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This New Year, engage your child with unconventional methods to help them learn better

Updated: Dec 30, 2016 10:28 IST

New Delhi [India], Dec. 30 (ANI): New Year calls for a new beginning!

Another year of growing up brings new challenges, and with a new session approaching, the challenges are plenty.

The change of syllabi, new subjects and new course structure makes it difficult for them to adapt easily.

Here are a few tips handy for any parent to help their kids adapt to the coming change:

Learning in a gamified format making learning fun!

CG Slate- It is the perfect learning gadget for a child. With accessible content mapped according to the NCERT syllabi, it offers an ecosystem where learning is as fun as playing! Catering to kids from Kidergarten to Grade 5, CG Slate offers quality content with a play-way approach.

Curated content (videos, games, worksheets) for easy understanding!

AppyStore: For engaging your kids productively, one can log on to Appystore for the content curated for kids. From learning videos to preschool education to even parenting tips, Appystore has it all!

Online learning content for easy access to a vast content!

LIV Kids- Sony LIV's newly launched LIV Kids platform helps kids to access kids friendly video content. Kids can learn from the curated content in a fun and easy way.

Book learning classes online for booking tutorials!

Classboat- It is a marketplace that collaborates with educators and instructors to offer a variety of classes in an easy-to-navigate space. For learners, it's a one-point destination to acquire new skills such as language, cookery skills or even martial arts. Book a course for your child & make them learn better. (ANI)

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Updated: Feb 25, 2017 06:27 IST

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