Learning Activity Box to keep kids engaged and have fun-filled learning
‘Learning Never Exhausts The Mind‘ – Leonardo Da Vinci
Technology dependence doesn’t come with a statutory warning of – Addiction! Who doesn’t understand this than us – writers/bloggers. Our screen time (phone or laptop) has taken over the other spaces of life. A sudden visit at ophthalmologist has confirmed the worst worries to reality. I got an eyesight woes now! thanks to my over dependence on technology and uneven time management practices.
Same is the case with our kids; I remember switching on T.V during feeding time. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner would not be complete without funny cartoons and animated rhymes. She giggled and loved the animation so much, that I started playing it for her more often. Slowly the inclusion of gadgets became necessity for us, and when she was 3.5 yrs her screen time enhanced rapidly. The realization struck me when my talkative birdie curtailed her ‘masson sawal‘ & started showing sudden anger jolts. Unable to understand what could be the reason behind this change, we got her many new toys and games. But none excites her more than a day or two.
Once scanning through an article on kids with sudden behavioral changes, I realized it’s all thanks to the gadget we gave her as fun tool. Learning via online videos and gaming apps and it’s over dependence turned scary sight for me. Now, that I knew the problem, solution is the next target. Sudden ban would increase risk of isolation or negative learning for such a small kid. Hence, I started searching for options to deviate her attention. There comes Flintobox; learning activity box specially designed for kids to keep them off-screen time.
About Flintobox – Learning Activity Box Concept
So what is Flintobox?
Educational activity boxes specially designed keeping in mind the age and child development. Arunprasad Durairaj, Vijababu Gandhi, and Shreenidhi Srirangam realized the growing dependency on T.V. addiction in kids. They began the journey of designing something that not only keeps younger generation off the screen time but also imbibe learning in them. Age based learning activity box – 2 – 3, 3-4, 4-8, 8-12 years of age.
Learning new Concepts with Flintobox –
Our first Flintobox activities were pertaining to Learning the WORLD. It was a wonderful exercise not only for my kid but elders too. A huge map with different continents, countries, their ethnicity, important monuments, etc. She was just 4 when learned all about the World while playing. In her school, they recently had ‘Around the World’ carnival and she was able to relate and participate with much better understanding.
The second flinto box was all about ‘SPORTS‘ – A Football game, A mini Golf kit, and Slam Dunk. With very easy to understand instructions kids can them self set up the whole activity. She is 5, and to my surprise I just had to guide her a very little in setting up the sports arena at home. Oh! did I tell you each activity box has a reader too? A handy reading book with some amazing fun animal characters – with cute names. Benji, Flinto, Mia, Bo Bo! They take you along on an adventurous journey by reading. Easy language with two liner sentences formation kids love reading these books. Also it adds creativity in kids.
How to get your Flintobox for easy & fun-filled Learning
Moderately priced Flintobox are available via subscriptions for 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. I absolutely recommend to get one box and see the engagement of your kid. Check out the vibrant themes available, its new box activities every time. The designer team, curates new boxes every single month. So, don’t wait anymore and join the #gadgetfreebachpan movement with me and many mothers like me. Let’s keep our kids away from Gadgets and T.V. addiction for a better, healthier and brighter Learning.
Disclaimer – Author has received the box free, but the views and review is honest & based on her personal experience.
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