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Skola launches educational toys

Our Bureau Bengaluru | Updated on January 09, 2018 Published on December 27, 2017

Skola Toys has launched its range of educational toys and is planning to clock Rs 1 crore revenue per month in the next six months. According to company officials, Skola makes wooden toys which are self-correcting toys that help children aged 2-7 learn a variety of concepts and help them to learn at their own pace.

These toys help in numbers, language, dexterity, environment, culture and cognition through play, according to Mridula Shridhar, co-founder Skola Toys. Skola Toys is the brainchild of Shridhar, VK Manikandan and Nitish Agrawal.

Speaking on the concept of Skola Toys, Shridhar said: “Play is the highest form of consequential learning. It is always intrinsically driven, which means that the child already enjoys what she/he is doing. If learning is designed as a play, we will have a set of competent learners who are self-motivated to achieve more.”

Further, Skola Toys has been designed keeping experiential and sequential learning principles in mind, backed by child psychologists, child experts and educationists, across the globe, added V K Manikandan, Co-Founder.

"Through Skola Toys, we are aiming to provide parents with toys that will supplement what their child learns at school, at home,'' he added. The toys are available through online stores like FirstCry and offline stores.

Published on December 27, 2017
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