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MTG Learning Media launches ‘My First Library’ to foster early childhood learning

By   /  May 29, 2024  /  Comments Off on MTG Learning Media launches ‘My First Library’ to foster early childhood learning

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MTG Learning Media has launched “My First Library” to redefine early childhood development for children aged 1 to 3. This enchanting series of books is meticulously crafted to spark curiosity and a passion for reading from the very outset of a child’s journey.

“My First Library” series of ten engaging board books by MTG Learning Media is designed to engage young minds with fun activities and questions, encouraging children to explore and discover the world around them. What sets “My First Library” apart is its innovative approach to interactive learning. From lift-the-flap surprises to tactile exploration, each book captivates and engages young minds, promoting active participation and deepening understanding of key concepts.

“With ‘My First Library,’ we are taking a significant step towards revolutionizing early childhood education. While there are numerous children’s books available, there was a need for a comprehensive, interactive set that nurtures a love for learning from the very beginning. Our collection is designed to help parents and early educators provide a rich, engaging reading experience that fosters cognitive development and curiosity in toddlers. ‘My First Library’ makes this journey joyful and effortless, laying the foundation for a brighter future,” said Anil Ahlawat, CEO of MTG Learning Media.

Furthermore, “My First Library” plays a crucial role in brain and speech development. By immersing children in a rich tapestry of colors, shapes, and concepts, it nurtures cognitive skills such as memory, attention, and problem-solving. These books also strengthen the bond between parents and children through shared reading experiences, laying the foundation for a lifelong love of learning and knowledge.

 

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