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Boost your child’s brain through creative learning

The WIZKIDS CLUB is designed to boost your child’s brain through creative learning. To help them gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The club was launched by NASA STEAM-certified leader and children’s book author Sumita Mukherjee . It is designed with children aged between 6-12 years of age in mind. The Club is built around a host of compelling activities, experiments, travel stories, DIYS and engineering books. By signing up to the WIZKIDS […]

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Stimulate your child’s mind through Science

The WIZKIDS CLUB is designed to stimulate your child’s mind via science and features activities, experiments, travel stories and engineering books. Designed with children aged between 6-12 in mind, the club provides you with vast inspiration for activities, with the newsletter featuring details on contests and news that can help you get your child reading, learning, exploring and enjoying a host of new experiences and discoveries. The club enables you and your child to embark on exciting and valuable hands-on […]

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How to make your own “PUMPKIN FLIP-BOOK” this season.

  MAKE YOUR OWN PUMPIN FLIP-BOOK! Age: Preschool- Grade 1. Super easy and fun STEM activity to get the little ones involved and keep busy. This flip-book has simple instructions and very easy to follow. Simple print , cut and make your own. Learn about the various stages of a pumpkin’s growth. Right from tiny seeds to giant pumpkins! STEP1: Download the book from here and print out the related pages. STEP 2: Cut out the cover page of […]

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STEM or STEAM is an acronym and stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Instead of each subject being taught individually and separately at school or home, STEAM aims to fuse them together into a unified learning model, which is also based on real-life, practical applications. The drive behind STEM is to get more engagement with these subjects, and make it relatable to the world around us. Parents and teachers should help students integrate knowledge across discipline and encourage […]

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