That one Kid

As a teacher, I am often asked this question. ‘Who is your favorite student in the classroom?’ and like any other teacher I would say ‘I don’t have favorites, I like something about each of my students’. This answer although generic, does excite me to think - What about a child, makes you like him, … Continue reading That one Kid


Sons of Pitches

I am hoping that we all have recovered from the painful give away of the Champions Trophy to Pakistan this June. We seem spirited, waiting for the next international cricket tournament. Having said that, I would not be completely wrong if I say that this conduct in India is almost not valid for other sports … Continue reading Sons of Pitches

The Tree House of my School

Did you know that a child who plays a lot is likely to have a better job when he grows up? How can playing – convert a dull or developing child into a human with an improved IQ? And why only kids, did you know that playing was equally beneficial for adults as well? Better … Continue reading The Tree House of my School

Hinglish Medium – Sharing is Caring

While nursing the overwhelming goodness from last night’s movie ‘Hindi medium’, I couldn’t wait to pen down a special memory among the millions that I reminisced. This ain’t any movie appraisal. It is about an event, which happened in March’17 that lionized “Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded ” … Continue reading Hinglish Medium – Sharing is Caring

Nutrition Survey by 3rd graders

News! News! - there are just 29 more days for Summer holidays to end. Which means hopefully you are done holidaying and its time to register kids into hobby classes that could upgrade their skills. Or just cherish the moments of having them around for some more time until school resumes. My mother always put me into Dance, Art, Kumon classes … Continue reading Nutrition Survey by 3rd graders

Wings on their Feet

Football is a ‘Hey-Ho’ when your favourite team wins. It brings a gullible smile on the faces of young boys wondering about the footy stunts they could perform to impress people around. And when I saw a 2nd grader in my building dribbling the ball in the lift, I was left amazed. It was but … Continue reading Wings on their Feet