It’s the Exam Season! With the exam season in, parents are as stressed as the children. And stressed out parents can create more stress for their children. The best way to support your child during the stress of revision and exams is to make home life as calm and pleasant as possible. Don’t let your stress become their stress. Here are a few tips for parents to help your child succeed. This will not only…Read More
Dr. Seuss inspired the imaginations of millions of young readers through his mastery of wordplay and rhyme. From classics like “The Cat in the Hat” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” to stories that taught valuable lessons like “The Lorax” and “The Butter Battle Book,” Dr. Seuss’ books are a must read for every child.Read More
“Wouldn’t you be able to simply quit squirming and complete your homework? I’m certain we’ve all asked our youngsters this no less than a couple of dozen times. I know I have! As a mother of an energetic, carefree, chatty eight-year-old young lady, it is frequently a test for me to inspire her to sit in one place. Concentration on her homework and complete it without getting excessively diverted. What’s more, yes, I say “excessively…Read More
If you are the kind of parent who sees an opportunity to teach your child something anywhere you look, the books on this list are for you! What sets these books apart from other belligerently moral books, is the way the gently delivered message sinks in. A gentle touch, a lovely story, an intriguing narration do a great job of camouflaging the message in the story. Push these books into your child’s hands and let simmer for a little while, for best results.Read More
Are you teaching your children about the elections? We’re having assembly elections in 5 Indian states this week, and the national elections are also due next year! Bombarded with ads on television, on the radio, and everywhere we turn, it’s obvious to young children that something different is happening and that we will be choosing a new leader. It is our responsibility as citizens to educate kids about the democratic process of elections and voting. So, what better time than now, to introduce children to how our government works, our constitution, elections, voting and what our role is in it all.Read More
Learn! Play! Save! Let the screen addiction teach your kids important lessons, and this, without their notice.Read More
To assert the victory of good over evil, Dasara is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country. The first term of many schools end on a high note with Dusshera holidays. Kids love to keep up the festive spirit and enjoy the vacation with friends and family dancing to the tunes of Dandiya and Garba programs organized around the city. Parents, help the kids make effective use of their time and look for various camps to enroll their kids. Here is a complete guide to the best camps in Hyderabad for your little ones. Take your pick and click on the link to book your favourite.Read More
Be it the tinkling coins or the soft hues of the new currency, money has never seized to allure us, ruling almost every aspect of our lives. Ever wondered how it all began? Exchange of goods for gold or cattle, copper coins and the glittery gold pennies for the Royals, metallic coins and then crisp paper notes; money has witnessed an illustrious journey.
We take a look at the century-long evolution of the monetary system and what the future holds in store.
Children love tinkering and building! Engineering toys develop many important learning skills and behaviors, like problem-solving skills, analytical and critical thinking skills, creativity, curiosity, flexibility, and perseverance – all in the name of playing! A wide range of engineering toys, games and DIY Kits are available across all ages from preschools up to adults. They are fun for the whole family and provide a great opportunity for families to bond in addition to inculcating engineering skills…Read More
Live, Love, Teach We all have heard that Teaching is a noble profession! Not only are the hours long but teachers also have to come up with their own lesson plans, schedules, and homework. And after this expect the unexpected when they step into the classroom. Teachers encounter bullying, disrespect, frustration, joy, love, and triumph during their career. Are you a teacher – looking for the most impactful, the most inspiring, the most beneficial books that…Read More