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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A Child’s Achievement – the Importance of “I did it!”

A Child’s Achievement – the Importance of “I did it!”

“I did it!” These three simple words are possibly the most important ones that your child will ever utter. For, not only has your child achieved a task, but they have also identified that they have accomplished said task, and feel proud about it! It is a crucial milestone that a child recognizes achievement, for this is an important factor in motivation. And without motivation, where would more achievements come from?

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Product Review: Fliddle by Infinite Space Toys

Product Review: Fliddle by Infinite Space Toys

A game that combines flash cards and riddles – sounds interesting, doesn’t it? But is it useful for your child? Read this review by Radha to find out!

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Book Giveaway – Let’s Do This Together

Book Giveaway – Let’s Do This Together

So, we laid our hands on this awesome book full of stories that cleverly contain everyday math problems for parents and children to solve together by Lubaina Bandukwala and Vineeta Kanoria. The book is so much fun that we thought we’ll share it with you too – yes, you can get the book for FREE, only by solving this interesting problem from the book with your child. All you have to do is to answer the question in a comment here, and we will select a lucky winner from all the correct responses! Ready? Let’s Do This Together!!

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School in Focus – Towards a World-ready Future with Kairos

School in Focus – Towards a World-ready Future with Kairos

The children will be the hope and the ideas that will shape the world with the imagination and possibilities that are beyond our dreams. This is the belief that Kairos Global School has, as they are preparing the next generation to make a contribution to the world they are going to create for themselves.

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KidEngage DIY Hacks – Olaf Sock Toy

KidEngage DIY Hacks – Olaf Sock Toy

Finding meaningful ways to engage children in becoming aware of and exploring their emotions is an important step towards raising confident, happy kids. This special crafting activity will help kids learn about emotions or how to engage themselves mindfully! This is just perfect to start practicing mindfulness with your kids. Read on for full instructions.

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Fostering Lifelong Learning in Children

Fostering Lifelong Learning in Children

Lifelong learning is defined as the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons”. This translates to our children, or even us, for that matter, being students for life. In order to ensure lifelong learning, we need to keep learning fun and exciting.

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Where the Wisdom Sproutz – Life Skills, Reading and More!

Where the Wisdom Sproutz – Life Skills, Reading and More!

“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.” Thus goes a powerful quote in the world of parenting and education. As you ponder over it, it makes so much sense.You start evaluating your surroundings and beliefs to see how much of the child’s requirement they are catering to. How could a school or formal education stay out of this evaluation, then? Should the child learn because he needs…

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For the Love of Reading

For the Love of Reading

Looking back, I think the reading aloud was the biggest contributor in making him a reader. He hardly ever went to sleep without having a story read to him, and I saw my husband happily taking over the bedtime ritual of reading. It’s the sacrosanct father-son bonding time, but the roles have been reversed – it’s the boy who reads the story for his dad now.

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The ‘Notey’ Way to Kids Learning

The ‘Notey’ Way to Kids Learning

India and its tryst with Demonetization is a long story. While some are in its favour there are a lot others who were affected brutally. This gave me the idea of developing a few quick and interesting games for my kiddo, putting to use her piggy besides creating interest in Maths, a subject she dreaded.

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