Coping with a hyperactive child can be tough. A hyperactive child can seem unstable, bouncing from activity to activity with seemingly limitless energy. He or she may appear to have difficulty listening or following directions. He may perform poorly in school, getting less than acceptable grades and demonstrating behavioral problems. While there is no right answer to handling a hyperactive child, the following tips by Dr. Amulya Mysore can make coping with a hyperactive child a bit easier.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
One evening, after finishing my cup of coffee, I entered my room to fetch my phone to call my husband. To my surprise, the moment I opened the door, I ran into a handful of crayons lying on the floor. Two steps into the room and I realized that there was glitter all over my pillow and the pillow was very carefully placed on a short height stool! The paintbrushes on the window sill, craft…Read More
Most mornings these days begin with a depressing news of a child succumbing to the pressure – of peers, of teachers, of parents and of academics. Talking to your own co-workers and friends makes you realise that the fresh graduates aren’t really geared up to face life and its realities, and they can’t cope with responsibilities. It makes you wonder then – how do you actually make your child mentally strong? A little bit of reflection, and talking to some experts, including my own parents, helped me put together this list of tipsRead More
We’re so proud, and so grateful to the universe that we have this opportunity to bring the talent of these youn children to the world. These entries are going to be published in an anthology as a printed book.Read More
School, Syllabus and Stress – these three topics are interlinked with each other. The kindergarten is about to begin with their new term. When a toddler goes to a play house or preschool or kindergarten, it is a transition in a toddler’s life. As parents we prepare our children, step by step, for these transitions to make the journey smooth, comfortable and acceptable. But, here I feel, we as parents, also go through a transition. We need to…Read More
In my repertoire are a few suggestions which will hopefully help teachers engage their students in more productive ways, says Ms Hemalatha Sistla, an educator and Principal with years of experience behind her.Read More
India is a rich nation because of its diversity, history, culture, cuisine, people, religion, architecture, languages and so much more. Her history ranges from the famous Indus Valley Civilization; to the ruling of the British Regime and finally to her fighting a long battle and winning her freedom. Here are some hand picked books to kindle the patriot in you!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.
Helping your kids discover a love for it can help them exercise their creativity well beyond their childhood and develop a lifelong passion for it. You can prepare your child for creative writing through play, conversation, reading and exploration. Here are a few ideas to get them going!Read More