Today, parents are extremely aware and they know the importance of books and storytelling. We also know that parents are making an effort to move their kids away from the screen and enjoy simple activities that we liked when we were young. We loved stories that were passed down by our grandmoms and ancestors. We loved to explore the world and everything was not at our fingertips. We had to imagine it by reading or hearing about it.
How are you planning to give the same simplicity of life to your children?
At Kidsstoppress, we believe in simplifying parenting for you. We know that there are abundant choices out there which can get overwhelming. All you need do is sign up for #KSPBookClub for our age-appropriate recommendations of books and #KSPMealPlan for a balanced fun meal ideas for your family.
Today #FindItOnKSP brings you Spin A Yarn and this is why we are absolutely kicked about this platform for storytelling! Scroll down and find out more!
What is Spin A Yarn?
Spin-A-Yarn, streams videos featuring grandmothers, grandfathers, mothers and fathers reading children’s books in Indian Regional Languages (Marathi, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, etc.) alongside creatively produced illustrations. How cool is that?
What do we love about Spin A Yarn?
- We love that the videos are multilingual and you can introduce multiple languages to your child.
- Introduce reading aloud to children because it improves their reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking and concentration, and general academic aptitude, as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading.
- You don’t need to dedicate a time to reading because you have access to all the stories for 24-hours.
- They have 40 narrators (teachers, authors, housewives, fathers, etc.) from different backgrounds.
- They are partners with UNESCO for their Indigenous Language Program
- It caters to children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide.
- They have a wide range of things you can introduce to your children – from short stories from India to.
What we look forward to?
We wish they could share some experiences on how the children streaming these amazing stories!
Where can you find them:
Instagram: Spin A Yarn
Facebook: Spin A Yarn
Website: Spin A Yarn