Khushboo, from Mumbai, sent in this great idea. Let’s take a look at it…

What did you do?

I was planning to teach Naman parts of a plant from long time…But was not getting the perfect idea, as wanted to teach him this practically, as he learns fast that way. But now as we cant go out, so thought of doing it at home by using some stuffs from kitchen only. so here we go, all you need is :

curry leaves
curry stems
carrot flower
onion roots
some lady finger seeds

And you are done.

You don’t always need fancy toys or resources to teach you kids. Something very few things from your kitchen can also do a magic.

Do you have any other projects planned?

We are now working on logical reasoning, counting, flags recognition and many more physical activities.

Tell the Housebound With Kids community a bit about yourself…

I’m Khushboo. I am the mother of Naman who recently turned 3. Residing in Mumbai, founder of learning munchkins where we designs creative worksheets for toddlers to make learning fun.

Do you have any tips for other parents?

I have read somewhere and my favourite quote too “your kids need your presence, not your presents”. So give loads and loads of time to your kids thats what they need.

What are your family’s favourite board game(s)/card game(s)?

We love playing ludo and UNO cards.

What are your children’s favourite books?

That’s not my teddy, The jungle book , Dinosaurs by lady Bird series.

What toys would you recommend to other parents?

Encourage kids for open ended games with blocks, legos, stacking rings and cups. And also encourage sensory games which helps in motor skill development of child.

Has this website and community helped you?

As I love crafts and creativity so find this as the best place for this.