Janmashtami – The Birth of Krishna On a dark stormy night, in the jail of Mathura, to the blast of lightning, little Natkhat Bal Gopal was born. Janmashtami is celebrated with great pomp and show all over India to mark the birth of Nanhe Krishna and to brood over the mischief and fun! Kids love it the most due to Dahi Handi festival where people form a human tower to break the handi pot full…Read More
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….Read More
Vanilla has come to be known as a word that denotes simplicity and plainness, and not always in a good way. So, when we got to know about the Vanilla Icecream Day on July 23rd, we were quite happy for the underrated Vanilla to get its due! And then we started talking about how the best quality of this flavour is that it gels so well with everything that you mix it with. Out came ideas, hacks and fixes, where the humble Vanilla Icecream truly comes in as a blessing!
Here you go, for Team KidEngage’s Vanilla Icecream hacks then.
Malala Yousafzai has been an inspiration for all! An activist for education, she started to speak out for girls’ rights at the age of 11, when the Taliban banned girls from going to school in the Swat Valley in Pakistan. Malala was shot by the Taliban when she was 15 for speaking out in favour of a girl’s right to an education. She survived this brutal attack and has emerged as a very powerful voice for social justice in the world. Education is the future and that one child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world – that’s her strong belief.Read More
Moms and Guilt, the relation between both is unbreakable “FEVICOL KA MAZBOOT JOD HAI” . Every one of us has a little or more guilt in us, but women have the most. And when a woman becomes a mother, the proportion of Guilt rises exponentially. Amongst the thousands of guilts that most moms have,here are 4 that are most common, and the ways you can get out of it!Read More
While most of the time a mother’s heart is swelling with love and pride for her offspring, there are enough instances of frustration and exasperation. And then there are some hilarious moments to relieve you of the stress at just the right moment! Can’t recall one of your own? Read on our list of funny mommyhood quotes collected from moms all over the world, and have a good laugh.Read More
Most of us travel in summer to recharge our batteries. But do you know that travelling and vacations can be a profoundly beneficial time for children? Parents are focused not on work, but on play, thereby giving their children the prized gift of time! Travel is a wonderful experience for kids! It offers them a chance to explore new places, try something new and reconnect with the family. Children can learn more from vacations than…Read More
To understand the benefits of eco-tourism for kids and families we spoke to Shyam Penubolu who is
an avid trekker and a nature lover. He has done several high-altitude and low-altitude treks in the Himalayas, Sahayadris and the Western ghats since the age of 14. After almost two decades in the corporate world, Shyam decided to follow his heart and set up an adventure outfit, Outdoers, that enables city folks to tread the road less traveled and visit some of the most beautiful, unexplored places in the mountains.
Mommies always battle to please their little one’s taste buds. What better than a yummy sandwich to satisfy the hunger pangs? They are easy to make, get ready in no time and the best thing is that they are healthy and loved by people of all ages. Looking for some creative twist to the regular sandwiches? Here are few tasty ideas to make lunch boxes or kids’ party more fun! What’s more – these are just the…Read More
Image Source: Unsplash If your child is complaining of painful cramps in the muscles, fatigue, headaches, vomiting after being out in the hot sun throughout the day, it could be a sign that he is falling prey to the heat syndrome. There is a lot that we can do apart from keeping them well hydrated to combat the heat illness in our children. Our bodies are maintained at a consistent core temperature of 37 degree…Read More