Gone are the days when parents moved cities and switched schools to give their children a better education. Welcome to the new India, where young parents want to educate their children at home rather than sending them to established schools.
In today’s digital era, we’re all familiar with the terms pre-recorded and live sessions. Have you ever attended a live online phonics class? And did you notice the difference? The face-to-face engagement has become increasingly infrequent, but live meetings can
Many things have changed since the epidemic, including online homeschooling in India. Individuals and institutions from various walks of life were exposed to online learning (some for the first time), with variable outcomes. Those who were well-prepared fared well like
Reading is such a difficult process that almost every child has difficulty learning to read. The good thing is that, with sufficient education in the phonics components of reading, most of these youngsters will develop to become strong and passionate
Writing is a complex process with many moving elements. A preschooler must combine vocabulary, grammar, and mental processing before turning to the physical component of handwriting or typing the words out. As a result, developing great writing skills involves a
Amongst the most essential abilities for a kid to acquire in the early homeschooling in India for preschooling years is reading fluency. A fluent reader not only makes the transition to being a fluent writer much easier than a non-fluent
Even before Covid-19, most working parents had already been juggling work and parenting responsibilities — and not always feeling successful. It’s simply not possible to be a full-time working professional while also working from home (with kids, a dog, a