Creative kid learns better than others because of its own imagination. They learn more when they see more, when they experience more. Kids mind is an open canvas, which can be filled with creativity if given a right set of materials.

Mapology by Imagimake
Mapology by Imagimake

A playful kid is better than a studious child who is lacking self-confidence. I believe if a child is happy, he is grasping more things compared to the unhappy child. The playful child is always healthy than a studious kid.

Bachpan hai, use jeene do, khulke use udhne do.
Kyu pankh kaat kar use kitabon mai jhakad rakha hai, use khud jeekar sikhne do.

This lines came to my mind when I was taking my kid to Kerala trip after bunking school for 12 days. I was worried how she will cope up after she comes back from the trip. But my husband who is a better parent told me, that the things she will learn while exploring Kerala, can’t be taught in the closed classroom. And he was absolutely right. Now if you ask where is Kerala in Indian map, she knows where to point out and she will also explain the whole Malabar coast to us. Thanks to HolidayIQ and go Kerala Tourism for this lovely experience. But as a possessive mom, I thought taking something creative for the trip so that I could spend quality time with her during travelling.

While deciding what to take her to teach better. I took Mapology India with capitals, which is kind of puzzle which a kid can see, and solve and understand all the states and union territory.

Mapology by Imagimake

Puzzle of Indian states for better imagination
Mapology – Indian states and capital

The child only studies if taught in a playful manner. If I ask my daughter to learn the map of India using the book, she won’t learn but if I teach her in a playful method she would not only learn the names of states but also the capitals of each state. This is what Imagimake did it with me. I got a gift from imagimake which was mapology puzzle consist of a foam map which is a child-friendly material for 5+ kids that will never affect the child skin. This foam has an India map and states are cut in a such a way that, each state is differently coloured and perfectly shaped. On top of each state, they have one cut which is given for flag of capitals of each state. A picture will make u more clear. This map is really big in size which is 32cm*37cm and has 24 pieces of the puzzle. As some of the smaller states are merged to make bigger so that kid can solve it easily. This map also has union territories and their capital and also the name of the water bodies. Solving the puzzle is the first activity of this box.

Foam based Indian map puzzle for better imagination
Indian map puzzle

The second activity of mapology is to take out the stickers from the paper which has a labelled capitals to stick on each flag. Once all flags are completed, you can teach your kids to put each flag on its state. So start from the state you stay like I taught angel by putting Mumbai at first place and then our natives and places which we went to holidays.

Flags and stickers of Indian map
Capitals and states

This is how kids remember fast and also understand the basic map of India. This map of India is so lightweight that you can carry easily when you are travelling. Since I had a lot of time in Kerala, we had spent solving this puzzle many times and the angel would reply with the name of state and capital. I’m so happy that my angel could learn the name of states and capital in so easy way, which I could not have Taught her by any means.

Indian map solution
Angel trying to solve puzzles by matching letters

Imagimake believes what all moms should believe, that Play should be an integral part of childhood and as a guardian or parents, we always strive to provide a fun and secure play environment for our children. Imagimake is committed to providing an innovative, delightful and safe play experience for our kids. All products are high standards with respect to quality and safety and content. They have been tested and certified by an accredited laboratory.

So all moms out there, make a tagline that imagination is the mind’s best friend and more imagination will bring more creativity. Remember one thing, Nothing better than creative play. So Play More, Play Safe.

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Snehalata Jain, Mother, Lifestyle blogger, Traveler, Foodie and has a knack of parental advice. She loves to travel with her family and especially her daughter angel so that she can teach her kid the real life experience. A Micro Biologist and lecturer by profession, a full time mother and blogger by choice. She is a social media pro since 2012 handling over 100 profiles till now. Stepping to blog was her decision when she realized that whatever you do or experience, documentation makes it authentic. She loves photography and traveling and creating unique recipes which are healthy and tasty. She writes what she experience during her trips. About Blogsikka : It was just a quick decision to make my lifestyle blog , while searching for blog name. I wanted a name which is not related to specific things as my life is so dynamic that I can’t stick to one thing. I love travelling and eat delicacies from around the world. My love doesn’t stop here , infact I love to cook delicious thing which I see during my trips and replicate at home. Blogsikka is all about my own experiences of life and i write whatever i experience. And my backbone support is my husband DILKHUSH SHAH who is chartered accountant by profession and a hard core traveler by passion. He is the reason behind my all trips. DO FOLLOW MY BLOG : and my all social media tabs


  1. This is such an interesting way to learn geography isn’t it?! Being a montessorian have seen children working with maps of India and Asia as well and they really enjoy it!

  2. Such an amazing way to teach ones kids remember such important things like names of the places as well as to keep them engaged!

  3. Alexx Bloom Reply

    Some of the great personalities said that if you can’t imagine it you can’t make it reality, imagination is a key.

  4. Loved this idea. My son loved jigsaw puzzles and remembering capitals this way would be so much easier. Hope they have such a world map too. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I wish we had these when we were growing up. Annintersting and truly awesome way of imparting and gaining knowledge

  6. School education is not always enough. Parents must teach things that are not taught in classrooms. Thanks for pointing such an important aspect of parenting.

  7. Papri Ganguly Reply

    I have similar kind of map thing in my childhood too, it’s really helpful. Will buy one from Imagimake map for my daughter too.

  8. This is an awesome way to teach kids about difficult things which they often forget and don’t find interesting to learn. I know how much I hated history, but if I would have got this puzzle then I would have loved history.

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