Next in the series of the KidEngage Writing Competition winning entries, we have the winner of the Short Story category for the 12-16 age group. Pranay Mathur of CHIREC International School has spun this tale of fantasy, adventure and thrill, and boy, has he spun a story! Get ready for a ride while sitting at the edge of you chair, and be ready to encourage this young writer by liking and sharing his story.Read More
This poignant tale that will definitely leave you with a lump in your throat has been penned by Diya Anup, a student of National Public School, Indiranagar, Bangalore.
Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers.Read More
“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…”Read More
Team KidEngage decided to publish the writing competition winning entries as a series, so that you can see for yourself how deserving each one of those were of the prizes. Every week, you will be presented with one award winning entry. Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers.Read More
Journaling is often a good activity for kids who are reluctant to write or, in some cases, reluctant to speak. The versatility of journaling makes it very helpful to be incorporated into many different areas of learning, including math, science and social studies. Let’s say, if your child is having difficulty figuring out how he’s solving math problems, try putting together a math journal. It can be as simple as a notebook in which…Read More
It’s that time of the year again! Summer holidays are about to end, and we are going to bid them adieu with a bang at the ‘Hyderabad Kids Fair Summer Carnival’. As the Learning Partner for the Kids Fair, KidEngage is organizing Free Workshops, Art & Craft activities, and Music and Dance concerts in the evenings! All you have to do, is book your Entry tickets to the Fair HERE and reserve your spot for the FREE workshop slots. Avail an…Read More
It is very important to introduce children to museums Museums open up a world of imagination and exploration. It is important to introduce children to museums at an young age, in order to broaden their knowledge. There is no shortage of research indicating the benefits of museum visits for children. A visit to the museum can provide memorable and immersive learning experiences, apart from provoking imagination. The visit introduces children to unknown worlds and subject matter, in addition…Read More
An excellent resource for narrative writing . The story itself makes the kids to be seated at the edge of a chair with a curious mind waiting to know what will happen next .The content of the story teaches all the qualities needed for writing , developing a plot, observation , imagination, dialogue, suspense, poetry and romance . It has more text when compared to other picture book , but still an interesting read .Read More
Here are 10 ways in which you can encourage your child’s creative writing skills and help him be a better writer, poet, author or any other successful person in the literary field.Read More
Many young people have stories and ideas and they are writing them down in diaries or stories for school but the question most often is, how can I become a proper author?
At the young age of 17 years, when most of the young people are busy on phones, social media, and with friends, here we have Kovida Yalamanchi who is not only launching her short stories book: “The Window Seat & Other Stories” and to top that,she is also mentoring and supporting underprivileged girls with her initiative. Her book will be officially launched on Sep 25,2016. We caught up with her just before the launch and discussed about her book, her dreams and advice she had to offer young writers like herself. Read on for the complete interview.Read More