The principles of Montessori education can be extended beyond the classroom and integrated into the home environment to support children's learning and development. Creating a Montessori-friendly home environment involves thoughtful consideration of the physical space, the selection of age-appropriate materials, and the cultivation of independence and autonomy.
With Mumbai's skyline constantly evolving, the structural stability of apartment buildings becomes a vital aspect of secure living. As the demand for real estate grows, there arises a pressing need for comprehensive structural stability studies to ensure the safety and well-being of residents.
A sense of ownership in Public Open Spaces
What makes a city, a city? Buildings, skyscrapers, congested streets, noisy vehicles? Cities are more than stoic structures. Cities are made of the beating hearts of busy people. Where these people go and where they meet are at the core of what makes a city work. Hence, more important than high-rise buildings in a city is the public spaces between them.
What makes a city Child Friendly?
Children are sensory beings. They are born with innate creativity. They have the capacity to convert anything in their surrounding as a toy with the help of their imagination. Child friendly cities work within the framework of this knowledge.
7 Reasons why your kids need outdoor play space
In the age of smartphones, tablets, and video games, outdoor daytime for children has become increasingly scarce. Children are spending more time indoors, leading to a sedentary lifestyle with detrimental effects on their physical and mental health. However, the significance of creating outdoor clay spaces for kids cannot be overstated. These spaces not only offer a fun and engaging environment but also clay a crucial role in their overall development. In this article, we will explore the numerous benefits of outdoor clay spaces and why they are essential for the well-being of our children.
Ideas to consider for creating an Indoor Play Space for Children
Architectural Design Perspective shared by Ar Rinka D'Monte
The outbreak of Covid-19 restricted us to our homes, affecting people of all age groups in our day-to-day activities. It changed our regular routine of work, college and school; of children especially, as outdoor play areas had to be prohibited due to social distancing. As digital media heavily took over to become the source of communication and entertainment during this time, similar progression was seen in the play activities of children. Things brings up the emergence of indoor play spaces that cater to the child’s need of cognitive and social development.