Computer Education for children: Recycle Bin is better than Trash Can

Computer Education for children: Recycle Bin is better than Trash Can

How beautiful it is to move into kids’ time-space and teach them the way they learn! Let them comprehend that while preparing their 2-minutes Maggie noodles, or their daily chores schedule, they can lead to something big like ALGORITHMS. How messy their noodles could be, or how chaotic their day could be if they skipped or re-ordered any of the steps!

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Fruity, Yummy Cooking with Kids this Diwali

Fruity, Yummy Cooking with Kids this Diwali

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.

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DIY: Learn to Make Floating Diyas with Kundans

DIY: Learn to Make Floating Diyas with Kundans

A Diya (divaa, deepa, deepam, or deepak) is an oil lamp usually made from clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. Clay diyas are often used temporarily as lighting for special occasions. But this Diwali we will make Floating Diyas. These kundan diyas are perfect to lighten up the festive season but can be used all year around too!

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Make your own Decoupage on a Canvas with this Step-by-Step Tutorial

Make your own Decoupage on a Canvas with this Step-by-Step Tutorial

Decoupage can seem like a very complicated technique! It is actually quite simple. If you can cut and paste, you already know most of the techniques involved. The word découpage comes from the French verb découper, ‘to cut out’. This technique can be used to personalise almost any item in your home and the great thing is that the designs can be as simple or as complex as you like.Basically, you cut out pictures; you glue…

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Making Journaling Fun for Kids!

Making Journaling Fun for Kids!

  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. Let’s say, if your child is having difficulty figuring out how he’s solving math problems, try putting together a math journal. It can be as simple as a notebook in which…

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Tips To Make Your Own Minimalist LED Torch at Home!

Tips To Make Your Own Minimalist LED Torch at Home!

One of the most essential simple gadget found in every house or traveler’s backpack is a  torch  or a flashlight. Since its invention in the year 1899, torch has made its way to every home due to its usability and durability.If a normal torch is broken apart, impressively it contains quite a few parts inside it. Almost all torches found commonly, work using the same mechanism: two batteries are connected serially and the electric circuit is…

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Learn How to Make Authentic ‘Bellam Atukulu’ and ‘Aval Payasam’ For Janmashtami

Learn How to Make Authentic ‘Bellam Atukulu’ and ‘Aval Payasam’ For Janmashtami

One of the most waited festivals in Shravana Masam is the one that celebrates the birth of Sri Krishna.

Known variously as Gokulashtami, Sri Krishnashtami, Sri Krishna Jayanti, and Sri Krishna Janmashtami (or simply Janmashtami), it is a festival celebrated throughout India. Naivedyam for Lord Krishna is dominated by milk products (Curds, Butter, and Milk) and by dishes made with Atukulu (Poha, Aval, Avalakki, or Beaten Rice); both of which are among Krishna’s favourite foods.

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DIY Counting Activity with Free Printables

DIY Counting Activity with Free Printables

Looking to teach your toddler an important Math skill? Introduce your child to numbers and counting in fun way. Help her practice counting with this fun DIY activity that will develop a connection between your little one and numbers.

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Let’s get cooking this monsoon – Yummy snacks kids will love to devour!

Let’s get cooking this monsoon – Yummy snacks kids will love to devour!

Monsoon has arrived and so has the reason to munch on our favourite snacks. Little ones love to hog onto street food but it is unhealthy. Make their favorite bites at home and let them relish the taste indoors. Here are few delicious snacks ideas, classic and modern, to tickle your taste buds on a rainy day. 1. Dal Wada – A classic treat to be enjoyed with hot tea or coffee every time it rains outside….

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DIY Water Cycle 3D Model

DIY Water Cycle 3D Model

Monsoon season is the perfect time to teach students about the water cycle and what makes rain.

Science for kids does not need to be complicated. The simplest of things can be fun and educational. The water cycle model gives children a visual representation of the different stages of the water cycle and how they repeat over and over again.These creative and educational science activities are just what we need to cover the basic science skills.

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