Day: October 10, 2019

How to write great contents for children?
How to write great contents for children?

By: Renu Patle

Congratulations! If you are reading this article. You have decided to pen down your ideas for children which is the first step towards writing beautiful content for them. We often think it is very simple to write for children as they need simple language and simple thoughts. But believe me! children of reading age have incredible comprehension skills. Today’s children are fast, curious and habitual of ready video contents. In such cases, it is pretty challenging to write an attractive story or article for young readers. Here are some cool tips for you to write great articles and stories for children.

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Focus On Positive Things – Means A Lot For Your Child
Focus On Positive Things – Means A Lot For Your Child

“The research clearly shows that happy, optimistic children are the product of happy, optimistic homes, regardless of genetic makeup.”

Bob Murray, Ph.D., author of Raising an Optimistic Child.

From birth, children need experiences and relationships that show them they’re valued, capable human beings who bring pleasure to others. Positive attention, reactions and responses from key grown-ups help children build a picture of how valued they are. Let us see why is it important to focus on positive things in your child?

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A Child Well Read Has A Mind Well Fed
A Child Well Read Has A Mind Well Fed

“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” —Joseph Addison

Each child is born with three basic powers – Intellect, Movement and Will. As they grow, the last two develop naturally and reading can unfold the world of possibilities which develops their intellect. Let’s find out why reading is the most nutritious diet for the mind.

  • Exercises brains

Brain is the most amazing part of the body. It comes up with creative ways to express thoughts, emotions and coordinates different body movements. According to Elise Caccappolo, an associate professor of neuro-psychology at Columbia University, reading keeps one’s brain sharp and healthy throughout lifetime. Reading habit from childhood strengthens brain connections.

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