Match Washed Out ! Poem #IPL2020
Hey, ever thought you could find poetry in a match getting washed out? Here is 7 year old Vedant Garg from Noida, doing just that, when rain plays spoil sport!
Vedant is a student of Jabberwocky-Speech and Drama and goes to Step by Step School.
IPL & Dhoni- Coming together of my two favourites! #IPL2020
IPL fans, Sara here! For anyone new to the game, 9 year old Sriakshay Kalagarla from Bangalore brings you up to speed on the format and key details. Dont miss this insightful write up by him especially his love for MS Dhoni.
While MS Dhoni has hung up his boots on a 16-year illustrious career for Team India, he will be seen donning the CSK colours in the 2020 edition of the league. So keep watching and keep writing in!
#IPL2020 # IPLforkids
Sriakshay is a student of CMR NPS, Bangalore
When IPL was like a carnival-My favourite sports memory
How are we doing cricket buffs? Sara here. Here is a beautiful write up by 10 year old Shreyan Agrawal from Surat on watching a live IPL match and what a ‘carnival’ it would be. A great read for us where the context has changed so much, but the sport continues!
A Special IPL – Essay #IPL2020
Hello sports lovers, Sara here! Here is 9 year old Soham Beriwala from Kolkata laying out for us why the IPL is all the more special this year. And if you are new to the sport, he has details in there for you too!
Soham is a student of La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata
IPL starting. Chips and Pepsi, please? #IPL2020
Sara here, friends! We have an RCB fan in the house! 8 year old Mahit Verma from Kolkata shares his excitement with the IPL kicking off. Its infectious! Read on.
Mahit is a student of La Martiniere for Boys Kolkata.
Hello IPL! #IPLforkids
Hey friends, Sara here! 8 year old Nirav Prakash from Kolkata heralds in the IPL season with this chirpy essay about the many reasons why he loves cricket.
Nirav is a student of La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata.
Sara’s ‘Be a Sport’ series: Poonam Yadav – The girl who bowled ‘impossible’ for a duck!
Hey friends, your favourite drama-athlete, Sara here! Sometimes, we get teased about how we look and it makes us wish we could change that about ourselves.
I know of a girl, who was teased for her short height. You know what she did? She went on to make her short height, her greatest strength. Curious to know more? I bet you are! Presenting, the story of Indian cricketer Poonam Yadav, a girl who bowled the word ‘impossible’ out of the dictionary.
Sara Chats: What is the key for India’s T20 Women’s team for the final
1 hour to go for the big final! Can #Womensday get any better? 10 year old drama athlete Sara knocked on noted sports journalist and author K R Guruprasad’s door and asked him about India’s chances against the mighty Australians.
Here’s what he said!
Sara chats: Exclusive Interview with Manoj Khushwaha, coach of Indian cricketing star Poonam Yadav : “What makes a sportsperson? Parental support..”
Sara, our 10 year old Drama Athlete loves the key takeaway from an exclusive Bookosmia interview with the Mr. Manoj Kushwaha, coach of India’s superstar Poonam Yadav.
“What makes a sportsperson? Parental support..”
Many reasons why not to watch the Women’s T20 final. And the one big reason why you must.
Many reasons why not to watch the Women’s T20 final. And the one big reason why you must. Read on and make up your mind.
A contest to keep you in the groove, as India enjoys the rain and into its maiden World T20 final
#Contestalert! The India Women’s team cruised into their maiden World T20 final!
Great News! But our 10 year old sports loving Sara finds a way to still have cricket on her mind.
See the image of the fun activity and send us your child’s responses in the comments for cool prizes!
India plays Women’s T20 semi final tomorrow on 5th Mar.Hello England, dare to play??
India yeaaaaaaah!!! Hi everyone! Sara, the drama-athlete here again! England, do you dare? Dum hai kya? Tomorrow is the semi-final!
What does that mean, where is it happening, what’s going to happen.
Did someone say cricket is a boys’ game?
Indian Women’s team through to the Semis of the Womens’ T20 World Cup!
Did anyone say cricket is a boys’ game?
We go on across now to Sara, our 10 year old sports
loving friend who has this amazingly inspiring story about another cricket loving girl,Shafali Verma for you.
Over to you Sara!