Category: Child Behaviour

Significance of a Preschool Teacher

Published on September 4, 2019


Preschool teachers differ from other teachers in the field of education. In comparison to formal schools, ECE schools focus more on teacher-child interactions, small group emphasis, and adult relationships. A teacher’s role is not restricted to just working with the children, they have to play multiple roles. They need to supervise and manage their classroom,…

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Dramatic Play…. Here’s where the Drama begins..!!

Published on August 16, 2019


Pretend play is an important part of a child’s development. They learn by imagining, imitating and doing. If you observe children who are involved in pretend play, they are often mimicking what they have seen adults do. It’s pretending to be someone or something.  The dramatic play is a great place to build a child’s communication skills. Dialogues are…

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Play-Way Method 

Published on August 9, 2019


Children are happiest when they are engrossed in play. That can happen in different forms, like playing with toys, playing outdoor games, hide-and-seek or simply by running. Children improve their motor skills, enhance their imagination and creativity by playing.  Playing enhances various aspects of a child’s development such as physical, social, psychological and intellectual skills….

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Aggressive and challenging behavior in children

Published on August 2, 2019


During my interaction with preschool teachers and young parents, I come across this most frequent question – ‘ How to handle aggressive and challenging behavior in children ‘. This invites me to share, why children behave aggressively and how to handle this behavior…? Aggressive and challenging behaviors seem to be on the increase. It is important to bear…

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Is my Child Good Enough?

Published on July 24, 2019


“Look, Vinita aunt’s daughter secured 90% in Maths.” “Your younger brother got kudos from his teacher. Learn from him.” Why do we compare our children with others? It’s easy to say that you would never compare your child to others, but that is only until you see a friend/relative boast about his 2-year-old daughter being…

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Brain Development in a Child

Published on July 19, 2019


Brain development in children happens from a very young age. By the time they are 3, about 90% of their brain is developed and by the time they turn 5, it is almost fully grown. Brain development is a part of cognitive development which includes learning, thinking, problem solving skills and intellectual growth. The first…

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Summer ends, School begins

Published on May 30, 2019


As summer is coming to an end and it is time to get back to school! It can be hard to fall back into our regular schedules, both for the child and parent as well. Whether their summer was packed with fun or filled with complaints about being bored at home, children often have a tough…

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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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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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