Flintobox Success Story – Mrs. Swati

The Story – From “having to spend a lot on mindless games“, Mrs. Swati turned things around & engaged her son through “learning” activities that he was “so eager to do“.

Mrs. Swati, mother of 12 year old Aadidev, was having a hard time finding an activity that retained his interest.

Like most children of this age, Aadidev’s curious little mind was constantly looking for new exciting activities and games, and losing interest in old ones — even before they could be termed old.

The Challenge – Despite all that Mrs. Swati tried, he didn’t warm up to any of the activities, most often getting bored and putting them “aside after using a few times.

This was not just disappointing, but it also took an unnecessary hit on the wallet, every time. As Mrs. Swati explains, this lead to “having to spend a lot on mindless games and activities with no repeat or educational value.

So Mrs. Swati decided to take action and started searching for a proper means of engagement.

The Turning Point – Mrs. Swati came across Flintobox and decided to give it a try!

The “box has been awesome in capturing and retaining his interest” explains Mrs. Swati.

The carefully crafted set of activities were more than just successful in grabbing all of Aadidev’s attention.


The Result – “For the first time I have seen him so eager to do a learning and experiential activity.

To her satisfaction, Aadidev was now involving himself in doing things and not sidelining them because of boredom.

As to the question of recommending Flintobox, Mrs. Swati replies, “Yes. In fact I (already) have.

The reason behind which she explains, “I see such a nice product with obvious learning benefits and I see so many parents with same kids growth and engagement challenges.

Need Help Getting Started?

If you’d like to channelise your child’s energy in a right way and if you’re looking for a constant supply of ideas and planned set of activities to engage him/her, then Flintobox can help you!

90% of a child’s permanent foundation for brain development occurs in the early years according to Rauch Foundation. An overuse of gadgets can only stunt this growth and cause a negative impact on the child’s overall development.
If your child is spending more time swiping and scrolling, instead of interaction with the real world, you need to act before it’s too late.
Find out if your child is being meaningfully and positively engaged by taking this simple quiz.

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With an enthusiasm for writing and a craze for movies, Rakesh delved into content writing straight from engineering. Often silent, he is usually found researching about smartphones and technology. Generally hates boasting, but come subject of friends and the dog is off the leash.

2 Comments

  • Padma.B.P

    February 19, 2017 - 6:27 pm

    But my son is of 15yrs old. wt to do

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