Children’s Day2017 special was an awesome day to remember. Ishaan was happy with many compliments for his colour dress at school. In excitiment he did not change his dress 😉 Every year November 14th is celebrated across India as Children’s Day on our First Prime Minister of India’s – Chacha Jawaharlal Nehru Birthday. Continue reading
Teaching Numbers is so much fun. Many ways can be adopted to teach numbers. Few to name are counting through objects / toys, dictation, drawing images, counting pictures, and many more. Best way to remember numbers is to practise them. Continue reading
Hello all, Ishaan dad is mostly travelling for business purpose these days. So I had a thought to teach Ishaan about countries and their flags (where his dad was travelling). To remember we both drew flags and discussed about it. Teaching Country Flags was fun! Continue reading
Hello folks, Happy Deepavali to all. Diwali or Deepavali is the Hindu festival of lights celebrated every year. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, it spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Continue reading
Sudha Murthy, is the chair person of Infosys Foundation, member of the public health care initiatives at the Gates Foundation an acclaimed philonthropist celebrated story teller full of wit and energy. She catches our attention every way. She is a simple loving mother 🙂 Sudha Murthy – an acclaimed philonthropist celebrated story teller full of wit and energy. Continue reading
Kids are always receiving informations. They observe every move of yours and others around them. Stop comparing your kid to others in any aspect. Instead help them build their knowledge and teach them How they can lead life happily? What they should do when in a problem? How they can be safe in this society? Let them build a competitive culture to break down their own records in every good aspects. Continue reading
Dasara is a 10 day festival celebrated in India and around the world. It is dedicated for all the devi(s) or Goddesses Durga and Saraswathi. Days include Saraswathi pooja – a dedication for all the materials we use for educating us (Books, stationary, etc). Durga Pooja – a dedication for her brave victory over the buffalo demon to help restore Dharma. Vijayadashami – a day dedicated to perform pooja for all the instruments or machines we use at home or office. Few people celebrate by making a statue of Ravana and burning him as killing the evil.
The festival played a historical role in the 14th-century Vijayanagara Empire, where it was called Mahanavami. The city of Mysore has traditionally been a major center of Dasara-Vijayadashami celebrations in India.
People keep dolls for displaying in 7 steps. All kids are invited to watch the display and listen to the story behind every sequence displayed. Most traditional and heritage of these are come along a long way…
Here are few photos displayed at Ishaan School.
A visit to Ishaan’s school friend was also awesome!
Recently, I found a soft dog toy in my mother place which was very dirty. Ishaan was insisting to play with it. So I thought I can teach him how to clean and then he could use it to play. Now he wanted to wash the soft toy too. With what? Continue reading
Last weekend we had enrolled Ishaan for making of a Clay Doll workshop. It was a huge crowd and lot of kids participated. He enjoyed too and we could know how he behaved with kids not from his school. He had new friends. We had a great time. A clay Doll workshop for Dasara was an experience to remember 🙂 Continue reading