The reading repertoire of our Skywalker kids

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Our SkyWalker kids are reading Robinson Crusoe from April to September 2021.

Robinson Crusoe is one of the world’s most popular adventure stories. Daniel Defoe based his classic tale of survival on an uninhabited island on a true story.

Even today, the story remains relevant and meaningful for the following reasons:
1) Impact of Nature.
Nature controls Robinson Crusoe despite his best efforts but also inspires and challenges him. Crusoe’s journey of self-discovery occurs entirely through his association with nature, until the point when the man he calls Friday arrives.
2) His relationship with Friday.
Crusoe forms the deepest friendship of his life with Friday, a man he rescued from death.
3) Being thankful.

We realise again and again, the need to be thankful for what we have and not to be greedy.


Acquire good English skills naturally…

Our students acquire good English skills speedily and naturally by way of constant usage. They are teased into a READING HABIT from Day One and in good time, they are able to derive joy from expressing their thoughts in writing.

Here’s a picture of our SkyWalker kids immersed in their lesson. Most of them are from age 6 to 8, and they are reading stories like Robinson Crusoe and King Solomon’s Mines while learning to construct proper sentences.

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The reading repertoire of our Explorer kids

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Animal stories are strange and fun, and they do not feel like an education. But they are, and the beautiful thing is that lessons are delivered as of an exciting animal adventure.
Our Explorer kids are reading The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both animal stories, from April to June 2021. Here’s a peek at both stories:
The Call of the Wild is the story of Buck, a dog stolen from his home and thrust into the merciless life of the Arctic north to endure hardship, bitter cold, and the savage lawlessness of man and beast. White Fang, on the other hand, is the adventure of an animal – part dog, part wolf – turned vicious by cruel abuse, then transformed by the patience and affection of one man.
Jack London’s superb ability as a storyteller and his uncanny understanding of animal and human natures give these tales a striking vitality and power, and have earned him a reputation as a distinguished American writer.