– By bhavneet
I have always found stamps very fascinating. There’s nothing like holding that tiny piece of printed paper in your hand and knowing that there is a powerful story behind the image on it. While many self-proclaimed philatelists look upon collecting stamps as a mere hobby, not many are conversant with what makes it interesting—the basic purpose of the activity—the endless quest for knowledge. In this age of Internet liberation, everything is available at the end of a few keystrokes. Earlier, what used to make the hobby more interesting was the physical research it involved. Going to libraries, hunting through newspapers and asking the old-timers, every aspect of the research made stamp collection an interesting hobby. Even today, you can get a feel of the old days of stamp collecting, especially on a rainy day, if you are stuck inside and have a hyper active kid on your hands. Here’s how compile his Interest..
Bring out your old stamp collection and let your little one have a look through it for a bit
Take your child to the post office and show him how letters are sorted out and how by just using the pin code, the postman can identify which area the letter has to reach