By Kiddington on November 28, 2014 in @Kiddington with Comments
Childhood is incomplete without playing games.
And sadly, there are many kids who are deprived of this wonderful right owing to their circumstances. We, at Kiddington, believe that “Play” is equally important for a child’s development and would like to make that possible through our Projects for Underprivileged Kids.
In keeping with this, our Play zone projects kick started with special sessions for underprivileged kids of a school. It was a delight to hear their shrills and watch their eyes gleam in joy. There were moments when the kids entered the ball pool and did not know what to do next, until one of the teachers demonstrated how wonderful it feels to dive into the balls as if it were a swimming pool. Their smiles were infectious and they have left us asking for more.
We invite NGOs / educational institutes to help us extend the reach of our projects to the underprivileged kids and enrich their lives with the world of our wonderful play zones.
By Kiddington on October 28, 2014 in Child Development with Comments
Aren’t we amazed at the capabilities of the toddlers of the generation who can handle laptops and ipads with the ease, while we struggled to learn it the first time it was introduced to us? Their technological skills are amazing, no doubt, but have we ever realized the cost at which it comes? I am not talking of the cost of technology; I am sure all of us can afford technology. What we cannot afford to have is to let your kid get alienated from outdoor playing. Read More …
By Kiddington on September 26, 2014 in Child Development with Comments
It’s Football….footbaallllllll! The new Ad for Football League talks to the inner child in everyone. A catchy tune, that sticks to your mind and plays through all day. A few weeks ago it was T20 that was catching the world’s fancy. Games, sports have always made children interested. Yet, play is a word that is quickly diminishing from daily routines children follow these days, what with the competitive edge, one-upmanship, as well as trends that hook children to the TV or the computer. Studies and research done on children suggest that “Playtime” is very important for the overall development of the child. Playtime is needed to give a boost to your kid’s development.
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