“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”— Dr. Seuss, “I Can Read with My Eyes Shut!”
Founder - The Curious Child
With a decade of professional experience in the field of media research, I am now passionately working towards bringing quality content to our young minds and helping them become independent readers.
An avid reader, enthusiastic traveler and love for different cuisines is what describes me in a nutshell.
The Curious Child is registered under Government of India and has a customer base in different parts of the world.
What is ‘The Curious Child’?
A simple and a safe platform that provides only relevant news insights to our curious minds to read and explore. A daily dose of interesting news articles that will trigger the young minds and make them aware of the general know how about what’s happening around the world.
Why do we need a resource like ‘The Curious Child’?
As parents and as teachers, we constantly make effort to impart knowledge to our kids in a way they can understand. Knowledge, which not only can help them make empathetic but also make them confident in this ever-changing world.
However, since the internet has such overwhelming amount of information, it gets extremely demanding for parents and teachers to pick consumable news quickly and efficiently. We often spend hours to find age-appropriate information and even if we find any, either the language is difficult or it’s too long to retain the interest of the child. There is a lack of resource when it comes to educating our children on the general know how of the world. Resources that are child friendly, easy to understand and help in self-reading.
This is where “The Curious Child’ bridges the gap – it brings a daily dose of insightful information which is beyond textbooks. A simple and safe platform that provides relevant news insights on a daily basis. Promoting independent news reading among young generation.
How does ‘The Curious Child’ benefit children, parents and teachers?
The Curious Child has become an indispensable tool for children, parents and teachers as it offers:
- Indulgent reading of articles on interesting topics
- Making child confident in terms of the world around them
- Inculcating non-fictional reading habit
- Group Discussions or exchange of views among peers or at school
- Vocabulary enhancer
- Conversation starter
To ignite the curiosity in children by encouraging them to read independently about the events from across the globe
- To provide relevant insights which children can safely access
- To provide a medium to inculcate non fictional reading habits in children.
- To contribute towards making our future generation aware of the world affairs and develop empathy towards the environment we live in
- Promote independent news reading