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Si-BLING Love

"Because a sibling is really the bling in your life" How was it growing up with a sibling?  Each one of us has a unique and fun story of growing up with a sibling. Oh! The ups and downs in a sibling relationship are the ones that get us loving and respecting our siblings with... continue reading

Friends play a critical role in a child’s mental Well-being!

Friends are an asset whose benefits can be enjoyed and whose importance can be felt by any age group. Be it a young kid who develops and grows with his/her friends, or an adolescent who navigates life with the peers, or an adult who share their joys and sorrows with their close ones, or even... continue reading

New-age Preschool Methodologies: Which One Fits Your Child?

Gone are the days when preschools functioned only as a transitional medium for kids before the big school. These days, there is more emphasis on creating a strong foundation to enhance the child's development and give them a conducive environment to grow in. Preschool is a time for your little one to fall in love... continue reading

The Surprising Benefits of Puzzle Solving

Puzzles are a great family activity or solo pastime. Whether your puzzle of choice is a 1,000-piece jigsaw, crossword puzzle in Sunday times, a wood brain teaser, or a 3D puzzle, doesn't really matter because all puzzles share one key element, they power our brain and challenge our thinking. The popularity of puzzles today in... continue reading

Study Shows Kids Obsessed With Dinosaurs Are Smarter.

A study carried out at the universities of Indiana and Wisconsin found that children who develop an intense interest do better later in life. Joyce M. Alexander of Indiana University and her team found that this type of interest, especially those that demand a conceptual domain, "enhance perseverance, improve attention and enhance skills of complex... continue reading

5 reasons why Origami is good for your Child.

Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. It translates as ori (folding) gami (paper). Research has shown that paper-folding, particularly in the elementary school years, is a unique and valuable addition to the curriculum. Origami is a valuable method for developing vital skills. Origami is not just a blank paper. It's a world of... continue reading

Say Yes to Messy Play!!

Many parents are put off by messy play, as although the idea of finger painting or crafts sounds fun at first, the reality of paint, glue and glitter getting everywhere and the inevitable operation clean up that follows it soon sets in. However, many studies have shown that messy play is one of the best... continue reading

Introducing mantra chanting at an early age.

Value-based education for children Value-based education for children has an important role to play in the present day. As a parent, we need to provide an atmosphere for children to grow with noble ideals, healthy emotions, and physical discipline. Culture and values cannot be taught, they can only be caught. When children watch their parents,... continue reading

What can a child learn from the sticker activity?

Until having kids, I’ll be honest I didn’t really see the point of sticker books or activities. I naively thought they were just about pulling stickers off and sticking them in place, and really never understood what children could learn from it or why they enjoy doing it so much. I presumed it was just... continue reading

Benefits of kids playing dress-ups

Dressing up and imaginative play is an important part of children’s development. Playing dress-ups allows for experimentation, role-play, and fantasy which enhances their emotion, cognition, language, and sensory-motor skills. The imaginative play lets them explore different aspects of their personalities, it helps them understand and process their own emotions better. From around the age of... continue reading
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