There is a genius in every child.

“It’s never too early to start reading with kids! I started reading to Ida when she was 4 months old. The book I picked up was Moo Baa LALALA. She used to smile whenever we were reading. I think she liked it!” “By 9 months we were reading books like Where is baby’s belly button….

Gargi from Khanda Colony – Show and Tell

Wunderbar Kids Celebrates Field Day!

This year, when we decided to celebrate Field Day, it confused a lot of parents. We had mothers and fathers calling us up to ask “What is Field Day? We’ve heard of sports day, but not Field Day!”

“Well”, we replied. “That’s because we just invented it”

7 colours make a rainbow

In our quest for personal stories, here’s one from Sharmishta – our teacher at our Kamothe 17 school at Panvel. In our opinion, Sharmishta not only went above and beyond the call of duty, she has proven that she’s imbibed the spirit of ceIebrating uniqueness. I found Sharmishta’s story beyond inspirational. It reminded me again…

The Hare and the Tortoise

How many times have we heard the story of the hare and the tortoise? And how many of us have ever thought of a different ending to the story – one where the hare wins? Rudra, a 4 year old Wunderbar Kid, did exactly that! It was during scribble time that Rudra drew the story…

How Vihaan learnt his letters

Emergent Literacy – A story of Kruti