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Benefits Of Storytelling To Children

Benefits Of Storytelling To Children

By Debarati S Sen, Times of India We have grown up on stories narrated to us by our grandparents, parents and other elders in the family. They were the good old days when we would lie beside our aajis and azoba, daadis or naanis, as they took us on fantasy journeys...

9 Secrets of Confident Kids

9 Secrets of Confident Kids

By Alina Tugend from Parents Magazine Here are the most effective ways to help your child become happy, self-assured, and successful. Consider Your Compliments Of course, young kids need plenty of encouragement, whether they're learning to crawl, throw a ball, or draw...

8 Less Obvious Development Milestones To Look Out For

8 Less Obvious Development Milestones To Look Out For

Because it’s not just first words and first steps you should be getting excited about… When people have children they’re forever waiting for the big telegraphed milestones like the first word, or those precious first steps, and yet subtly interspersed between these...

7 Ways to Encourage a Love of Reading

7 Ways to Encourage a Love of Reading

Charlotte Meryman from Family Fun Simple strategies to inspire your kids to be lifelong readers. When it comes to raising readers, you know the drill: start young, share books aloud, visit the library, and be a good role model. Excellent advice, all of it. But what if...

Temper Tantrums: “A Challenging Norm”

Temper Tantrums: “A Challenging Norm”

What happened? It helps to take a step back and think about what makes children angry. Here is a partial list of things children may get upset about: Not getting their own wayHaving to share and not wanting toWhen they are told “no”Being told to do something they...

Benefits of teaching coding for kids (Screen-Free)

Benefits of teaching coding for kids (Screen-Free)

Gone are visions of blissful childhoods spent jumping in fields and playing in pastures; for many kids nowadays, green grass has been replaced with digital screens. Researches have shown that children between ages 3 and 8 spend four hours and 36 minutes of daily...