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What is the most valuable gift you have given your child?

Observation and learning As the mother of a 7-year-old, I keep observing and learning new things. Ever since I became a mother, every day I re-learn something or the other. Some weeks ago, my daughter was riding her cycle and playing with her friends. My next-door neighbour’s kid does not…

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Learn English with Phonics

Learn it right the first time At NumberNagar®, we strongly advocate learning it right the first time. This is especially true with basic concepts in subjects and language. When we learn basic concepts right the first time, we open ourselves to learning-related and complex concepts easily. Learning English through the…

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The vicious effect of clickbait information

Introduction Over the last two decades, the internet has revolutionised the way in which we access and consume information. What would take weeks of research in libraries is now available at the click of a button within microseconds.  No doubt this kind of access has driven progress in orders of…

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NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Making Mathematics the Way of Your Life

Introduction Mathematics is all around us, whether we see it or not. Mathematics is the gear and machinery which drives things we can see, feel, and touch, and things we can’t. We got a very good perspective on how to get command in Mathematics in our last article. While doing…

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NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Bringing Fluency in Spoken English in Children

Introduction English is as good as my native language and I’m fluent in it. However, I was not always like this. My “mother-tongue” is Hindi. So, when I started getting into debates, elocution, and speeches during my school days, I had to translate the sentences from Hindi to English, many…

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Traf-fix – an emotional fix to the traffic problem

Traffic, Traffic everywhere: A very common source of irritation to Bangaloreans is the omnipresent traffic jams. Being one of the contributors to these traffic woes, I started to think of a solution. What are the ways to solve the problem of long hours of waiting and mindless quarrels on the…

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An Awakening Call towards the state of Digital Literacy and Online Safety of our Children

Introduction In today’s connected world, the awareness of online safety is very important to keep ourselves safe online. This is even more important for minors with their gullible minds and ever-trusting attitude. As part of the research team at AIM Foundation, about 7 to 8 months ago,Parimita and I started…

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The Anatomy of a Summer Assignment

Learning is not an activity; it is a process. We can connect the dots only looking backward, not forward. When children are allowed the opportunity to exercise their imagination and creativity, their learning truly has no limits. At NumberNagar®, we strive to create these opportunities for children. We share below…

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Extelligence for the Students of Today and Digital Citizens of Tomorrow

“If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” – Isaac Newton “Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.” – Amy Poehler We covered in our previous article on…

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