Stories affirm who we are, and allow us to experience the similarities between the real or the imagined. Stories help us make meaning of our lives. They have the power to transform our perceptions of the world
Some of our most vivid memories from our childhood are of stories that someone told us specially Grandma's stories. They weren't really stories in books, but were real stories about family members, people around us, our society and even us!
Research proves that children between birth to six years are in a sensitive period for language. By living in the world they pick up and mimic our language.
In our Story Telling Sessions we give the smallest of children new vocabulary and help them to hear specific sounds in the words we speak. However, we also do something that seems to be missing in our world today. We use rich language with the children, we speak with them clearly, and we model pronunciation and tone in conversation. And we tell true stories that they can relate to and that might stretch their minds just a bit.
Do you take pride in boasting about your child's skills in handling mobile phones, playing video games, or operating TV channels, then do your little one a favour...
What starts as a harmless attraction towards gadgets soon became an inseparable part of your child's life. The more these gadgets become a part of their life, the more they start losing real human friends.
The vocabulary includes nothing but -- shooting angry birds, running from temple to temple, losing candies, and enthusiastically jumping off trains!
A simple flashback into your childhood & you will realize that...
We had real friends...
We ran around and played...
We let our energy be constructively utilised....
So if you believe that your child deserves a fabulous childhood that you had...
Enrol your child for an hour each week to enjoy the Dying Game's of yesteryears such as:
- Hide n Seek
- Tag ( Vish Amrit)
- Musical Chairs
- Four Squares
- Blind Man's Bluff... & many more
Let your child live his/ her real childhood as every child is worth it!
- Camping & More
- Photography (8ys to 15 yrs)
- Baking (for the parents)
- Oil Painting
- Glass Painting