A fun Life Skills class
sparking independent thought & expression in kids!
Do you struggle to feed your child vegetables? When one such child went home from our class and asked to eat spinach, the mother couldn’t believe her ears! We had just read about a boy who fell in love with farm fresh vegetables. Another child offered to help at home after a story where Mum was tired.
Nobody TOLD these kids vegetables were good for health or one should help at home. They discovered it on their own. And that made all the difference!
THE SKILL GAP
Understanding feelings (emotional quotient), forming your own ideas (creative thinking), effectively sharing ideas (communication), learning from mistakes (growth mindset) - these and other LIFE SKILLS build good habits for lifelong wellness.
Imagine your child being bullied in school, or grown up and at their first job in a new city. Wouldn’t you want them ready to meet these challenges?
Today’s innovation-driven world demands life skills, but traditional education’s focus is academics. Often this boxes a child’s natural creativity.
Enter Little Readers’ Nook, a safe space for discovery, where a unique story pedagogy helps children explore feelings and actively listens to their questions, thoughts and ideas.
LIFE LESSONS IN STORIES
We chose stories as a teaching tool because kids (and we) love them. Moreover, stories mirror life. Dig deep and one discovers bite-sized lessons for life.
This is our mantra at Little Readers’ Nook: questions to make you think, stories to help you understand!
We invite ALL children to join us in this adventure of a lifetime!