4 Essentials to Your Child’s Back-to-School Kit

A back-to-school kit is quintessential to your child’s rebound back into school life.

As young kids face the blues of making the transition from laid back vacations to routine academics, they need to be equipped with all the help they can get. Parents, on the other hand, have a separate challenge. This involves preparing their ward’s mindset alongside adapting to the change in their routine.

This is when having a prepped back to school kit comes in handy. A back to school kit is essentially a staple set of materials and mindsets that will be put to use immediately as the student gets out of the break and into school. Suggestions to hit the bull’s eye with the back to school kit are as following:

Essentials to the back-to-school Kit

1. Stock up on school supplies

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The visual of freshly purchased notebooks, tightly wrapped in a brown sheet and labeled still spells out ‘Back-to-School’ to me!

Supplies entail all the stationery and knick-knacks that a student will require at school. These ensure that the student has no logistical hindrances in the beginning days. A way to up the excitement to get back to the routine could also be to accessorize supplies by themes, like the solar system, or seek out such design inspirations.

2. Revisit the Vacation

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It is always a good idea to have a roundup of how your kid spent their time in the break.

Assessing the activities’ they took part in, the hobbies that held a major chunk of their time, and the changes in their interests will help you, as a parent, approach the academic year better. You will know which extracurricular activity to sign them up for (which could also ease the vacation-lag). It will also help in identifying the areas of concern with the child’s lifestyle and attitude towards learning.

3. Stress on curiosity

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The most important weapon in any young learner’s arsenal, is the inquisitive attitude towards anything they learn.

As Walt Disney, famously said, “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.”

The initial days of an academic term are synonymous with lesser workload. This could be the right time to tap into your child’s will to learn and explore, thus setting stage for all the lessons that the curriculum will being them.

The TACtivities provided at ThinkTac are an ideal way of ensuring the same. They introduce new and engaging concepts in a manner that doesn’t compromise on the fun aspect of learning. It also employs the tactile and experiential learning experiences for your kid.

4. Play-time and down hours

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There was definitely one hard obstacle that I faced getting back to school every term. This was losing all my idle time to play and do the things that restored my energy. Be it- reading, watching television or socializing with friends.

Recreation is an indelible part of growing up. And, in the transformative time of getting back to school, kids tend to find a need for it more than ever. They feel the temptation to extend their designated play hours and engage in un-academic interests.

As parents, it is important to be mindful of the fact that the transition is always hard. This is an apt time to cut some slack for the children and allow them to dwell in their mirth till the demands of academic life pick up.

No back to school kit will ever be complete without some implied considerations- A healthy breakfast, a positive outlook, and a good night’s sleep. Ensure that your kids leave their anxiety and fears at home and march on to conquer another year of school.

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Mindfulness for Kids: Why they need it and what can be done to improve it

Today, life can be equated with a turbulent boat on which you are the sailor. Needs are pressing and the obstacles are mounting; only with true control of the swaying boat, can you assure yourself a smooth sail. Our children are no strangers to this whirlpool called modern life. To thrive and propel in such times, mindfulness for kids is vital.

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We can all agree that the challenges of today’s competitive world require us to be more mentally present for the numerous activities than ever before.

(Disclaimer: This blog might be a little long, but I promise you it’s worth sticking through)

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is our ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing.

In 4 words, mindfulness means “To Be Mentally Present”.

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Relevancy of Mindfulness for Children

Our kids today are expected to be equipped to face gargantuan challenges in their academic and personal lives. With growing expectations, anxiety and exhaustion follow suit.

We all have seen and experienced the following situations:

  • Lack of focus in the job at hand
  • Decreasing appetite and energy levels
  • A general apathetic approach to life
  • Deteriorating social skills
  • Unexplained fatigue and irritability
  • Constant running out of gas

To tackle these worrisome realities from taking over their mind space, the scope of mindfulness arises for our kids.

Mindfulness is elevated by connections in the prefrontal circuits in our brain, which are created at their fastest rate during childhood.

As parents that come across this concept, we often have the same question of “what’s in store for our kids?”.

What to expect from mindfulness practice for our children?

Experts state that such practices build the five pillars that in turn serve as the foundation for any other skills that our kids will go on to imbibe. These are:

  1. Focus and inner strength
  2. Cognitive control
  3. Self-Regulation
  4. Judgement and Reasoning
  5. Patience and Empathy

These learnings help our kids make more sense of their inner and outer experience and build an understanding of everything that encompasses their world.

How can the kids practice it?

Research shows mindfulness for kids brings positive effects on their mental health and well-being.

Teaching mindfulness to children and adolescents is a growing trend as part of therapy and as part of the curriculum in schools.

There are numerous ways that our kids can be guided to be more mindful.

These include meditation, rhythmic breathing, expressing gratitude, and practising self-love. However, mindfulness is a very personal experience and is highly subjective.

Today there are several meditation apps, like that of Andy Puddicombe’s Headspace app that help you jump start on the journey of mindfulness

Much like science, it comes with the development of an aptitude. This aptitude, when met with compassion and reasoning, goes on to develop the five pillars that I earlier mentioned.

Significance of mindfulness for kids

Most working adults today crave a sense of being at peace with themselves and their surroundings. Over time, we all have realised that this serenity is not something that can be carted overnight.

With the adoption of mindfulness, you tend to become more aware of your thoughts, emotions and physical feelings. Now simply imagine the understated power of such awareness in our young kids. Through practise it will:

  • Help them notice when they get caught up in negative thoughts so that they can manage them
  • Make them aware of the effect that thoughts or events have on their body, so that they can look after themselves better
  • Empower them to make a choice about how they respond to their thoughts and feelings
  • Engrain in them the truism that thoughts come and go and that does not have to define who they are or what their experience of the world is
  • Aid them to truly appreciate the bounty and shortcomings of everything around them

It is a conscious journey that must be embarked on early in life for it to have a lasting impact. For our innate responses to be mindful, it needs to be a part of our system.

Some people may even go on to say that mindfulness as a practice is the only skill we can leave behind as an asset for the further generations to embrace.

If today’s children look to be knowledgeable and technically sound to create a better tomorrow, we must hand them the true reins of their lives and the adoption of such practices is a step in that direction.

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Can Playing Prepare your Child to Face Life’s Challenges?

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Your child’s body doesn’t know the difference between playing and exercising. But their mind sure knows when they are having fun. We adults call it working out, while our children call it playing.

Ever felt like your kid is whiling away precious time while indulging in fun and games? Well, that’s okay, it sometimes worries the best of us!

Which is why, like me, a lot of us consciously or unconsciously, infringe on our children’s playtime by enrolling them into mentally taxing tuitions.

 

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But, what if I told you that the time ‘squandered away’ in playing, could teach your child more than what Kumar Sir could in 100 hours of his class?

Well, here’s my argument to how children learn life’s most important lesson through playing:

1. EVERY ACTION HAS A CONSEQUENCE.

Has your kid ever hidden her bruises from you? This is probably because she loves going out in the park more than sitting at home but also knows you, who wish the best for her, will ask her to stay back.

By taking responsibility for her actions, your child understands the VALUE IN PAIN and that EVERY ACTION HAS A CONSEQUENCE.

2. NEVER GIVE UP ATTITUDE

Ever consoled your injured son, only to have him desert you and get back to playing at the blink of an eye, as if he never got hurt?

Well, it is no news that your kid loves to play and some words of encouragement from you is exactly what he needs to get back on the field and instill a NEVER GIVE UP ATTITUDE.

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Maybe a few times over they would understand that the bruises would come and go but THEY’D KEEP GETTING STRONGER.

3. OVERCOMING FEARS

At a very young age, my daughter developed a fear of swings. But it took a great deal of communication, choosing the right words, and going on swings myself, to lure her into getting onto swings.

Initially, I would have her sit on my lap until one day she went on it by herself. And then never stopped!

 

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If you ever find yourself in this spot, you could subtly help your child learn that running away from what scares you is never the solution. It is FACING YOUR FEARS, that can expand your horizons.

4. DEDICATION BEATS MOTIVATION

Ask any professional athlete what makes them great and they will tell you that, it is showing up on the days when they don’t want to, is what made them exceptional.

CONSISTENCY IS KEY to learning and growing in life. And what can teach this better than the discipline that your child learns from just any sport she chooses to play! Yes, even chess!

5. AND EVERYTHING ELSE

From inculcating healthy habits and instilling qualities like PERSISTENCE, RESILIENCE, to DEVELOPING REFLEXES; Playing a sport can teach your child just about everything and holistically develop them.

Whether they play solo or in teams, at the end of the day, they LEARN TO HANDLE BOTH SUCCESS & FAILURE.

The hobbies your child chooses today have the potential to become her/his strengths tomorrow.

My advice to you: Instead of encroaching on your child’s playing hours, next time, join your kid and play along! I’m sure you’re never too old to rekindle the inner child in you. And yes, it’ll improve the bond between your kid and yourself!

A Family that plays together, stays together! ThinkTac

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Curtailing your Kid’s Phone Usage: Good or Bad?

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Have you ever had one of those discussions with your children: How as kids, you went around running, climbing trees, chasing your friends while playing catch-catch?

Right after which, you see your son spend his summer sitting on the phone or the iPad. And the generational gap hits you in the face like a dodgeball!?

The Phone-age

Much like the Stone-age, where stones were an active part of the lifestyle, if this current era that we lived in had to be given a name, it would certainly be the Phone-age.

You must have considered seizing your kid’s phone because he needs to experience the “real world” more often. However, would that necessarily be a good idea?

Let’s look at both sides of the argument.

The Shortcomings

Here are a few banes of your child having a phone:

1. May result in reduced Social Skills

The more time your kids spend on their phones, the less time they have to interact face-to-face. This is probably hindering their one-on-one social skills.

2. They are susceptible to higher levels of Anxiety and Depression

A study by science daily says that the pressure to be available on social media 24/7 leads to higher levels of depression and anxiety among teenagers these days.

3. May result in reduced sleeping time.

The compulsion to be on the phone, before going to bed, may slowly be infringing their sleeping time. As a result, these kids may actually be missing out on the crucial sleep necessary during their childhood.

Also, it so happens that the light emitted from phones, tablets and computers emit more from the blue region of the spectrum; this triggers the hormone serotonin (which helps us stay awake) and suppresses the hormone melatonin (which helps us sleep).

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This can have a detrimental effect on our child’s sleep pattern, especially if exposure is just prior to their sleep time

4. Increased problems with weight

When children choose to play virtual games on their phones over the rather more traditional games and sports that involve more physical activity, it leads to sedentary lifestyle patterns that hamper their health and can result in increasing their weight and childhood obesity.

5. Decreasing Attention Span

In a study by Boston College, it was found that when the students were kept in a room with both television and computers on, they switched their eyes back and forth every 14 seconds — 120 times in 27.5 minutes.

Clearly, from all of the above, now you would be pretty convinced to not put a phone in your kid’s hands EVER again!

But needless to say, having a phone also has its positive aspects. And, to jump to a rational conclusion, it would only be fair to take a look at the positive aspects of giving your son or daughter that small yet powerful machine.

The Strengths

1. Changing Social Habits

Yes, most of us reading this, value the importance of face-to-face interaction and wouldn’t want it to die. However, it is also true that society is always evolving and there is little that we can do to change that.

Interactions today are moving from real life to virtual interactions and would you really want to hinder your child’s evolution into this rapidly changing society?

2. Communication

Do you really want your son/daughter to miss out on an assignment that was communicated over WhatsApp on his class group? No, right?

As much as your children would use their phone for texting their friends, at the end of the day all they are doing is staying connected. Man is a social animal, after all!

3. Technological Evolution

As quick as it sounds, the world is getting ever closer to the futuristic picture shown in the movie Love Story 2050. And our kids are the vehicle for this digital evolution. By depriving them of a phone in their learning years, you are impeding their smooth landing into this digital era.

4. Infinite Knowledge

Yes, we all can agree that Google and YouTube have content that all the books in the world couldn’t cover! The kind of knowledge that the internet can provide us with, nothing else in the world can, so easily and ubiquitously. Wouldn’t you want your child to know things beyond the textbooks and the courses taught in school?

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5. SOS Scenario

Imagine you are unable to trach your child. In such situation, you can use the GPS tracking on the phone to know that your child is somewhere safe and sound. Hopefully, you’d never have to use this. But the facility is available, just in case. And the emergency dial feature on the phone would also come in handy if your child is in a threatened or dangerous situation.

The Decision

Okay, so now that we have seen a few boons and banes, here’s what we can conclude:

  1. Using the phone isn’t bad, abusing it is. You may want to restrict your kid’s phone use to a certain amount every day. (even the CEO of Snap does it!)
  2. Educating your child about the addictions and making them aware of the harm of overusing a phone would certainly help.
  3. It would help to show them a lot of educational platforms (like ThinkTac) the phone can provide while at the same time, ensuring they make use of it.

Curbing them from using a phone is only going to make them want to use it more than ever! In an article by Psychology Today it has been shown that Scarcity makes everything a lot more desirable.

So, it’s your call to make. Whether you would want your child to be deprived of a phone in their early years and binge on their phone usage later or to have them accustomed to the Dos and Don’ts of a phone from early in their childhood!

Do you agree? Let me know your thoughts and inputs in the comments below!

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1 Tool Away from Improving Your Cognitive Skills

Wonder why some of your friends are faster at grasping concepts in class? 

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Earlier we shared 5 ways to improve your critical thinking.

Likewise, we will share the secret of being the fastest learner in class.

Time to put your ThinkTacap  on.

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Now you must have figured that cognition is merely a reference to memory-ability to comprehend new information, speech and written notes. 

What builds your cognitive skills?

We are constantly in touch with our surroundings,physically and mentally. 

When you are sitting in class distracted, it’s because the learning experience is not able to grab your attention, instead wanting to figure out what the other student outside your classroom is doing seems more fun. 

You may notice that I highlighted learning experience;simply to help you understand why being distracted seemed like a better idea.

For instance, the other kid standing outside your class filling his water bottle and then ending up spilling it all over him by mistake, made you laugh. 

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He grabbed your attention by the activity he was performing. You may have observed how the water was filling up the bottle and the process of mishandling the object (water bottle). 

Now you are willing to share that with your friend,right? You tell your friend in detail what happened and how silly or embarrassing it must have been for that kid. 

Fun Fact: If you recall such an incident, you do have a great cognitive memory. 

Learning The Important 

Wouldn’t your class been more fun if you had an experiential tool to  practically show you what magnetic forces do? 

They can definitely make a frog jump. Yes, try it for yourself and be the whiz kid of class that you are.

Don’t forget to share the cool trick with your friends and teacher too. After all, interacting with people and remembering their face is part of improving your cognitive skills. 


Therefore,  choosing any one experiential tool that can help you understand a concept will not only improve your cognitive skills but also enhance your knowledge and passion for Science. 

Don’t forget to share your innovations with us at bit.ly/2ElCHxj.

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The One True Way To Make Learning Fun For Your Child

Fun? What’s that?

After a  long day at work, you come back home exhausted and you just want to sleep. But then you remember that your little one has his homework to do.

With the diminishing energy that you have, you sit with him to do his homework, only to see him apathetic and unresponsive to your attempts at making him study!

Well, if this is the case, then I can assure you, you’re not alone.

The Plague

Education in India is continually found guilty of being mundane and pro-rote methods. We can definitely empathise with our kids on this one, as we ourselves have been victims of this education system. 

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The one thing our kids focus on while they sit there “ardently” studying is, when they can go back to play

We have always categorised School and games as mutually exclusive. But, can there be a fun way to integrate the two and give our children the fun they seek, whilst giving them the knowledge that they require? 

The Trick

Yes, the very scarce, yet obvious solution to this would be to integrate the polar opposites of fun and education.

According to a report by Jessica Sanders in her Market Analysis blog, 70% of teachers have seen that implementing games in their teaching aids increases the response they get from students, yet only 18% of them are implementing them.

This is the reason why ThinkTac has come up with a range of fun and games to redefine how schools teach in India.

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Benefits of the Integration

I can assure you that the benefits to this integration are endless but here are my top few:

  1. Deep-rooted understanding: When youngsters play a game, they tend to go through the instructions and technicalities more carefully. As they are aware that these need to be recalled at a point later in the game. The perks of knowing the terms and complex jargon are more exciting in a game vs. a mundane Monday morning lesson.
  2. Dealing with Failure:  Games transform the discomfort and mental hurdle that ‘failure’ can create and turns it into an opportunity to master the task at hand.
  3. Increasing the attention span: With the advent of smartphones, the attention span of the younger generation has been on a big decline. With the focus needed in video games, your kid can now have a platform to work on the dearth of his concentration. 
  4. Less to worry: Going back to the point of you coming back exhausted from work, you can now be rest assured that your child is studying wisely and you can finally sleep peacefully!

At this note, I shall leave you with some food for thought. 

When we make play the foundation of learning, we teach the Whole Child.

Vince Gowmon

We also have a really cool competition for your innovative little genius, check it out here.

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5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Critical Thinking Abilities

Remember as a kid when the biggest decision you made was whether to buy that Dairy Milk or that packet of Lays’ with your ten-rupee budget?

From childhood to adulthood – and even right now – we continually create descriptive plans of how to optimum use of the limited money or the precious time that we have.

Did you know that the basic act of doing this is the process of critical thinking?

To break down the Jenga, critical thinking is simply the aggregate of those skills that empower you to think, observe and interpret anything that you sense (see, hear, smell, feel or taste).

Like for instance, when you push off your copy-writing assignment till an hour before the deadline (we do not advise this!), makes you utilise your critical thinking skills to get it done within that time constraint. 

Just like Rome wasn’t built in a single day, for you to foster these skills, you need to be in a steady tortoise race. 

So the question now arises, how do you develop your critical thinking skills?

Five Point Guide to enhancing your critical thinking:

1. All you got is 24 hours

Whether it be Bill Gates, Narendra Modi, Stephen Hawking or You, all of us have the same 24 hours a day. It is essential to channelise your day and decide how and what you will address every day. 

“Time isn’t the main thing, it’s the only thing.”

– Miles Davis

Along with making you more productive, this also improves your decision-making skills as you’d have to prioritise one activity over another or decide how to fit both into your tight schedule. 

2. Get more Inquisitive

Increasing your curiosity and questioning things around you not only gives you more information but also gives you a lot of perspectives you couldn’t have imagined earlier. 

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A simple trick is to find a statement and cover at least the 4 W’s and an H (How, What, Why When, Who)

For instance, while watching an American TV show, it says “Its 125 degrees outside; we’re burning!”.  You can ask:

  • How can the temperature be 125 degrees?!
  • Why does America still follow the Imperial system?
  • What other countries use Fahrenheit to measure temperature? And so on…

3. Experiment and Experience

Let’s say back in the fifth grade you had to learn the concept of volume and pressure. Would you understand better if you read: a monochrome text print or conducted an activity blowing a balloon?

Experiential learning taps into zones that theoretical or rote learning fails to. It gives the untapped potentials of the mind a chance to shine.

 It is a pot pourri of cognitive, critical-thinking and academic skills. 

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Subscribing to ThinkTac’s Activities is a really good way to hone your experiential learning abilities. And if you think you got it in you to create crazy experiments, get yourself enrolled on this Raman Young Student Innovator Award!

By doing so, you learn and experience something new every day. And in today’s world experience is money.

4. Just One Case a Day

Recently, I was reading this debate about why we study history still, and one of the reasons is so that we learn from it and do not make the same mistakes our predecessors did.

Case Study is one of the best ways to do that. The best way to study cases is – 

  • Step 1: Read up the problems in the cases.
  • Step 2: Think of how you would overcome those problems
  • Step 3: Tally your solutions with what solutions were really made
  • Step 4: Repeat and get better. 

5. Keep Changing Your Shoes

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All of our judgements are impaired by a lot of biases. However, the one way to make the best considered decision would be to think about it from another person’s shoes. 

This gives you a perspective different from your own. And now you can weigh the pros and cons of both and conclude what the best logical decision will be.

I will now leave you with this Ted-Ed video by Samantha Agoos. Do watch it. 

See you on the other side of critical thinking!

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The Secret to Unleash Your Inner Science Maestro!

Can You Master Science Like Never Before?

“Curvilinear motion is defined as a motion that occurs when a particle travels along a curved path, which can be in two dimensions (in a plane), or in three dimensions. This type of motion is more complex than rectilinear (straight-line) motion”

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Clueless? Me too.

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Is science giving you a hard time? Well, what if I told you that you could fall in love with this incomprehensible subject?

Back in fourth grade, remember when we were learning about how sound waves are transmitted and we made that device with two cups and a string?

Not only did that make me feel like Graham Bell; but that experiment, it stuck with me. In fact every time I backed up a theory with a practical experiment it really got ingrained in my system.

But then, what did I do differently?


The Big Revelation

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Presenting to you, experiential learning. The practice of learning something by actively doing it and then reflecting upon it. The reason experiential learning is so implementable in scientific study is that it imparts qualities onto its learners.

Qualities like logical thinking, critical reasoning and making keen observations. It helps students unlearn and reorder the conception of any topic, leaving no room for dull, lifeless and rote learning approaches.

Hands-on examples, further benefit traditional science learning as they provide an industry relatable experience.

Once the learning outcomes of any topic are established, they can be implemented through various experiential disciplines. 

Take it Home

Remember the first paragraph on Curvilinear Motion that needed Alan-Turing-like deciphering skills? Well, it can be broken down into the simplest way – using household items like binding wire and springs through experiential learning. 

This video by ThinkTac shows you how:

So, are you ready to get your hands dirty and redefine the phrase “rocket science”?

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If yes, you might want to subscribe to ThinkTac. Not only does it have the best experiential learning DIY kits and tools but it also has videos that teach you the how-to-dos. 

You think you got it in you to create experiments like these? Well enrolling into

this competition is what You need to do then!

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Are We Losing The Elon Musk In Us?

Let your child be the superhero he admires.

Science for Kids

Youngsters are brought into the world with a characteristic inclination to learn.

From that point on, they set out on the adventure of revelation dallying with their environment, forming circumstances to their benefit and making the most inventive inquiries.

Science is a programme already embedded in our mind.

Wonder HOW?

These youthful personalities are inventive and their paper watercraft, sand palaces, conceptual illustrations and sketchy recreations are outlets of the imaginative limits in them.

It is through this experiential cooperation with the world that they start to innovate. Science, thus, originates from this; it is intrinsic, alive and continually developing. 

“Science is not only a discipline of reason but also one of romance and passion.”

-Steven Hawking

As children grow up, they forget the superpowers that they possess – if one can dream it, one can make it. 

Maybe that’s why India is stagnant. I know I have given you a lot of Hows to ponder upon but if not now, then when?

India was incidentally one of the very first countries to catch up with the post-Industrial-revolution era.

The same nation today, is in the fight to become a scientific superpower.

Is the competition real? 

The Indian Intelligentsia believes that the citizens of this nation are caught in a vicious cycle of mediocrity, and this is a cliché. 

Additionally, increasingly slender career pyramids are forcing students to engage in a rat race to be the cherry atop a terrible cake. 

Hence, it is tough to opt to be a Scientist when we are past adolescence as our minds have now been conditioned to believe that Science is about endless digits and out-of-the-box research work 24/7. 

You ask WHY?

Education is aligning to a ‘one size fits all’ approach that is depriving students of exploring the concepts at a real-time avenue, Hence, resulting in a tumbledown passion for science. 

Thus, making your child forget how to use his/her superpowers. 

Solution 

  1. The solutions are infinite at ThinkTac. You can get your little munchkin started with his/her very own experiential tools to start building up the superhero suit.

After all, Spider-Man, Superman, Superwoman and Batman have one.  

  1. You can also enrol them in an always-fun course because we are not limited to using blackboards. We encourage discussions and welcome innovations. 

The study of science and maths are originally like games with rules but no objectives and that is essentially how they must be revised.

If you think your superhero already has it in him/her to save the world with his/her innovative ideas and win rewards, then you can sign up for the last biggest event of 2018. 

Let the New Year be a new milestone for your child! 

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