The term ‘Homeschooling’ has gained momentum in the ongoing COVID-19…
This blog intends to define Virtual Schooling, and outline the differences between Homeschooling and Virtual schooling…
One day after one of his virtual summer camp classes in June, Pratham came over to where I was sitting, jumping & hugged me.
The Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated a new way of life for all. The need for change in one of the critical areas is ‘education’.
India has made remarkable progress in access to enrolment & schooling at the primary education stage.
The need for the Higher Education segment to adapt to the changing world scenario due to the novel coronavirus…
Lego Classic Brick set were Santa’s present for Pratham during Christmas celebrations in winters of 2018.
The creation of a child from a single cell is magical, and so is the development of the complex human brain.
The world of our children is nowhere near the practicalities we grown-ups feel drawn towards….
Let us read more, Let us read to the little ones more….
Notice how the title made you make a beeline towards this article?
Let their spirit be free!
It’s the little things that matter!
Hi! I am Pratham and this is my list of things I am grateful for!
December is here, the month when we prefer to slow down, snuggle up and surprise our loved ones with gifts or games.
In a world where we get so lost, absorbed in daily chores and activities, we have mother’s-day that reminds us of the power of loving care there is.
The shift the coronavirus pandemic has brought into the lives of everyone, to the families, and the style of parenting…
Having a schedule for oneself is one of the most important aspects of life. Unsolicited advice like these tends to be annoying…
The medium via which information is passed down to the younger generation…
Toys that the kids of different age groups can play with in numerous ways, invested in for long hours, are open-ended toys.
“Opportunities of learning are everywhere, even while playing games!”
Have you ever heard of the phrase “fall over like a row of dominoes”?
The medium via which information is passed down to young children has fairly been consistent throughout time, i.e., written and spoken words. And ‘Stories’ have always been (read more)