Chandigarh, India (PressExposure) October 11, 2012 -- There was a time when the Internet was just an informational tool. In the early life of the World Wide Web some 20 years ago, websites were simple and provided a one-sided conversation. As time went on, the Internet became more interactive and Web log or "blog" became one of its important features. The earliest blogs started in the late 1990s as online diaries. As blogs evolved, interactive features were added to create a two-way conversation. Readers took advantage of features that allowed them to leave comments on blog posts or link to posts on other blogs and websites to further the dialogue. Blogs have become more than online diaries. In fact, blogging has become an important part of the online and offline worlds with popular bloggers impacting the worlds of politics, business and society with their words.
Keeping in mind the above, Kinderpillar - Ivy League schools, has started to write a Blog for its readers so that they get requisite knowledge about early childhood education and benefit from the experience and expertise of the Kinderpillar team, Ellen Booth Church, an early childhood expert from the USA and the Academics team of Kinderpillar who are updating the blog regularly with many interesting and informative topics for both, parents and educators. The blogs would cover topics of a varied range, from childhood behavior to the latest educational trends in pre schools. There are various topics which aid in good parenting also. For a detailed knowledge, you can visit our blog at http://www.kinderpillar.com/blog
Kinderpillar - Ivy League, a novel concept in the preschool segment, offers a judicious mix of international standards in early childhood education and Indian traditions. The Curriculum and the Brand, having been developed in the USA and Kinderpillar is ready to replicate its success across the country via the franchise model. Kinderpillar aims at integrating the best and the most advanced educational theories and practices being followed throughout the developed countries across the globe with the cultural richness and values of India. At Kinder pillar, it's not just "what" children are taught, but also "how" they are taught that is fundamental to their development.