Class Time : 1 hour 15 minutes
Shining Cubs focuses on strengthening parent-child relationships.
Interactive game where the letter is called out and the child has to select the corresponding letter
Piece puzzles, magic Draw (children have to colour the picture), virtual Colouring book, Maze Challenge.
Groups of pictures and children have to guess which picture represents the emotion.
Alphabet bubble to recognize letters, alphabet song, memory game, ABC Paint, virtual typewritter for pre-writting skills.
A child in a Offer Programme is mandatorily accompanied by a parent who actively participates during the sessions.
Every moment can be an opportunity for a child to learn if parents and educators put their minds to it. The environment, direct or indirect, can be used as a powerful learning tool, whether it's a trip to the supermarket to a history-changing political event unfolding on the TV.
We can learn a tremendous amount from our environment and everyday events. Teaching children using practical examples helps create a deeper understanding of the subject and it leaves a lasting impression. The latest event that can be used is the demonetisation of ?500 and ?1000 notes in India, a move that was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 8 November.
We need to understand that human beings are lazy by nature and would love it if other people did all their work - the introduction of technology has done precisely that. Over the years, we have stopped writing letters, instead tapping out informal emails.Technology is making our children dumber and as parents we need to train our children to use it wisely.
"Time - out" is something that we've either experience or doled out, most likely both. Let's define it first - time - out is essentially social exclusion that is imposed on children as a form of behavioural modification. As the Wikipedia definition says, "It involves temporarily separating a child from an environment where unacceptable behaviour occurred.
"These guys can't even draft a letter properly. If I ask them to quote someone, they wouldn't have even heard of the names! I wonder if they read anything while they were growing up. I give them a list of books to read and they hardly manage to finish even one over a three week period.