Story Telling: Panchtantra

Story Telling: Panchtantra

By Durriya Kapasi Children love it when you read out stories to them or tell them a story from your past. Storytelling is also an art that has social and educational benefits on them. So, it’s our duty to enhance their learning potential, simply by making books an essential part of their lives, and there […]

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By Durriya Kapasi

Story Telling: Panchtantra

Children love it when you read out stories to them or tell them a story from your past. Storytelling is also an art that has social and educational benefits on them. So, it’s our duty to enhance their learning potential, simply by making books an essential part of their lives, and there is absolutely no age for reading books.

It’s great for you to read to your kid right from the start. You don’t have to wait until your child is talking or understanding alphabets, as reading is a part of early education. Reading begins to teach your child how to recognize the sounds and rhythm of language.

How to choose a book?

Babies like books with interesting things, where they can feel and observe new things to them.

Toddlers also like books that make different sounds and have fold-out sections they can lift to reveal hidden surprises.

Preschoolers appreciate books with highly structured pictures, rhymes and interesting stories.

The best book I have bought so far:

Story Telling: Panchtantra

I have always enjoyed buying books for my child from the very start. He is the happiest when I gift him books and I have seen how books have helped him develop his way of speaking and understanding.

Out of his book shelf at home, he usually picks out his all time favorite “Good Night (moral stories) from Panchatantra.” I believe this is the best book I have bought so far. You should try it too.

Good Night (moral stories) from Panchatantra is a magnificent collection of well-known stories with colorful illustration. It has extra large print for easy reading and contains detailed pictures in it for your child’s entertainment.

This solo book consists of 12 short stories, enlightened with morals at the end of each story. This book is for children from 3 to 7 years of age.

I bought this book from- The Pages, at Panchwati, Near Sukhadia Cirle, for INR 275/-

You should definitely give this book a chance.

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