Category: Tips for Parenting

Choosing the Right Playschool

Published on May 14, 2019


As a parent everyone wants to give their child the best and most secure future. In this process of building a bright future, pre-schools act as a very important foundation for your child. But, let us first learn more about a playschool. It is a place where children from the age group of 1.5 to…

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How To Make Pre-Schoolers Write

Published on May 1, 2019


Teaching your child to write is not as easy as putting a pencil in his hand and showing him the alphabet. Before he can print his name, he will need practice in multiple areas. It’s easy to teach these lessons at home. Usually any child’s first attempt of writing takes place in the preschool years. Their vocabulary…

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The Traditional Way and its Perks

Published on April 25, 2019


“Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the man who can’t read; he will be the man who has not learned how to learn.” – Herbert Gerjuoy.   Learning is something we do from the very moment we take birth. It can be explained as an act of trying to grasp a skill or acquire knowledge. There…

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Schools out, summers in, let all the drama stop and fun begin.

Published on April 23, 2019


Summer camp provides a preview of school, particularly for the children who have not been enrolled to daycare or school. The change from flexible days at home with a parent/caretaker to the classroom structure and the environment can be challenging for children. Summer camp introduces the child different concepts like following a timetable, learning new…

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Under the hot sun, make safety as priority number one:

Published on April 15, 2019


Never skip breakfast: We all know that breakfast is one of the most important meal of the day. Make sure that your child gets nutritious foods that support their body for the day as well as for bone, muscle, & brain growth; like a bowl of oatmeal, with fresh fruit & almonds and a glass…

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SECRETS TO RAISE A CONFIDENT CHILD

Published on March 29, 2019


“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin Young parents often helicopter children more than appropriate support. Of course, protecting our children is our job! But we also don’t want to standoff the development of their self-confidence. So how do we hit that moderation between…

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Do you really take time to talk about Trauma with your child?

Published on March 28, 2019


As we all know that Natural disasters or man-made crisis such as car or plane accidents, or violent incidents like shootings or bombings happen very often these days. Traumatic events can have major effects not only on those who have been directly involved in it, but also on people those who are close to them….

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Cool Food to beat the Heatwave

Published on March 15, 2019


We all very well know that children are very active and energetic, they often expend more energy than they take in. And added to that, the summer heat and the dehydration it invariably causes. Thus, it becomes difficult for the parents to ensure that the child’s nutrition is adjusted accordingly, to get them along the…

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What Is Your Fail-Safe Parenting Technique?

Published on March 6, 2019


  Parenting is a topic that drives deep emotion, raises key questions and unique to every family. To different people, parenting means different things. While there are no set rules, official handbooks, school or special classes that teach parents about good parenting skills, it is a skill that can be learned and mastered. Parenting skill…

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Do you often use the words: “I must have told you a thousand times!”

Published on February 27, 2019


Every parent wants their child to be respectful and be known as well-behaved child. But isn’t a pre-schooler  too young to be disciplined? If he/she is misbehaving at any other place while you are out, it’s hard to know how to deal with their behaviour. Parents often resort to punish/reprimand children for their bad behaviour…

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Rashmi S, M/o Arya (4.4yrs) & Arjun (3.5yrs)

Rashmi S, M/o Arya (4.4yrs) & Arjun (3.5yrs)

After approaching many schools I can say Oi Playschool as No.1 playschool. As my sons, Arya is energetic the whole day I wanted him to utilize his energy in a useful way & this has been fulfilled by Oi.

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