why my son loves google?

My five year old son loves Google very much. He simply types name of animal and delighted to see images of animal he types. Dog, cat, lion, rat or anything he remembers. He enjoys those images coming in flash. Now he extends the category into images of god like Krishna, Siva, Vishnu, images of objects like car, camera then flowers.

Board Exams: Important thing to remember for anxious Parents

God knows what to conceal and what to reveal! There was an old farmer who had worked his crops for many years. One day his horse ran away. Upon hearing the news, his neighbors came to visit. "Such bad luck," they said sympathetically. "We'll see," the farmer replied. The next morning the horse returned, bringing with it three other wild horses. "How wonderful," the neighbors exclaimed. "We'll see," replied the old man.

speaking students & listening teachers

Last week we conducted a workshop on creative thinking skills to both parents and children alike in Coimbatore. I always feel happy for interacting with children, since when I connect with them through their thinking process; I discover my own thinking process. At the end of the day, you feel satisfied to make children to talk, to discover the concepts and to be friend with strangers like us. The event was well covered by the Print media and you can look at the write up on miyav learning here in Deccan Chronicle and in The Hindu.

what they don't teach at school

Recently, I have had interaction with a group of students. I just initiated the discussion by focusing the object in front of us: A stainless steel vessel and tumbler. I told them its result of human pursuit to store the drinking water in a safe and reliable manner. When human began their first profession, i.e farming, they stopped moving everywhere in pursuit of food and settled near a dependable water source: a river.

Realizing the numbers –Maths worksheets-part-1

Children often does lot of arithmetical calculation, but rarely appreciates real associated value of the number behind it. So let’s make interest in numbers by associating it with the day to day objects. This free printable maths worksheets are suitable for children of age 8 and above. It’s starting point. You can create and develop similar exercises for your kids.

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