The Skill Builder Science series focuses on learning through play

Editor | Children’s Books
The Skill Builder series focuses on learning through play, with skills being practised through fun activities. The activities are based on real-life situations that the children are likely to encounter.
The books reinforces concepts learned in school in a fun way and are suitable for different age and skill levels and aimed at students in Grade 1 to Grade 4. All activities in the books encourage the development of essential skills like critical thinking, research, inquiry and investigation.
With more than 50 activities, puzzles and experiments in each book, the Skill Builder: Science books are created to help children understand and enjoy science.
The Skill Builder

series aims to foster in children the numerical, logical, thinking and language skills that are essential for success in the twenty-first century. The books are broadly aligned to school curricula and are available at four different levels of complexity, so you can choose the one that best suits your child’s learning stage.
The Skill Builder: Science books are aimed at helping learners to become proficient in science. Through fun activities and challenging scenarios, learners will acquire investigative, research, observation, experimentation and analytical skills and learn to apply them to wide range of everyday contexts.
About the author
Sonia Mehta is a children’s writer who believes that sparking off a child’s imagination opens up a world of adventure. She has been writing for children for over two decades. Her body of work is wide-ranging – she created one of India’s first dedicated children’s newspaper sections; conceptualized the Cadbury Bournvita Quiz Contest for TV ; and has written books, songs, poems and stories for leading publishers in India, several African nations, the USA and the UK. She lives in Mumbai and runs Quadrum Solutions, a content company she cofounded. She is also the co-founder of PodSquad, a retail children’s edutainment brand that firmly believes that children learn best when they are having fun. Most days, Sonia can be found pounding away at her computer when she is not playing with her dachshunds, the two little loves of her life.

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