“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” ~Albert Einstein Ah ha. So Einstein knew stories are important. We should know this too! While we parents scramble around to look for educational toys,
“Always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else” ~ Margaret Mead Ever wondered how we are all so similar and yet have turned out to be so different. Same situation when encountered by multiple people has so many distinct responses. How do we decide our response? What
A simple routine before bedtime could give not just one but four benefits to your child. 1:4 is an absolutely great ratio to miss out on. Yes, we are talking about bedtime stories. A bedtime ritual of listening to stories can Calms down your child Bedtime stories calms down not
We live in the land of Stories. A land that told the story of a child listening to his father from the womb. Science proved it much later. And that means, there is no lower age limit to listening. The only challenge lies in keeping the child hooked onto what
So you think it’s enjoyable to ‘see’ a story than ‘listen’ to it? Here are the top 5 reasons that might change your belief. Listening to stories, Enhances imagination. Makes you more attentive and focused Lets you process and connect information with what you already know Calms you down as
We all grew up on stories. Even as adults, it is difficult to resist the charm of ‘Do you want to hear a story?’ Our grandparents’ bedtime stories that lulled us to sleep and replayed in our dreams. Our parents’ stories for which we quickly finished our plate of food.