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Take a look at our weekly and fortnightly reviews and keep abreast of the latest in the world of books, movies, apps, educational toys and board games that are best for your children!

Book Reviews

"Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him." Maya Angelou Instil in your children the habit of reading so that they may become aware, knowledgeable, and most importantly, free of all constrictions that can limit their imagination and potential. Every book that Team Explore reviews is chosen on the merit of its message, age-appropriate language, and visual appeal to the young readers.

Apps Reviews

The idea of providing apps reviews for kids cropped when we saw how difficult it is to find children without their iPads or mobile phones these days. As a parent, it is your responsibility to ensure that the kind of content your child watches online or even on TV is safe and enriching. To make your job a little bit easier, Team Explore gives fortnightly reviews of the best apps that you can download for FREE or for a little sum of money, all the while assured that child is playing something that will refine his mathematical abilities and perceptual skills.

Educational Toys and Board Games Reviews

The concept of board-games is timeless. Companies are now making toys and board-games that greatly help to improve your child’s motor skills, reasoning, strategy and tactics, presence of mind, and the ability to play fair. Every fortnight, we pick board-games and toys which will serve to enhance your little one’s mathematical, tactical and language abilities.

Movies Reviews

There are so many movies coming out these days, and several great ones that have already been released. So how do you choose which one your child should watch? Check our weekly reviews of the best children’s movies of all times. The movies we review (both old and new releases) are handpicked on the basis of their positive theme, visual appeal, and an empowering message for your child to learn from.

Expert Advice

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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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