puris…”

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “Dare to the Death” by Gyanada

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “Dare to the Death” by Gyanada

Continuing our series of the KidEngage writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won the Second Prize in the Short Story category in the 12-16 years age group and has been written by Gyanada Badipatla of Grade IX of Phoenix Greens International School. The young author totally bowled over the judges with the maturity in her writing, and the tautness with which she has told the story. You can’t not like this one!

Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the young talent.

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Fainting Surprise” by Aadya

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Fainting Surprise” by Aadya

Continuing our series of the KidEngage writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won a Special Prize in the Flash Fiction category in the 8-11 years age group. This engaging account with a twist of suspense in it has been penned by Aadya, a student of Grade VI in the DDMS P Obul Reddy Public School, Hyderabad.  Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers….

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Children’s day – Let’s celebrate in a distinct way

Children’s day – Let’s celebrate in a distinct way

Children’s day brings me down to my memory lane when I was a kid. This day was very special for us as we were allowed wearing fancy colorful clothes in school. We had cultural programs for this day where some of our teachers performed for us and we felt so glad to see our strict teachers performing for us. it made us feel special. After the function we got our favorite snacks. It was a childhood which I will always miss…

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Modern Trojan Horse” by Arnav

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Modern Trojan Horse” by Arnav

Continuing our series of the writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won a Special Prize in the Flash Fiction category in the 8-11 years age group. The story is written by Arnav Dharia, a student of Grade III of Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai. Look at how innovatively this young writer has put together the legend and the technology. We bet you will be impressed.

Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers.

Here you go!

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The ‘Notey’ Way to Kids Learning

The ‘Notey’ Way to Kids Learning

India and its tryst with Demonetization is a long story. While some are in its favour there are a lot others who were affected brutally. This gave me the idea of developing a few quick and interesting games for my kiddo, putting to use her piggy besides creating interest in Maths, a subject she dreaded.

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Children’s Day – A Celebration of Childhood Without any Boundaries!

Children’s Day – A Celebration of  Childhood Without any Boundaries!

This is a day to engage in fun and frolic. But it is not just that, this day reminds everyone to renew their commitment towards the welfare of the children and to teach them to live by ‘Chacha Nehru’s’ ideals. And for us grown-ups, it is an occasion to imbibe the qualities of childhood.

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