Do you know that when kids narrate stories, they don’t just passively listen to them, but they become far more socially expressive. The good story tellers learn the art of influencing and persuading people. In fact, that is the reason why story telling has become the most critical skill of the future generation.
Reading the pulse of kids who love getting engaged in the art of story telling, Aunty K with stories or Khushoo, hence, started The Little Kathakar programme where she is making young kids adept in the art of story telling.
You shall be surprised to know that many of her kids have been shortlisted by Bookosmia which is India’s premier writing platform for kids, which has been publishing over 100 original digital stories a month.
With several digital stories written by kids narrating the video stories by best storytellers, her kids have been standing with confidence to narrate the stories which is their own creativity.
Surprised? Isn’t it? But then, yes, this is a fact. Now let’s share the story of Mehul, who despite being 7 year old, has been surprising Aunty K with his out of the box ideas.
“However, he brought a proud moment for us when his creation during little Kathakar First Edition got selected by Bookosmia for publication.
He penned down a cute little story about four cows with a message – United we stand, divided we fall.
Bookosmia congratulated Stories with unity K for nurturing his creative talents.
Similarly, little Anvy of seven year has also earned credentials at Bookomia with her story Lali’s Jungle Safari, says Aunty K.
Now, if you want to take the sojourn into the kids story world, you can take them to Aunty K who is starting her second edition of Little Kathakar from July 18 for kids under the age category of 7-12 years.
So rush before you get late to register your kids for this wonderful programme which will set a milestone in your children’s carrier.