Igniting the Spark of Genius in Every Kid
Every Child is Born Genius.
Give them a Little Push, so that they can Fly!
MySuperKid Books ensure development of all aspects of the brain for the children of the age group of 2-6 years. The early years of childhood are crucial not just for the physical and health development but also for the cognitive and social emotional development. Our early childhood experts design and develop personalized books keeping in mind that these could be the first of the books that your kid interacts with.
Our curriculum is created to lay the foundation of creative and aptitude development at the early age of life. These developments in long term will help in shaping the bright future of your child by nurturing the interpersonal, communication and creative skills.
Neurological research shows that the early years play a key role in
children's brain development.
Why Choose MySuperKid for your Child?
With MySuperKid, get personalized rhymes and books created and structured for targeted age limits.
Every book is personalized after a consultation with our learning experts to understand the areas of interest of the child and help build them newer pillars of understanding and brain development.
Get Personalized Book/Video to Improve Cognitive Learning Process
Personalized books feature the image of your child thus building a connection to every situation they read.
The stimuli-response theory derived by Cognitive Learning Theory states this as the best way to develop a child’s creative and aptitude capabilities.
Connect and Associate with Situations through Interactive Learning
Interactive learning helps in understanding and relating to subjects, objects, people, relations, thus helping in the emotional and psychological development of the child.
Build Foundation to Creative Learning
The world of the preschooler is one of imagination and magic. For many children, their creativity will reach its peak before the age of six, after which it will begin to decline with the onset of formal schooling and the developmental drive towards conformity. However, supporting your child’s creativity in preschool sets the stage to foster its continued development in the years beyond.
Child’s Learning Pattern
There are 4 main learning styles: Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing, and Kinesthetic. Many students use a combination of each, but usually have one style that works best for them. By knowing your child's learning style, you can choose effective study methods that complement strengths rather than work against them.
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Why Parents and Kids
Around the World Love us?
MySuperKid children are outperforming other children in all aspects of life; not just studies.
Scientifically Designed Books
Early childhood education experts design books for the overall development of child.
Brain development is
"Activity-Dependent". Richer the experience stronger is the neuron development.
Age 2-6 Lays the Foundation
This is the most crucial period in a child's life. The foundation for life is laid during this time.
The preschool years are associated with major developments in young children's socialization.
Understand your Child’s Learning Pattern to Bring the Best out of their Personality
During early childhood (ages 2–6), children gain some sense of being separate and independent from their parents. The task of preschoolers is to develop autonomy, or self‐direction, (ages 1–3), as well as initiative, or enterprise (ages 3–6). Personality includes those stable psychological characteristics that define each human being as unique. Personality develops as a result of classical conditioning, operant conditioning , and observational learning. Preschoolers provide remarkable examples of how children play an active role in their own cognitive development, especially in their attempts to understand, explain, organize, manipulate, construct, and predict. Young children also see patterns in objects and events of the world and then attempt to organize those patterns to explain the world. In this stage, children increase their use of language and other symbols, their imitation of adult behaviors, and their play.