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Curiosity is the new superpower

Curiosity killed the cat but it’s oxygen for a kid. It’s the basic building block to nurture a livelong love of learning in Children of all ages. Curiosity is this innate self-driven interest to learn, explore, and discover. An absolute essential quality that sets the foundation for a child’s intellectual and emotional development.

Curios kids are self driven for life

Rewind back to when your kid was about 6 months old, they were curious about everything around them. New faces, new tastes, new touches and the unstoppable need to explore the world they are in as the months rolled past. As they grow older, this curiosity may decrease, and they may become more focused on routine activities or less interested in exploring new things.

As kids enter primary schools, the focus on their self-management skills increases. We train them to figure out daily routines and the foundation to get them exposed to basic knowledge.

Curiosity for growth mindset

This is where some kids end up developing a muscle that will set them up for success as adults – the self-driven love affair with learning.

The building block of this is of course – Curiosity Keeping the spirit of curiosity going as they grow into tweens and teens, we can help kids become lifelong learners and develop a love for knowledge.


One of the most significant benefits of nurturing curiosity in children is that it helps them to develop critical thinking skills. When children are curious, they ask questions, seek information, and explore different possibilities. Thinking outside the box is a natural ability in kids that we as adults, try hard to emulate to solve our problems. By doing so, they learn to think critically, analyze information, and evaluate the information they receive. These skills are essential for success in school and in life, as they help children to make informed decisions and solve problems.

Nurturing curiosity in children also helps them to develop a growth mindset

Nurturing curiosity in children also helps them to develop a growth mindset. When children are curious, they are more likely to embrace challenges and see failure as an opportunity to learn. They are less likely to give up when faced with a difficult task and more likely to stay the course until they find a solution. This mindset is critical for success in school and in life, as it helps children to develop resilience persevere through adversity.

Kids with empathy and social skills tend to fare better as adults, Nurturing curiosity in children can also help them to develop empathy and social skills. When children are curious, they are more likely to seek out information about different people and cultures. They are more open to learning about different perspectives and are more likely to empathize with others. This empathy and understanding are critical for developing healthy relationships and navigating social situations.

Spark curiosity in your child with the help of a peer who speaks in their language and is also trying to figure out their place in the world. Meet KoKo Wooferjee, your local neighbourhood dog, and together with your child, they explore the wow in the world. Find out more about how KoKo, aged the same as your kid, can spark curiosity together.


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