The Genius Box “Farm Fun” kit consists of diverse, interactive, and age-appropriate activities which will give young explorers an opportunity to learn about farm animals and life on a farm. It will also give them an understanding of the importance of farms and farmers in our lives. This activity kit is designed to encourage creativity and curiosity through experiential play. Each kit contains a range of interesting activities that comprise educational projects, puzzles, games, and S.T.E.M activities. Genius Box kits are focused on developing important skills that encourage children to communicate, create, share, play and learn naturally.
Our mission is to build crucial skills, inculcate fearless learning, and lay a strong foundation through play activities, in the formative years of childhood.
GENIUS BOX KITS ARE DESIGNED WITH THREE SIMPLE PRINCIPLES
A. KIDS ARE NATURAL LEARNERS
Neuroscience studies on learning show that children are natural learners. Their brain is naturally inquisitive and actively seeks knowledge. They learn the best when they are exposed to resources that allow them to freely explore, experiment, and discover. Genius Box kits are designed to provide a whole-brain learning natural environment.
B. PLAYING IS THE BEST FORM OF LEARNING
Spontaneous play triggers trillions of neural connections in the brain that form the basis of healthy cognitive development. Play is also important for the social, emotional, and physical well-being of a child. When young minds are captivated, engaged, and completely absorbed in their play, they develop important life skills like planning, organizing, problem-solving as well as social skills without even realizing it. Play allows them to make sense of the world around them without restriction.
C. CURIOSITY, THE SECRET TO SUCCESS
Curiosity is a hunger for knowledge, ideas, and information. Curiosity flourishes when children are stimulated or engaged in game-play and multi-sensory learning. Curious minds are more open to explore, experiment, and discover. Curiosity fuels success, and as long as kids stay curious, they are motivated to learn.