Kindle the Love of Writing in Your Children – Here is how

Kindle the Love of Writing in Your Children – Here is how

Helping your kids discover a love for it can help them exercise their creativity well beyond their childhood and develop a lifelong passion for it. You can prepare your child for creative writing through play, conversation, reading and exploration. Here are a few ideas to get them going!

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11 Things we Learn at School other than Academics

11 Things we Learn at School other than Academics

As the new year starts, parents start visiting the schools for admission forms. Every parent will have a vision of a school that will help his or her child to learn and achieve ambitions and aspirations. The parents will check the reputation of the schools by looking at the board results of the school. And when a child doesn’t get admission into a particular school the parents had hoped for, a big disappointment sets in….

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Read your blues away – 5 Books that will help your child ease into back to school routine

Read your blues away – 5 Books that will help your child ease into back to school routine

Yes, its that time of year again! A new class, curriculum, friends and in many cases a different school altogether. So, getting back to the choc- a- bloc routine of the school after the long summer holidays can cause some serious blues to even the happiest of the lot. Sometimes, reading about characters who are of the same age group and are going through similar experiences of settling back in school can help ease the whole process for your child. Here are a few books we recommend your child should read once school begins and these will also help you start a discussion with your child about settling back into the school routine.

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Celebrate wins, praise effort, and learn from failure

Celebrate wins, praise effort, and learn from failure

Image Source: https://www.mikemichalowicz.com Our society gives great importance to good academic performance and all parents wish their children perform well in academics. With the exam results out, media is abuzz with news about high performers. Congratulations to all those who performed well. Cheers to their success and wish them more success ahead. And the others, look to the future and try again! Parents – while you should celebrate a win, you should also help your child…

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Use this summer to help your child become independent

Use this summer to help your child become independent

Summer is the one time in the year when a child is free from the timetable of a school, free from expectations to study, and free to do whatever they want. Summer is also the time when children have the time and space to play, have new experiences, face new challenges and ultimately learn about themselves and grow to be independent. Is this expectation-free space important for a child? Absolutely. Especially in today’s world, it is crucial.

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Jai Hind! DIY hacks for hosting a Republic Day party for your kids!

Jai Hind! DIY hacks for hosting a Republic Day party for your kids!

As the Republic Day is approaching, we can feel a patriotic fervour filling up in the air. How about hosting a Republic Day themed party for your kids and their friends at home? We have some easy and fun DIY fun hacks for you to decorate the room with the tricolour. To complete the whole look, we also have tricoloured snacks to munch and some cool tricolored drinks which you and the kids are sure to love!

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5 Reasons Why Music is an Integral Part of Your Child’s Growth Years

5 Reasons Why Music is an Integral Part of Your Child’s Growth Years

They say music strengthens the connection between the body and brain, helping both to work in tandem. Kids do not express or respond to music in the same way as adults. It’s often noticed that the choice of music differs for each kid. While some tap a foot to rock there’s another sect that’s inclined to soulful tunes. The early years, till the age of six, marks a significant shift in a child’s overall development, specifically extracurriculars.

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Temper Tantrums- Every parent’s worst nightmare! Expert advice on how to handle them.

Temper Tantrums- Every parent’s worst nightmare! Expert advice on how to handle them.

To help you get through those trying times we asked Dr Amulya Mysore to help parents understand and handle those tantrums more effectively. She is the Paediatrician and Specialist in Child Development at Rainbow Children’s Hospital, Secunderabad. Loves crafting with her daughter, and believes strongly in the holistic development of children.

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