As a parent, we are constantly worried about our child’s mental and physical well-being. We are looking for ways to stimulate our child’s attention span, intelligence, and creativity. Children need unstructured play and experiential learning, in their formative years to develop their full potential. Play enables them to find different ways and alternative scenarios to solve challenges, while experiential learning, enables children to “learn by doing” and helps consolidate the leanings in their memories
Box Story kits work on the concept of play based learning. It is founded out of our passion to engage kids with hands on activities to encourage them to imagine ,build and explore in a constructive way. It takes the child on a new inspiring journey of imagination and creativity every month. Its a treasure house of kids activity boxes that includes educational games, arts and crafts, puzzles, flash cards, books, science projects, robotics, Slime fun for kids aged 3 to 8 years
Every box is an adventure in itself and there are varieties of boxes to choose from. Each box is geared toward strengthening children’s art, science and STEM skills with activities based on their age and skill level. These boxes enables a child to create a home lab, to construct ideas, to lead the hands-on inquiry and to develop a culture of knowledge. It is designed keeping in mind the essential need to provide children with contexts that encourage exploration, inquiry and action
Key Development Areas
Reading & Comprehension
DID YOU KNOW?
Child’s brain is twice as active, as that of an adult’s, during the first 6 years of their life.
In these formative years, they actively seek knowledge. Their natural inquisitiveness and spontaneity to learn must be nurtured, as it lays the foundation for all future learning. The right learning experiences during these years will impact the development of their future intelligence.
Young learners need unstructured play and experiential learning to develop their full potential.
It enables children to experience real-life situations and to find different ways to work through problems or ‘failure’ and how to overcome setbacks and challenges.
Children’s overall screen time has more than doubled since 1999, to over seven hours a day!
Research shows that excessive screen time can slow down children’s neurological development and lead to delayed language acquisition, lowered attention span, aggressive and impulsive behaviour.