Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (December 05 to December 11, 2019)

Read a Book 
Inside India: Amazing Historical Places by Shachii Manik and Ahmed Sikander (Age: 5+ years)
Two friends, Indy and Dia set out on a journey to explore India. They visit various historical places, some of which are famous while some are not. Through the book, they narrate different facts and stories related to these places and readers experience each place by solving activities related to the place, cooking recipes from the area and creating crafts by following the guidelines in the book. Read the book to experience and explore India like never before. Published by HarperCollins and available on Amazon.in


Stories for South Asian Super Girls by Raj Kaur Khaira and Illustrated by Various Artists (Age: 12+ years)

This book spans across many centuries and features 50 famous women from across the world. It talks about women who have broken stereotypes to fulfil their dreams.

Some of the women profiled are Razia Sultan, Noor Jahan, Lilly Singh, Indra Nooyi, Rupi Kaur, Jameela Jamil and Anjali Sud.

The book is beautifully illustrated by a number of acclaimed artists. Published by Kashi House and available on Amazon.in


Hindustan Times Scholarship Programme 2019

The Hindustan Times Scholarship Programme is an initiative by HT Media to recognise young talent in the country. It aims to help students understand their unique talents and guide them on how to use their talents to achieve their goals. The selection process not only focuses on students’ academic performance, but also on creative and other extracurricular skills. For More Details, Log On To: www.bit.ly/HTScholarship


Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (November 28 to December 04, 2019)

Read a Book
Vetaal and Vikram: Riddles of the Undead by Gayathri Prabhu (Age: 12+ Years)
This book retells one of the oldest stories of Indian literature, about Vetaal, who is a storyteller, and King Vikram, who is a listener. The original story of Vetaal and Vikram was written nearly 2,500 years ago by Mahakavi Somdev Bhatt. 

Vetaal narrates 25 stories to King Vikram, each of which ends in a moral. This book features some of these stories. Published by HarperCollins and available on Amazon.in


BRICS Math Competition

BRICS Math is an online mathematics competition conducted annually for students from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The mathematics problems and tasks of the competition are given in the form of a game and are based on logical thinking, so the participants do not require any in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum.


Virat: the Making of a Champion by Neeraj Jha and Vidhanshu Kumar (Age: 7+ years)

'Virat: The Making of a Champion' is about an ordinary Delhi boy who grew into one of India’s finest cricket captains. The book is full of inspiring stories from his life, which show us that persistence, determination and dedication are three important keys to achieving success.

It includes anecdotes from Kohli’s teammates and coaches. Read the book and be inspired to chase your goal. Published by Hachette India and available on Amazon.in


Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (November 21 to November 27, 2019)

Read a Book
Temple Tales: Secrets and Stories from India's Sacred Places by Sudha G Tilak (Age: 10+ years)
'Temple Tales' includes stories, secrets and surprising facts about different temples located across India. These temples are not just places of worship; they are also known for their rich architectural history, beautiful sculptures and cultural performances. Many Indian tales and folklore come from these temples. Read the book to discover some famous temples and the fascinating stories associated with them. Published by Hachette India and available on Amazon.in