Let’s capture the warmth of this festival in this “touch and feel” wall decoration for Sankranthi that will easily help children learn about the festival while they get to make something beautiful to adorn their home.Read More
Another year has flown by, and here we are, looking back at what we did or did not do in the past year! While putting my 7 year old to bed, I thought this would be a good time to get him to understand reflecting and planning for the year ahead. And we’ve come up with this list. Will you share your list with us?Read More
The year is drawing to a close, the exams are done in most schools, and the children are waiting for the vacations to start. The winter chill setting in is just the right time to catch up on all the best children’s movies of 2018, if you haven’t watched them already. And if you have, well, you’re going to enjoy another go, because of all these movies are worth a re-run!Read More
My son is super excited about the shadow concept. So this “pair finding” game worked really well with him. He has matched these cards ‘n’ number of times by now. To bring in some festive cheer for this season, I am extremely excited to share this fun Christmas themed shadow matching activity and a free printable that you can download!Read More
Touch is by far the most interesting and necessary of the ‘five senses’.
I focus on crafting projects for my son which let him explore all sorts of textures and allow him to actively use his senses as he explores the world. As a crafter I have a storage of various types of papers at home. And I find it to be one of the best sources to put his ‘sense of touch’ to work. Touching and sensing different types of material helps a child learn about their environment as a whole!
Little ones are most delighted by the joyful celebrations with friends and family in the festival season. Let’s spread the cheer with these beautiful DIY crafts that are easy to do and make the most memorable gifts for your loved ones.Read More
There are only a few activities that come as naturally to kids as drawing or expressing themselves in various shapes or colors, from the time they develop their finger muscles enough to hold something. And it is not without its benefits. Research says that apart from developing a child’s fine motor skills, drawing or art also helps improve concentration and teaches creative problem solving. And the best part is that it’s fun – the process and the result.Read More
Keeping the li’l monkeys indoors during hot afternoons will be a difficult task for moms. The challenge is to find exciting activities that will not only be fun but an effective use of their time. Here is an exciting DIY craft that can easily be made using things that are lying around in most homes. Painting the rocks is not just a fun hobby, but you can use the painted rocks as a paperweight, transform it into fridge magnets, write inspirational messages for friends and family or even use these mini art pieces to decorate your garden.Read More
An experimental movie session was such a superhit with the kid, that we have resolved to make this a regular thing once a week. Here is my list of movies that we have lined up. Maybe you would like to try them too?Read More
Durga Puja is finally here! Durga Puja is a celebration of the Mother Goddess and the victory of the warrior Goddess Durga over Mahishasura. The festival honors the powerful female force or Shakthi in the Universe. Durga Puja is celebrated like the Ganesha Chaturthi festival. Huge, elaborately crafted statues of Goddess Durga are installed in homes and beautifully decorated podiums all over the city. At the end of the festival, the statues are taken in a procession…Read More