Category: Tips for Parenting

Tips for Surviving Tantrums, Ages 1-5

Published on February 16, 2019


  Beating Monday blues, I had a tough time with my two-and-half year old. My baby girl, Nihita was refusing to stay with her grandparents. It’s our everyday routine to drop her at her grandmother’s place after the preschool. Until a couple of days ago, my little one was someone who I thought was pretty…

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WHY CIRCLE TIME IS IMPORTANT IN PRESCHOOLS?

Published on February 2, 2019


School-day wake up routines can be hard for both parents and children. After the holidays when kids stay up late and sleep in, changing bedtimes is likely to be a challenge. Some parents might think to themselves: “but it’s only preschool, it’s ok if my kids were late”. What they need to know is that…

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Setting New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Published on January 1, 2019


Most of us typically start the new year by making resolutions. This year, why not consider getting our kids in on the ritual? For preschoolers, let’s just have short-term resolutions which are achievable and gratified. This will not just teach them to set goals but also choosing achievable resolution will motivate them to take up…

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Healthy Winter Food Recipes for Preschoolers

Published on December 5, 2018


  Who doesn’t crave to eat warm food in winters? Even your babies who just start eating solid foods enjoy new and different foods. During winters ensure that your child’s diet is included of food that enhances their immunity. Healthy Winter Food Recipes for Preschoolers 1. Dry Fruit Powder with Milk Dry fruits are winter…

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Here’s some brain food to help balance your child’s brain 

Published on November 27, 2018


My sister recently asked me whether I felt it was a good idea for her to put my six-year-old niece, Sophia into a math tutorial. My niece is a smart girl when it comes to co-curricular activities. She is very social and loves art & craft activities but gets disinterested when it comes to doing…

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Here’s what your obsession with your weight is doing to your child!

Published on November 26, 2018


It is alarming that children as young as three worry about being “fat.” Appearance-related bullying (specially using animation) has become widespread among pre-schoolers these days. Who do we blame? Everyone! The “ideal” body image has become so prominent in our lifestyles that the message is being actively perpetuated by friends and families, media and marketing…

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How to raise sensitive sons and fearless daughters?

Published on October 12, 2018


Gender stereotyping is messing with the kids. It’s not just one movie, it’s not just one TV show, it’s constant exposure to the same dated concepts in the media over and over, starting before preschool and lasting lifetime- concepts like ‘boys are smarter than girls’, ‘superhero’s big muscle or a princess long hair’, and so…

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“What Does An Astronaut Look Like?”

Published on October 9, 2018


To this question raised by the teacher, a room full of early learners grabbed their color pencils and began penning down what their version of an Astronaut looked like. “He is strong” described one. “He has a big helmet with stars all over it” remarked another bright mind at work. All in all the teacher…

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DAMAGE, ‘A LAST BITE TO GO!’ CAN DO TO YOUR CHILD!

Published on October 1, 2018


  Most parents especially mothers feel that their child is not eating enough. When you see your child pushing food around on their plate, complaining they don’t want to eat or asking to be excused before eating anything we are inclined to use one of an innocent phrase like ‘just couple of bites’; ‘one bite…

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IS YOUR CHILD HOLDING THE PENCIL RIGHT?

Published on September 4, 2018


Pencil skills are significant way in which we communicate. There are many ways in which a child holds a pencil and this can be because of finger and hand strength. Pencil grasp has been an on-going discussion with teachers, parents, and therapists. An ideal pencil grasp is dependent upon the child’s development. Some say pencil…

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