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.
Summer is here and all parents want children to enjoy their time at home without spending too much time in front of a gadget. While we do engage them in activities like reading, art/craft activities and playing games, wouldn’t it be great if we can get them to do activities that involve all of these AND also offer educational benefits while offering a variety of activities? Yes, there are abundant learning & activity-based toys, books & DIY…Read More
Summer is the time when children anticipate eight weeks of freedom, fun, and memory-making while parents anticipate eight weeks of juggling schedules and keeping the kids busy! School is out and Summer is in! And this means children are home! Yes, summers are fun – you can enjoy lazy days by the pool, go on vacations, stumble on adventures and do things that you will not be able to do during school days. But summers…Read More
Summer vacation is just around the corner. It is an exciting time for children while they indulge in carefree fun. However, such carefree fun and limited access to cognitive skills leads to brain drain or most often referred to as summer loss. As students return to school in June, many of them – perhaps especially those with learning gaps from the previous academic year – will be starting the academic year with achievement levels lower…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
Parents are always on the go throughout the year running behind their children juggling between their homework to preparing healthy meals for their children. With summer breaks making rounds, parents are again busy planning trips, summer camps to engage their children into something creative and productive. Summer vacations also offer quality family time as we move to a different place to rejuvenate but what about the days when you have to convince your children to…Read More
Known as the festival of colors, Holi is celebrated on the last full moon in the lunar month of Phalguna. This ancient tradition marks the end of winter and honors the triumph of good over evil. Celebrants light bonfires, throw colorful powder called gulal, eat sweets, and dance to traditional music. Watch this video about the Story of Holi. Or read from one of these books about Holi.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
It’s Random Acts of Kindness Day today. And, you know what to do…perform a few random acts of kindness. Did You Know? An act of Kindness can: Decrease stress Boost Happiness Lower blood pressure Release feel-good chemicals (Serotonin and Oxytocin) Inspire more kindness! Small Acts can have a big impact. Here are some ideas for you to do all this week, (and forever too). Some of these are acts you can do from your phone or…Read More