Think of a refreshing summer’s drink and Lemonade is usually one of the first drinks that springs to mind. It is cool, it’s tangy, it’s quenching and definitely a treat for the kids. The recipe is simple enough for children to make too. Involving the kids in cooking together opens up many learning opportunities – interactions, understanding and following directions and instructions, problem-solving and coordination and many more! What you need: Lemons – 6 regular sized…Read More
Celebrate Diwali with these fruity, delicious, healthy and yummy recipes that kids can make by themselves. Cooking is sure to become a delight this Diwali for little munchkins. From washing the fruits to plating the dish, it is simple, engaging, colorful and exciting for kids.Read More
Journaling is often a good activity for kids who are reluctant to write or, in some cases, reluctant to speak.
The versatility of journaling makes it very helpful to be incorporated into many different areas of learning, including math, science and social studies.
Tie-dyeing is a fun and creative way to add personality to clothing and fabrics. Using rubber bands or string, the material of the item to be dyed is bunched together to make different patterns, shapes and colors. There are a variety of simple patterns you can try, from spirals to mirror patterns. Here’s how you and the kids can easily make one at home.Read More
Pic Source: Shutterstock Are your children’s schools closed for vacation? And the Covid-19 situation forces you to stay home? Wondering what to do to keep your kids constructively occupied during the holidays? Are you concerned that the children will be bouncing off the walls in sheer boredom during the school holidays? Or they’ll be glued to the telly or gadgets all day long? Here are some ways to keep them entertained, active and out of…Read More
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…Read More
Continuing our series of Fun with Science for the holidays, here is a special one – the colorful, glowing LED. These tiny, little things are so attractive, that you just can’t help but glow with ideas yourself! Can’t think of much? Don’t worry, here we are, to hold your hand through the basics!Read More
Have you struggled with teaching kids about friendships? Making friends (and keeping them) are important life skills to have. Here are some simple ways to help teach your child about being a good friend. We at KidEngage know the importance of friendship because the only way to have a friend is to be a friend. Here is our Friendship Day Special Organizer that kids can make for their best friend.Read More
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!Read More
Travel Journals are a fun and exciting way for children to enjoy and relive their vacations! They are a super simple way for children to capture their memories and fun experiences along the way. Benefits of keeping a travel journal: Keep a travel journal is a fun and easy way for your child to record the memories of a family vacation or an exciting adventure. Keeping a travel journal helps your children practice their literacy skills even…Read More