How to Make Natural Colors for Holi at Home – A fun DIY

How to Make Natural Colors for Holi at Home – A fun DIY

Holi, the Festival of colours is here, and we bet that you can actually see and smell the excitement around you – in the colorful flowers blooming everywhere, the bright sun and the awesome weather that makes us all so cheerful! Holi is one of the oldest Hindu festivals. It marks the celebration of spring that says goodbye to winters. Earlier, Holi colors used to be made from flowers of ‘tesu’ or ‘palash’ tree and so, were called…

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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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Here are 8 New Year Resolutions For Our Family! What About Yours?

Here are 8 New Year Resolutions For Our Family! What About Yours?

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?

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DIY Recycled Crafts – Christmas Decorations

DIY Recycled Crafts – Christmas Decorations

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.

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5 DIY Ideas to Involve Your Kids in Diwali Décor

5 DIY Ideas to Involve Your Kids in Diwali Décor

It’s that time of the year again, for kids to rejoice and you to keep their excitement from running over your décor. This festive season tap their enthusiasm, engaging them in simple DIY ideas that are fun to make and a huge helping hand towards your Diwali preps.

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Cosplay – 5 Popular Characters Your Kids Must Try this Halloween

Cosplay – 5 Popular Characters Your Kids Must Try this Halloween

It’s Halloween! If you have real mischief minds at home, choosing a character that best suits your child can be a task. We list down the most popular devilish characters the industry has given us in recent years. Make a pick and let them haunt your neighbour’s Halloween party.

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The Complete Guide to The Best Dasara Camps in Hyderabad

The Complete Guide to The Best Dasara Camps in Hyderabad

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.

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Lessons from the Chocolate Factory – With love from Willy Wonka

Lessons from the Chocolate Factory – With love from Willy Wonka

If you ask 10 people around you, at least 7 of them would have heard of Roald Dahl – either through his books or a movie based on one of his books. That he is a great entertainer goes without saying, going by the wild popularity he enjoys. But his stories are also a great bundle of lessons and learnings, that are relevant to all of us, irrespective of age and times we are living in. And oh, the words – as mouthful and delicious as the chocolates in his famous book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.

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An Open Letter to the Parents: Stress to Strength – Part I

An Open Letter to the Parents: Stress to Strength – Part I

Every parent expects their child to excel in the class but here I want the parents to very clearly understand that we have to keep academics pressure simple & age appropriate. Most of the times parents tangle themselves in the rat race & completely forget that children are individuals and not each and every child will act or react the same.

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