7 Reasons why D.I.Y (Do it Yourself) is best for your child’s development & creativity

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“Creativity is not about doing something better than others, it is about thinking, exploring, discovering, imagining.” – Mary Ann Kohl.

I’m sure you and your family have been as affected by the endless lock downs as the rest of the world and your kids have been forced to stay inside. It has been hard for everyone to try and stay productive, and especially keep the kids so. Everyone I know, including me, has taken up baking in the last several months at least once. Now sure, it keeps the adults busy, but what about the kids?

Children have less and less opportunities to play, except maybe on computers. Their schools have moved online and there is next to no creative development. Parents have had to constantly come up with clever ideas to keep them busy, meaning resorting to technology to keep their children engaged, and while technology is an important part of growing up in the 21st century, it should not hinder a child’s creative development. As schools focus more and more on digital learning, it’s important to keep nurturing children’s creative side. And what better way to do that than with DIY projects? They’re easy and fun and can be accomplished from the comfort of your homes. DIY stands for do-it-yourself and it largely means the kids keep themselves busy. It means learning while playing and using that skill development throughout their lives.

Here are 7 Reasons why D.I.Y (Do it Yourself) is best for your child’s development & creativity:


Kids have an endless imagination and they come up with new ideas all the time, because that’s how they learn about the workings of the world. They can put their unique ideas to work as DIY allows them creative self-expression. The most important thing for kids is communication and creating something on their own means they can do whatever they want. How many times have you tried to convince a kid to do something a particular way? They usually end up doing what they want, especially if it’s an art project. Let them do what they want and learn from it. Schools employ rote learning so children don’t necessarily retain information that way. Doing something on their own means practical application and they will preserve that knowledge forever.


DIY promotes cognitive development, meaning they figure out how things work. Doing something by oneself means one learns problem solving. If something isn’t working like it’s supposed to, they learn how to look for the problem and then go about fixing it. DIY fosters creativity and endless innovation because there is something to be found for everyone. Kids learn how to be more patient and their concentration is improved. Waiting for the glue or paint to dry, for example, means they learn self-restraint.


Hands-on learning means improving motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination and dexterity. By lifting and moving things around, little kids can learn how to control their fingers and hands. They cut, glue, paste, attach and paint, and it all helps improve their ability to use both hands. They have unlimited possibilities for choosing and selecting – what color can they use? What animal or food or shape can be drawn?


Everyone is proud of their accomplishments, especially if something has been done from scratch. Figuring out what steps to follow on their own might prove to be a little tough for kids (parents or guardians can always help) but it’s ultimately worth it watching the sense of pride on the child’s face. It gives them a feeling of achievement and responsibility and it builds confidence. DIY activities also allow great exposure through hands-on learning. It means watching a concept come to life in real time.


DIY means you save money. It’s usually very cost efficient for parents, which means loads of fun with less money spent on resources. Most people live on a budget and then having children means you’re constantly looking for fun activities that don’t cost a lot. DIY is as much for the parents as the kids as it gives them an opportunity to bond, which might sometimes be difficult to come by because of a busy life schedule.


When you think DIY you might think arts and crafts, but it can be so much more. And the best thing is its age-no-bar because kids of all ages can participate. Ranging from the simple to complex, kids and grown-ups alike can have fun creating and inventing.


Art expresses emotion. It’s a wonderful way to keep kids absorbed. Hyperactivity means your child can’t sit still and has boundless energy that needs to be utilized. DIY projects – art, robotics, coding and a lot others– can not only keep them occupied but they learn something while they’re at it. It allows them emotional expression and is good for building communication skills. Ask them about their project and they will talk you through it, learning to articulate themselves.

We encourage DIY at Be Cre8v. Our toy kits are based on the concepts of STEM and STEAM, meaning kids learn science, technology, engineering, art and maths while enjoying themselves to the fullest. So if you’re thinking of allowing your child to play another game on your phone or laptop, or allowing more exposure to technology through any number of devices available, look up a DIY project that is not only fun but allows for so much learning! They’re easy and fun and endlessly creative.

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Best Online or at home Halloween Party for children

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Is it me or you can already feel the festive vibe in air with festivals Dushera, Diwali, Halloween & Christmas around the corner. Only this time I feel it may end up being locked down at home. Its a crazy feeling, even a thought of isolation around festivities is troubling me. We can still cope up but what about kids? Our children go to these cool Halloween parties every year, dressing up like little ghosts & witches. What is going to happen this year?

At Be Cre8v, Every year we host crazy cool parties at various locations all over India on Halloween. We make the best of our knowledge & creativity to bring an absolutely new & epic party every year filled with Fun & scary installations, stem activities & games for children, Trust me these are so much fun that even while I write this blog, I am smiling thinking about scary fun we all have every year with 100’s of kids who join us in these parties. This year its all going to be at home so I have a plan for all of you to still make halloween a cool party.

I have been thinking about it, So I thought of making this year as innovative as possible for my children & making them learn to have fun even when the going gets hard. Lets make it awesome, you can host your own online Halloween party or use this for an in-house halloween bash.


Halloween Light & Shadow Storytelling show

The best part about Halloween is having fun & getting little scared :). What about your own story telling show with a child-friendly original story & theater that too with lights shadows, theater,  sound & puppets.. Its super fun. Check this Be Cre8v Halloween Shadow Art Story telling kit, we made this kit to enable children, adults, teachers & whosoever wanting to have fun telling stories. It has everything thats needed (psst. even batteries are included 🙂 )Enjoy the story session with family or with friends online.Price Rs.699/  Link | Buy on Amazon.in 

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STEM Based Fun Zombie Crawling Prank Robotics Kit

For all your little pranksters, this may be the most fun toy ever. A Zombie Crawler, Its super fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) toy for your little one. Children love to make electronic diy projects & here Be Cre8v has something that they will even love more. A fun scary crawling zombie robot. You could order its kit & have the child make it, play with it or even play prank on others :), I have tried it myself, its suuuper fun.

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Halloween special Flippy Car with Dementor Creativity pack

Cars are so much fun, They are forever best toys. Kids absolutely love cars, with this Be Cre8v DIY kit children can make there very own Flipping stunt car. But why am I talking about a flipping car in Halloween post? Well, this one has a super-cool Halloween Edition. It has this amazing Halloween Creativity pack that connects a dementor like figure on top of the car, this is super fun for kids of age 6 & above. If you are looking for toys for 6 year olds, these are the ones to buy!

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The above would ensure party like fun for your child. You can host a show that your child can present online for family & friends or get him/her to make a DIY electronic toy like zombie crawler or Flippy Dementor car to make your child feel special. Not only that these toys are filled with education & learning. Not only they engage children, they prove to be very useful in developing a child cognitively.

Let me know in comments what are your plans for this Halloween. 🙂 Hope this article is helpful. Stay healthy & a very Happy Halloween to all!


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Creativity is the ability of a person to come up with something new. It is the ability of a person to do things in a different way. They have the special ability to give a new direction to everything which they put their hand in. they can be considered as ‘artists’, but one must always remember that “all artists are creative thinkers, but not all creative thinkers are artists.”


Analytical: The creative thinkers are great observer too. They see, observe and critically analyze the things and then land up to some new and innovative ideas.

Open-Minded: They are the people who think open-mindedly. They usually don’t burden themselves with nonsense thoughts. They are messy at the beginning but eventually organize them before presenting their self and their work to the audience.

Problem-solving: They have a unique mindset and different perspective towards life and the problems related to it. Majorly, for this reason, the employers are keen to hire the creative employs for they can handle stressful situations with an easy go.

Communication: Intrapersonal communication is a major part of creative people’s personality that helps them to come up with solutions to major tricky situations too!

In a famous story of Sherlock Holmes, where he realized that a dog not barking is the symbol of a murder case, Sherlock Holmes uses the concept of lateral thinking. Lateral Thinking is the perceptional part of thinking. When the thinking takes place outside the box, this creativity is known as lateral thinking.

In the early 13th century, creativity was defined as a sense of ability, cleverness. The creative employees are extremely valuable to the firm they work for. They hire them, basically, for they can help solve work-related issues, data set, group project and the conflict between employees.

Kids are really creative and we can prepare them to solve future problems by helping them to enhance their creativity. We can do that by various mediums i.e by introducing them to arts or letting them explore around. One of the simpler ways to help them is introducing Tinkering and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) to them. STEAM Education helps children to develop critical thinking skills and can have a crucial part in developing motor skills of young children as this type of education involves doing things practically, it is based on hands-on experience.

In simpler words, it can be said that creativity is the “how” part for solving the various problems of life, be it at a personal level or at the professional level. And, hence, can be concluded that creativity is the basic element for achieving success in professional life and touching the skies.

Can Creativity Be Taught?

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Can Creativity Be Taught?

“The potential of persons to produce creative works whether or not they have produced any work as yet is what is called creativity.”  -John R. Hayes

Creativity is something that every individual has but to show it up to the public it needs confidence, energy, opportunity, intelligence, discipline, and most importantly different perspective towards things and life. And there comes no second thought that every other person has a different approach towards life. No two persons think or act alike, howsoever similarities they have.

Creativity is a skill that can never be taught but can only be enhanced. It comes from “within” of a person. It has two components, i.e., Functionality and Originality.  The one who considers himself/herself as “creative” must ensure that whatever he/she is giving to the audience is self-composed and original and not copied from anywhere. Even if he/she takes ideas from somewhere else, they give them proper credits.

Along with the originality, their work is functional. It means that the task that is performed differently and is presented in a different way is more eye-catchy and functional.


Creativity and Psychology are interlinked with each other. One cannot perform tasks without thinking. Everyone uses their brain to give their level best, but the one who takes the trophy is who thinks out of the box, which brainstorms a little harder than the 1st runner up.

Thus, it can be said that creativity and psychology are interlinked to each other because a person’s psychology determines his/her efficiency to work and the way he/she does.


Learning and innovation go hand in hand. Creativity and innovation go hand in hand. So, technically, it is learning and creativity that go hand in hand. You can’t even think to produce something differently if you don’t learn the process for how to initiate that.

We all have heard the phrase, “the need is the cause for inventions.” And, also we are aware of the fact that inventions are not those which happen with a mere thought; they take place followed by the creative thought.


Sir Richard Branson gave a mantra to be creative, and that is, “A-B-C-D (Always Be Connecting the Dots).” If one keeps on connecting the dots and joining the lines, one can get something that others are lacking and thus can outshine.

Researchers have shown that when something is done creatively, its quality and the quantity gets on the same scale. And such a thing is not taught in the books but is ENHANCED by the mentors, teachers, parents, guardians, and with whosoever, the child spends most of his/her time with.

Along with the proper guidance and support, the child’s creativity, the skill can be more enhanced if provided with the proper opportunities, encouragement, training, motivation and, most importantly, the practice.

What is S.T.E.A.M. Education?

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We all are well aware of the importance of education in one’s life so, we give our child the best education. But, the major questions that arise here are… what makes the education best? ; On what basis do we determine the level of education we provide to our children? What should one consider more- the quality of education or the quantity of education?


S.T.E.A.M education teaches the students, the concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics in artistic, practical, and excitingly interesting way. It enhances the child’s curiosity and inquisitiveness. It gives them the opportunity to think out of the box and do things differently. For that, it requires the relevant and skilled teachers who can train the children so well that they can do some good to themselves, their family and to the society.


It shows them the path for the better representation of themselves and the creativity that their mind stores. It acts as the torchlight that the child can use to reach the end of the dark tunnel (difficult phase of life). It makes the difficult and boring units in the textbooks, way much interesting for the children to get the practical approach to whatever they read in the textbooks. This, in turn, enhances their practical as well as theoretical knowledge for academics along with their attitude towards life.


According to a survey in the U.S., there were people who got this sort of education when they were in the senior secondary school, while a few among them got to learn it when they were in the secondary or the primary school. According to them, this artistic and practical mode of education showed them the easier path in their college lives and the life years ahead.

And, thus, it was concluded from the survey that earlier the child starts getting practical knowledge and start implementing in his/her life, the easier the concepts of life become for them.


In a nutshell, it can be said that S.T.E.A.M education is a Smart way to inculcate the importance and the need for a practical approach towards the theoretical concepts in a child’s mind. And, the sooner the child gains it, the sooner its outcomes will be seen. Such education concepts and styles are the smart, intelligent, convenient, interesting, and exciting approach towards that boring curriculum. Thus, this being introduced to the children, enhances their creativity, educational approach, the way of thinking, and most importantly, the concept of education and life.



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ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) refers to any condition in which the key executive functions in daily routine like the ability to focus, organize, use working memory, and other skills, are affected. ADHD as a name to this condition is itself not satisfactory and many researchers and doctors often call it “Brain Turbo”. The convenience of calling it a “disorder” can be understood, when it comes to obtaining accommodations, research funding, and insurance reimbursement. The name Turbo is chosen because having this condition means it perpetually operates in overdrive. It is also unpredictable! One minute, it can get you into trouble; the next, it sparks the best idea you will ever have.

Everyone has symptoms of ADHD at one time or another. People who had ADHD diagnosed in childhood will probably have it into their adult years. About 11 percent of U.S. children age 3 to 17 have ADHD, according to 2011 figures. For a long time, people thought ADHD was something only kids—boys, in particular—had. But research has shown that ADHD symptoms can persist into adulthood in some people and that women and girls have it as often as men and boys.

ADHD can be caused due to inattention, impulsivity, and/or hyperactivity—affect a child’s ability to learn and get along with others, some people think an ADHD child’s behavior is caused by a lack of discipline, a chaotic family life, or even too much TV.


Some common signs of ADHD in children can be listed as follows

  1. Self-focused behavior: A common sign of ADHD is what looks like an inability to recognize other people’s needs and desires. This can lead to the next two signs: interrupting and trouble to wait their turn.
  2. Interrupting: Self-focused behavior may cause a child with ADHD to interrupt others while they’re talking or butt into conversations or games they’re not part of.
  3. Trouble waiting their turn: Kids with ADHD may have trouble waiting their turn during classroom activities or when playing games with other children.
  4. Emotional turmoil: A child with ADHD may have trouble keeping their emotions in check. They may have outbursts of anger at inappropriate times.
  5. Fidgetiness: Children with ADHD often can’t sit still. They may try to get up and run around, fidget, or squirm in their chair when forced to sit.
  6. Problems playing quietly: Fidgetiness can make it difficult for kids with ADHD to play quietly or engage calmly in leisure activities.
  7. Unfinished tasks: A child with ADHD may show interest in lots of different things, but they may have problems finishing them. For example, they may start projects, chores, or homework, but move on to the next thing that catches their interest before finishing.
  8. Lack of focus: A child with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, even when someone is speaking directly to them. They’ll say they heard you, but they won’t be able to repeat back to you what you just said.
  9. Avoidance of tasks needing extended mental effort: This same lack of focus can cause a child to avoid activities that require a sustained mental effort, such as paying attention in class or doing homework.
  10. Mistakes: Children with ADHD can have trouble following instructions that require planning or executing a plan. This can then lead to careless mistakes — but it doesn’t indicate laziness or a lack of intelligence.
  11. Daydreaming: Children with ADHD aren’t always rambunctious and loud. Another sign of ADHD is being quieter and less involved than other kids. A child with ADHD may stare into space, daydream, and ignore what’s going on around them

Kids with ADHD often require a slightly different approach to discipline. A few simple changes to your parenting strategies could give your child the tools he needs to manage his behavior more effectively.

  1. Provide Positive Attention
    parenting a child with ADHD can be exhausting. Their never-ending supply of energy and desire to talk constantly can tire even the most patient parent.
    Consequently, it can be difficult to find time and energy to play with a hyperactive child. However, providing a child with ADHD positive attention is a good investment. Positive play time reduces attention-seeking behavior. And it will make your consequences more effective.
    No matter how difficult your child’s behavior has been, set aside one on one time with your child every day. Giving your child just 15 minutes of positive attention is one of the simplest yet most effective ways to reduce behavior problems.
  2. Give Effective Instructions
    Kids with short attention spans need extra help following directions. Quite often, they don’t hear the instructions correctly in the first place. There are several things you can do to make your instructions more effective. Gain your child’s full attention before giving directions. Turn off the television, establish eye contact and place a hand on your child’s shoulder before saying, “Please clean your room.”Avoid chain commands like, “Put on your socks, clean your room, and then take out the trash,” will likely get lost in translation. A child with ADHD is likely to put on his socks and then on the way to his room, he’ll find something else to do rather than clean it.
    Give one instruction at a time. And ask your child to repeat back to you what he heard to make sure he fully understands.
  3. Praise Your Child’s Effort
    Catch your child being good and point it out. Praise motivates children with ADHD to behave and frequent feedback is important.
    Make your praise specific. Instead of saying, “Nice job,” say, “Great job putting your dish in the sink right when I asked you to.” Praise kids for following directions, playing quietly and sitting still and you’ll encourage your child to keep it up. Use Time-Out When Necessary
  4. Use Time-Out When Necessary: Time-out can be a good way to help kids with ADHD calm their bodies and their brains. Time-out doesn’t need to be a harsh punishment. Instead, it can be a great life skill that can be useful in many situations. Teach your child to go to a quiet spot to calm down when he’s overstimulated or frustrated. Eventually, he will learn to place himself in time-out before he gets into trouble. 

Since ADHD can be found easily in everybody at one time or another, proper attention to the child struggling with it should be given so that it can be cured if cannot be avoided altogether.

Why Music Is As Important As Math for Children?

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It is a very vital question of importance that needs to be thought about. We are today living in a fast-growing world where everything is dynamic. At this pace of development where everyone is occupied in something or the other, music is one thing that provides relaxation and heals the mind. It is an art that not many possess but can be learned with time.

According to researchers, playing music is the only activity that highly benefits the brain. In their study, the researchers gave a lot of people different tasks like reading, solving logical and math problems, etc. They were then hooked up to different machines and in some specific regions of their brain, the movement could easily be detected. These were the logical and analytical parts of the brain. However, when researchers got the participants to listen to the music, multiple areas of their brains were lightened up at once. Not only this, an entirely different result was observed when scientists turned up from listening to music to playing the music. While listening to music affects the multiple areas of the brain, playing music is like the mind’s full body workout. Also playing music engages the visual, auditory and motor cortices of the brain at once.

Some researches show that people who play music have better memory and execution skills. Playing music strengthens that part(corpus callosum), which connects the left hemisphere with the right hemisphere of the brain. They can use this strength in different situations and circumstances.

Nevertheless, apart from all these advantages, learning music is not given the same importance in comparison to other subjects like Math, Science, and Geography etc. We must examine as to why this happens. The most obvious reasons that come to mind; is the pressure from the parents and the teachers. Today’s parents want their children to be an engineer, doctor or a charted accountant but do not want them to be a guitarist, drummer, or a pianist. It is basically the thinking pattern of many of the parents that lead to this. However, after becoming aware of the various multifaceted benefits of music, some parents are now supporting their children in their passion as well.

In the recent times, many schools including CBSE and ICSE boards where providing music education was made compulsory, the execution was not done properly, as a result of this students could not develop the required interest in music. Schools still consider music as a non-scholastic, extracurricular activity and not o par with scholastic subjects. Students at current, find it difficult to handle music with academics.

However, we must remember that music is something that is not comparable. But still, we find some kind of similarity of music with other subjects like math. If we take the example of the famous music composer Beethoven, we get to know about the patterns that he formed in his mind and then composed music by following those patterns. According to many scientists, it can therefore rightfully be said that Music is very much related to Math. With such an enormous amount of knowledge and learning that music possesses, it must be taught as a separate academic subject in schools and colleges. Treating it as a vocational subject would demean its prestige.

In many schools, varied innovative initiatives are undertaken to develop the interest of students in music. For example, in many schools both Carnatic and Hindustani music is taught, as a result of which the north Indians can get a glimpse of Carnatic music and the south Indians can learn about the Hindustani music. Schools are now shifting to a more activity based music learning. Students are currently tutored, as to how the music functions and a manner through which they could appreciate music.

All in all, it is important that the schools and parents must invest in music education at an early stage so that the students can take their benefits throughout his life.

How can we introduce music to young children in a fun and playful way?

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A mother’s lullaby is the first and the most musical thing a person ever hears. One cannot avoid music if one has ears. It comes to people in different ways. What might be noise to one can be music to another. It is totally subjective and also fits in with the personality of the person. Research has proved that as children we perceive music in a completely different way and is important in determining our growth as an individual in society. This has been realized and every educational institution has music as an ingrained part of its curriculum.

How to Introduce?

As adults, we just plug in our earphones and on the tips of our fingers we have the access to any form of music ever created. This is the way we intake music from various sources. However, the case is exactly different for kids. Music is much more than a form of recreation and a stress buster in the lives of children. It is a learning experience and part of their growth. Therefore it is necessary that it should be taught to students in a fun and playful way. The children shouldn’t feel that learning music is being implied upon them as most of their academic subjects. It should be considered as a need and not a formality.


The best time to hold a music lesson is after lunch when the lazy mood sets in and are not appropriate for studying. Also, the music lesson should be held on a Wednesday when the day feels the most monotonous. The music teacher should have proficiency in a number of instruments so that the children are aware of the various instruments and motivated to learn an instrument that fascinates them the most. Enacting stories in a musical way makes learning music more fun and informative. Often dance and music classes should be held simultaneously where the children can learn how to express lyrics through gestures and expressions and to express gestures and expression in words. Providing instruments such as a pipe, harmonica, xylophone, and conga can easily fascinate children and provide motivation for attending and enjoying the music class. Also use of social media such as Whatsapp and Youtube can be done effectively. Sharing rhymes and links of videos on youtube on Whatsapp groups for children can help them grow in their free hours at home. This also saves children from becoming cartoon addicts and helps them utilize their time effectively. Recording the performance of children on video at the music class and sharing it with the parents and children makes it more fun and enjoyable. This motivates not only the parents but also the kids. The children notice themselves and learn what they’ve been doing wrong and improve. A proper book with easy content on music should also be provided. It should contain various facts, images and description of the instrument. This evokes the curiosity in children to see the instruments for real and encourage them to attend various musical programs. The children should be divided into random groups and weekly performances should be encouraged. This not only increases the fun but also helps children make friends and learn the meaning and importance of teamwork.

These are some of the ways in which learning can become interesting and more of a fun activity rather than a monotonous part of the schooling schedule. Below are mentioned the various ways in which learning and exploring music is important to all, especially the kids.


  • Promotes socializing:

    Common music help people relate to each other and can be the ice breaker for starting a conversation and promote people to talk and express them.


  • Strengthens Memory:

    Research has shown that music affects certain parts of the brain and help to strengthen memory. Also, music forms a memory of certain events in our life and listening to the same music can bring back the memories of the past and relive the moment.



  • Creativity:

    Children who start playing instruments at an early age are way more creative than children who don’t. They acquire an IQ level higher than the rest of the children.


  • Language:

    How many people first learned the alphabet by singing the ABC song? It is a powerful way for young children to practice a language. When children sing, they practice pronouncing words and putting together sentences. Learning the lyrics to songs is also an effective way to remember information


  • Critical Thinking:

    In an early stage when children do not understand the lyrics they just try to interpret the feeling conveyed by the song and bring out the message or emotion conveyed to them. This promotes critical and out of box thinking amongst children.


  • Revealing the talent:

    Most of the successful musicians started their journey as kids. It’s not just the ample amount of time they get to work on their talent but also the different frame of mind as a child that adds to their quality in the future.



  • Hand-Eye and Body Coordination:

    Playing instruments and dancing out to the music helps build a greater control over the body and helps children work with hands and fingers in a better way.



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Learning while playing is a privilege. It is a magical way for students to learn different & new concepts. They don’t only enjoy the play part but also learn various new concepts that are a “must” for a child’s life. It is a magical way to memorize the lessons without even memorizing them. They don’t need to memorize because when a child learns through practical education or hands-on learning they adapt better and remember for a longer time.



A child’s behavior is a reflection of their surroundings. How you teach them, somewhere matters more than what you teach them.  A child’s mind is like clay, which takes the shape of which ever mold we put them into. Playful learning, in the simplest words, can be defined as the way through which the child’s physical, mental and social development takes place. Playful learning helps to develop critical thinking as it requires the child to put in efforts and find a solution to a practical problem.



Whether its cognitive development, critical thinking skills or motor skills development learning playfully is important for a child. It keeps the children busy for achieving the various goals of learning a skill, behavior and acquiring some new information. It encourages them more and more for learning something new. The children who are shy enough to not to indulge with people and into various activities, it acts as a medium for such shy, introvert children to mix up with the other children. It provides the motivation for learning new information and helps them for expressing themselves creatively.

Moreover, it gives them a flexible space to express themselves as it does not resist them from doing the activities that they want. It is the key to prosperity since it enhances the child’s creative thinking and helps them grow up “better adjusted, smarter and less stressed.” Learning while playing also improves conflict resolution and the child’s academic performance and also reduces the infant’s aggression.



STEM educates the children creatively and elegantly, STEAM, on the other hand, educates the children with the touch of Art. In STEAM education, the children are educated with the artistic blend in STEM education.

Its popularity is increasing day by day because somehow the economic prosperity is well versed in the rising jobs in the fields of Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

STEAM education can, thus, provide the better scientists, engineers, mathematicians, technicians and that too with the artistic blend of mind. It helps to convert the learning to critical areas together with art practices, elements, standards, principles, designs, and the elements.


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What is S.T.E.A.M?

The STEAM education movement advocates moving away from segmented content areas, emphasizing technology to connect the subjects, and relating teaching to the outside world. STEAM impresses 21st-century skills acquisition so that students gain proficiency in collaboration, questioning, problem-solving, and critical thinking. This led to rapid expansion and segmentation of rigorous math and science courses, taught in largely the same way they’ve always been taught. The result? Saturating students with STEAM classes without accounting for engagement or interest has led to some stagnant gains in recent years.

STEAM include science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics in which science and technology is a systematic enterprise that builds and organize knowledge in the form of explanation and prediction engineering is the application of knowledge typically in the form of empirical evidence. Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author’s imaginative, conceptual data, or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power and mathematics include structure, order, and relation that has evolved from elemental practices of counting, measuring, and describing the shapes of objects.


1. Development

STEAM education creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and enables the next generation of innovators. Innovation leads to new products and processes that sustain our economy. This innovation and science literacy depends on a solid knowledge base in the STEM areas.

2. Future

It is clear that most jobs of the future will require a basic understanding of math and science. Despite these compelling facts, mathematics and science scores on average among students are lagging behind other developing countries

3. Creativity

Education about the arts makes the children more creative which bind the thinking of your child in a divergent manner.

4. Innovative

it makes your children different by forming their own interest which leads to innovation.

5. Focus

This helps children to be more focused on the different subjects likes science and mathematics leading to there academic development.

Why S.T.E.A.M?

In the 21st century, scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important as we face the benefits and challenges of both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM to levels much beyond what was considered acceptable in the past


Visit the link below and help your child to adopt the growing S.T.E.A.M culture and be more creative with hands-on practical learning at home.

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