Grow Your Reader Foundation (GYRF) is a government-approved non-profit organization working since 2016 to ensure quality education. We aim to create an educative environment for children to grow as sensible citizens. In addition, “GYRF” has been providing education through online platforms so that children’s education doesn’t stop regardless of any unexpected situations.
It uses three-wheeled vans with books and an internet connection to promote the continued learning of children in the face of COVID-19 education disruptions.
Storytelling is a unique way for kids to develop an understanding, respect, and appreciation for other cultures. We have live storytelling class for children.
It’s an appropriate time for a COVID School reopening video to learn about how kids can stay safe in school and keep others safe
We have designed “Reading Secrets,” the curriculum of teaching easy techniques to School beginning children on English reading.
“Your presentation is lively and interesting. The audio is clear. Your reading skill teaching system is easy to understand and the sequence of learning or steps are scientific, well organized and easy to follow.”
“The videos are very user-friendly and adapted to the targeted viewers. They use a very organized, creative and funny approach to make the learning experience more integrated. I highly recommend to follow Grow Your Reader Foundation YouTube channel.”
“Very insightful. I hope it will help the kids and their parents as well. Thank you so much Grow Your Reader Foundation for bringing this interactive content.”
Our initiative is aided by an active community of partners and friends with a common belief that every child deserves an appropriate learning environment. Our partners support us in numerous ways – through funding our program, lending their voice to our cause, and more.
Grow Your Reader Foundation is an organization which works for ensuring quality education among children having own created curriculum, teachers’ training facilities and library stations.
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