This is a section that provides members with an opportunity to read books of all kind. Academic, motivational, inspirational, spiritual, and research books. Parents can enroll their children in this section to enable them read academic materials, access KCSE and KCPE revision papers. In this section content is categorized according to group academic level to allow maximum participation.

 Primary, secondary and college students will enjoy unlimited reading that comes questions with answers and evaluation tests.

 Children’s section allows kids to watch stories with lessons, watch educating videos and answer questions thereafter.

All learners will have an opportunity to participate in talent and academic contests intended to sharpen their brains and inculcate critical thinking.

Talent is key in this program. Learners choose the talent program they wish to participate and express their natural abilities. Public speaking, drawing, singing, scrabble games, KCADOR BRAIN BOARD, connect 4 challenge among other programs. the following list summarizes the programs available in this section;


        I.            Academic content materials {primary and secondary}

      II.            Motivational and inspirational books

    III.            Research and research guide books

    IV.            Contests and assignments

      V.            Exams and revision papers


        I.            Educating videos and stories with questions

      II.            Animation programs for kids

    III.            LITMUS programs- listening, interest, thinking, meditation, understanding and speech- qualities.


        I.            Scrabble {English language game}

      II.            Connect four {creativity and critical thinking}

    III.            KCADOR brain board

    IV.            SODMAS {math game}


 Children who read often and widely get better at it.

After all, practice makes perfect in almost everything humans do, and reading in no different.

                                      Reading exercises our brain.

Reading is a much more complex task for the human brain rather than watching TV, for example. Reading strengthens brains connections and builds NEW connections.   

                                      Reading improves concentration.

Children have to sit still and quietly so that they can focus on the story when they are reading. If the read often, they will develop the skill to do this for longer.

                                      Reading teaches children about the world around them.

Through reading a variety of books children learn about people, places, and events outside of their own experience.                                   

                                       Reading improves vocabulary and language skills.

Children learn new words as they read. Subconsciously, they absorb information on how to structure sentences and how to use words and other language features effectively in their writing and speaking.

                                       Reading develops a child’s imagination.

As we read our brains translate the descriptions we read of people, places and things into pictures. While we are engaged in a story, we are also imagining how a character is feeling. Young children then bring this knowledge into their everyday play.

                                         Reading helps children to develop empathy.

As children develop, they begin to imagine how they would feel in that situation.

                                          Reading is a fun.

A book or an e-reader doesn’t take up much space and is light to carry, so you take it anywhere so you can never be bored if you have a book in your bag.

                                        Reading is a great way to spend time together.

Reading together on the sofa, bedtimes stories and visiting the library are just some ways of spending time together.

                                       Children who read achieve better in school.

Reading promotes achievement in all subjects, not just English. Children who are good readers tend to achieve better across the curriculum.



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