Published on May 28, 2019
Don’t give up on summer fun just yet! We know your kids are out of the camp and a few more days to go for the school reopening. So before we move to a new school year, make some more fun out of these final summer vacation days. Try out these interesting games suggested by…Read More
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…Read More
Published on May 15, 2017
As a parent you’ll always want the best for your child, especially when the little one is stepping out into the world for the first time -starting with Playgroup, Nursery to Kindergarten. There are several questions that run through one’s mind about various factors right from the curriculum (if any), to the safety, the staff…Read More
Published on May 9, 2017
If I want it, its mine If I give it to you and change my mind later, It’s mine If I can take it away from you, its mine. If I had it a while ago, its mine. If its mine, it will never belong to anyone else no matter what. If we are building…Read More
Published on January 18, 2017
It’s normal for young children to be fearful, particularly of the nigh-time. 50% of the children of the age group 3-6 year are affected by fears. Toddlers and preschoolers are commonly fearful of the dark, dogs, meeting new people etc. This is because they see these figures as frightening. Know that your child has to…Read More
Published on October 28, 2016
Language and communication skills are critical to a childâ€™s development. As we all are well aware that 90 % of the brain development happens during the first 2000 days ie first five years of the childâ€™s life; during this period every experience (physical, emotional, social) that the child goes through helps in stimulation of language…Read More
Published on October 14, 2016
Knowing that you have to go to meet your childâ€™s teacher may make you feel anxious. You may wonder what to expect from the school, and what is expected of you. Parent-teacher conferences are actually an incredibly important part of your child’s preschool experience. It is important to consult with your childâ€™s teacher about academics,…Read More
Published on September 22, 2016
Your toddler screaming may look mischief, but its developmentally normal phase which sets in at around 14 months. Good news is that your toddler is now alert and self-aware and knows what he wants. At 18 months, toddlers have very little communication skills. A child of this age generally knows not more than fifty words…Read More
Published on September 16, 2016
Does scribbling make sense? Scribbles may not make sense to adults but these lines and loops and sniggles are meaningful to a young child. Why is scribbling so important for young children? Scribbling and drawing are the first steps in learning to write for a preschooler. They are a childâ€™s creative way of penning his/her…Read More
Published on June 24, 2016
You want to add sparkle to your little girlâ€™s face and you are thinking of getting her ears pierced? Well, it is safe to get her ear piercing done as soon as she hits the six-month-old mark. However experts encourage parents to wait until the child is able to take responsibility. Follow the below instructions…Read More
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