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Day: March 17, 2018

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education: For a Bright Future

As a mother of a 2-year-old, I often find myself wondering about childcare and schooling options for my son. Studies prove that investing in early education improves the cognitive ability as well as other critical behavioral traits such as Motivation, Self-Respect, and Sociability. The children who participate in early education are more likely to exhibit […]

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Teach your Children with Picture Books

What to Teach 4 Year Old Kids with Picture Books?

One of the fondest memories that I have of my son’s early days is when I used to come back from work and he would jump up and down with glee. Oh, how wonderful it felt to get such a warm welcome! After giving me a big hug he would drag me to his bed […]

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Bored at home

Bored at home? Board games to the rescue…

We, Millennials are probably the last generation which has been raised on both, board and online games. And the present generation is completely into online games only. While online games enable interaction with people across the world, one is still in solitude. However, board games, allow you to directly interact with your friends and family […]

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Homework Weighing

Is Homework Weighing Down On Your Children?

These are the constant conflict between parents of differing opinions. Homework has always been a topic of debate. A topic that fetches mixed opinions from children, parents, teachers as well as concerned authorities of school and education domain as well. While some would term it as a means to revise what a student has learned […]

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What is Grandparents

Grandparents our Real life Superheroes

Grandparents are often the gentle stress buffers, supporters, caregivers or the roots of the family. But for the children, they are far more than this. Be it the role of their playmates, role models, or their history teachers, who pass on those valuable teachings, cultural heritage, and family traditions, they are the ones who are […]

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Power of Educational Magazines

The Power of Educational Magazines

‘Reading is good for the soul’, ‘it is a window to the world’, ‘it is the door that opens to knowledge’.These are words that are common. What is not common is the application. In this fast-paced world, children often are more inclined towards gadgets and audiovisuals. And although the information does reach the child, the […]

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Science Alters Thoughts

Science Alters Thoughts!
How does it matter?

Do we agree with that? Well, Science has an impact on every aspect of our life. Science is everywhere─ Right from the field of medicine to different sources of energy; from a simple calculator to various high-tech gadgets. Cooking involves science, and so does kite flying. So, what is Science? Isn’t it a way of […]

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Anti-air pollution mask

Anti-air pollution mask
Why does it matter?

Atharv, my 11-year-old son, has been excited since his mom has promised him an anti-air pollution mask. He has heard his friends often talk about the various styles and brands of these masks. Some may call it peer pressure, while others call it the need of the hour. And I was left thinking about how, […]

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Requisite Expression

Importance of Self Expression & How does it matter?

Express if you like it; express if you don’t. Express if you want it; express if you don’t. Express if you feel good; express if you don’t. The expression is important. The absence of it often causes suppression. Matters become worse when a longing suppression directly impacts a normal expression and makes it appear more […]

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Buying and Counteraction

BUYING AND A COUNTERACTION
Why does it matter?

Let us play a quick challenge, a humble one. Let us try using all the neurons and dig out a commercially available product which does not damage to the beloved Mother Nature. This applies to the products of all the segments- electronics, cosmetics, eatables, medicines to name a few. Sulabh, a thoughtful individual, and a […]

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Teachers Footprints

TEACHER’S FOOTPRINTS
How does it work?

It was raining that early morning, quite unusual for Gurgaon, and I was committed to imbibe every possible moment of it. Fascinating muddy puddles, pitter patter drops, splashing running water around had no match. I thanked the Mother Nature for the opulence this season. This led me to think about my luxurious possession; which is […]

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Communication Skills

COMMUNICATION SKILLS
How does it matter?

Dear folks, Communication is possibly the most powerful tool in today’s era. I don’t see any area of life where one can progress without a good grip on this tool. It is imperative that one master this skill at an early age. Is it tough to master? Certainly not, it is as simple as ABC. […]

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Reaction Mechanism

REACTION MECHANISM
How does it work?

Dear young readers, Vacations are amazing, isn’t it? Unlimited fun, amazing trips, family time, movies and lot more! Let us add another fun game in the list. You like controlling your fancy and big LED to remotely operate at your leisure time, don’t you? You love when TV set reacts to each command you give. […]

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Kids Yoga

Kids Yoga
How does it matter?

The unmatched energy in kids is highly contagious. And, we, adults, often wish to be in this phase of life, again. However, sometimes the presence of everlasting, and often unguided, energy spikes may trigger emotional, social, or physical challenges or conflicts. More the presence of unguided energy, more the chances of conflicts. Breathing techniques are […]

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day
Why does it matter?

Wishing all our Mum’s a very Happy Mother’s Day. I consider this day as a day for introspection if anything I could do to make her feel more content. She passed away a few months back, but the routine is still on. Dear parents, give your mother their due. Whether it is indulging her with […]

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What causes kids to be judgmental

Judgmental Kids
Why does it matter?

The presence of a protagonist and an antagonist makes storytelling easy. It helps to set the perspective of listeners and much more. Like always, this also has a flip side, regrettably. Young listeners cultivate the tendency to finding a protagonist and antagonist around themselves. During an unavoidable heated moment, their developing brain sees all the […]

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Narrative Why does it matter

Narrative
Why does it matter?

That day, a forwarded post appeared in a WhatsApp group on my mobile. This post narrated a daughter’s conversation with her storyteller mother. The innocent child has not convinced the way protagonist, a princess, waited till prince arrived to save her. She questioned her mother, why should not the princess do something instead of waiting, […]

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Knowledge and Wisdom

Knowledge Vs Wisdom
Why does it matter?

The necessity of wisdom is known since ages, more so today than ever! A short story will be of help: Like all pupils, he also needed to challenge his teacher. He placed a bird in his fist and went to the teacher. “Teacher, is this bird alive or dead?” He wanted to defeat his teacher […]

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