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Building a child’s vocabulary

It may start with simple words like mama and papa, dog and apple, but once your child embarks into his/her journey into the world of words, it just grips him/her! According to experts a child completes 80% of his/her learning between the ages of 0 – 4 years. It is during this time span that

Play to learn

“Are you going to spend all day with your toys? How about studying for some time now?” or “Can we stop playing a doctor or a chef now and play the role of a student who has some homework to finish?” ……. Every parent, at one time or another, and more often than not, has

Money Management:A guide to teach your child the basics of savings!

When you first became a parent, you undoubtedly looked forward to teaching your child new things and helping him explore the world around him, step by step. Whether it was learning how to walk, or ride the bicycle or even solve his first puzzle, surely you must’ve have dreamt about how the two of you

A Big Round of Applause to our Teachers

Schools everywhere in India are abuzz with preparations to celebrate Teacher’s Day, after all they are the heroes of the school, and this special day gives us an opportunity to appreciate the hard work and love they put in whole year round. While the school will certainly ensure that their teachers are made to feel

Those Were The Days: The Importance of Childhood Memories

Beta! It’s so hot outside, you come back home NOW, “my mother yelled out from the porch. “5 more minutes ma, just 5 more minutes. It’s our turn to field now, I’ll come home as soon as we’ve won,” I hastily replied & disappeared out of her line of vision. A typical morning during summer

Choosing the right summer activities for your child

Summer vacations! It’s a time that is filled with mixed emotions for any family – excitement for your child and anxiety for you, the parent! After all what can be worse than having a bored youngster at hand for a whole one and a half months?  Yes, there are the jaunts to the park and

Helping Children Find Role Models

The famous African adage, “It takes a village to raise a child” couldn’t have been closer to the truth. Just one look at your child’s life indicates the number of people who influence his or her life on a daily basis. Of course parents play a major role in their child’s life, especially in the

Making New Year’s Resolutions with Your Child

It’s that time of the year again, when everyone around is in a celebratory mood. Our household is no different. We too have swung into celebration mode with dinner parties this weekend before the New Year kicks in. In one such dinner party, where we had invited a few of our friends with their children,

Having a fun Christmas with children

The festivity in the air is hard to miss, with Christmas less than a couple of days away! Just one look at the newspapers and you are flooded with options on how you can celebrate Christmas, right from parties to attend, to events, galas and fests. Even the neighborhood shopping complexes and malls are dressed

Nurturing Selflessness in Children

I want to begin this blog by relating an incident that took place a few months back. As usual, I picked up my son after school, and since he was famished, bought him a pack of chips for the drive back home. As we slowed down at a signal crossing, he looked out the window,