Author: Gayatri Kalra Sehgal
Number Of Pages: 208
Package Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.0 x 0.8 inches
Release Date: 20-06-2019
Details: Product Description Exercise, nurture and enhance a child’s ability to think mathematically! SKILLS THAT BUILD is a series that guides parents and educators to develop a child’s essential life skills through activities that reinforce each skill in a fun and engaging way! Scare the spectre of mathematics away and develop mathematical thinking in a fun setting! Many grow up fearing the maths taught in school, which seems like a set of dull, tricky and timeconsuming rules. This is primarily because we are not taught to apply the tools of mathematics to understand the world. Being a Mathematician empowers a child by helping to develop winning-edge mathematical thinking instead of focussing solely on the rote learning of rules in order to solve math problems. The creative activities included in the book are uniquely designed to help exercise, nurture and enhance a child’s ability to think mathematically. Effectively, this becomes a lifelong skill that ensures success. What’s more: fun activities designed to run parallel to school curricula, engaging young minds in a much more interactive manner. About the Author GAYATRI KALRA SEHGAL is an accomplished artist. Educating young children, with an engaging dash of creativity, was a new dream for her. She has attended seminars, intensive workshops and exclusive courses on child development, effective communication, etc., helping her understand the specific requirements of children in a more profound way. She has set up a day-care centre and two schools, first as the principal and later as a dean, and carefully designed the academic curriculums. She has innovated and revolutionized a novel way of writing the report cards—‘Child’s Intelligence Profile’. Presently, she conducts seminars for distinguished educators and creates awareness among parents of differently abled children. Super Child: Unlocking the Secrets of Working Memory is an extensive collection of her experiences and her vision to create global leaders for tomorrow.