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Our muscles are always working. We use them to pump blood around our body, to kick a football...

Title: Checolo Board Game
Distributed By: Toykraft
Checolo is a logically appealing, competitive and fast-paced game for the entire family. This unique, logic-based board game is sure to bring out your kids’ intellectually competitive side.
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Title: Webonauts Internet Academy
Developer: PBS Kids Go!
This app gives its users anopportunity to have some fun while exploring a web-infused‚ information-rich world...
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Team Explore welcomes you to its School Competition section. We at Team Explore hold various contests for kids across all age groups and are proud to have various schools actively participating in them. The competitions could vary from children clicking pictures to painting social awareness posters.

Children differ in temperament. Some flourish on competition, others become nervous when they are compared to others or are asked to perform before a crowd. Adults need to treat children as the individuals that they are. There is no need to push an already competitive child to compete, but it may be appropriate to encourage a more reluctant child who shows potential. Competition is good for children. It can help children develop healthy attitudes about winning and losing. Children become competitive as they refine and practice skills and develop coordination. Competition can encourage growth and push a child to excel.

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We don't grow into creativity!

It is not what we know that is important today, but what we do with it! It is our ability to analyze, think out of the box, ideate and create. We need creativity to get on with our lives. Finding that next tagline, strategy or product at work or resolving a tussle at home or even finding a quick fix to a leaking pipe!

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Millions of dollars are spent on research on how children learn, what skills they require to be successful today, and ways to engage them so that learning is effective.

At the same time the Indian education system remains archaic, using little of this research. Enough is said about our system being too dependent on “rote”...

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