Language Skill Development
- Value Education
- Arts & Crafts
- Handwriting Skill
- Public Speaking Skill
- Monologue Skill
Value / Moral Education
Today our schools are concentrating on delivering academic achievement to the students. Less concentration is given to their personal behaviour. The attitude of today's young generation made us think twice that the implementation of value and moral education is a must for the youth. Our program makes sure that the students are aware about the importance of value education from the prior stages of development.
In School, Children are taught a lesson and then given a test, Value E-Kids Education will give a test, which teaches a lesson.
Arts & Crafts
Children love crafts. They seem to become fixated when they are drawing, painting, cutting, pasting and working through kids’ crafts and activities. Kids love working with their hands.
There is something in the sense of achievement children get when they are working on crafts or craft activities that involves their creativity and stimulates their imagination. But there is so much more to this picture than a sense of achievement. The amazing developmental benefits that children can obtain through creative craft ideas make children’s crafts such a crucial part of a child's healthy development.
Projects : Clay Crafts, Clay Modelling, Painting, Puppet Making & Embossing Painting
A professional handwriting skill improvement program for students and also exam writing guidelines will be provided to score more marks in their academics.
Public Speaking Skill
Story Telling & Public Speaking Skill
Compare with your child watching a video or television show, the experience of sharing a story is vastly more personal and rewarding. Oral storytelling is unique in that; it is interactive and personal, bringing your personality to the experience. Storytelling is more than entertainment; it is a bonding experience between the storyteller and the listener. E-Kids will utilize its expertise to convert from storytelling to Public Speaking Skill.
Monologue & Soliloquy Skill Development
Soliloquies and monologues have one thing in common: they each involve a solitary speaker. The difference between the two doesn't have to do with who's talking but with who's listening
A monologue might be delivered to an audience within a play, as it is with Antony's speech, or it might be delivered directly to the audience sitting in the theater and watching the play.
But a soliloquy — from the Latin solus ("alone") and loqui ("to speak") — is a speech that one gives to oneself. In a play, a character delivering a soliloquy talks to herself — thinking out loud, as it were — so that the audience better understands what is happening to the character internally.