Get your Children Battle Ready! Boost Their Immunity

December 1, 2016 at 10:27 pm by Ujjvala K  0

Heard your child coughing and sneezing? Well, welcome him or her to their bittersweet relationship with their best friend, their immunity system! They all enter this world with an inexperienced immunity system. It is only over time that their immunity system understands their surroundings, other body systems, the way their brain works and strategies the

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10 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence

November 20, 2016 at 9:00 am by Ujjvala K  0

I don’t have to explain how important self-esteem and self-confidence is in this piece of writing. As all parents agree, confidence is the key to your kid’s success which will take them to greater heights if developed at a tender age. Self appreciation and self-worth boosts their morale whereas responsibility and accountability makes them aware

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7 Chicken Dishes for a “Cool” Kid’s Lunch Box!

November 17, 2016 at 3:18 pm by Anuradha Sarkar  0

For your school going kid, lunch is not just a meal. It’s the hour that he or she has been waiting all day long! It’s the meal that the mice in his tummy are waiting to devour! It’s a status symbol to show off how “cool” his or her lunch is! So, time to buckle

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Easy Ways to Teach Your Kids to be Charitable

August 28, 2016 at 11:18 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

In this fast-paced, dynamic world today, people seem to be lacking a moral sense of judgment and action. This is no one-day realization but a value system instead that should be inculcated in the individuals right from their formative years and practiced throughout. Little kids are very impressionable and hence it would be sensible and

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Tips for Expanding Your Child’s Vocabulary

July 20, 2016 at 8:14 pm by Abhilasha Dey  0

The first ten years of a child’s life are very important in more than one way. When it comes to building up an active vocabulary too, these years are vital because the growing brain is at its receptive best to capture information and store it for future use. Furthermore, research has indicated that people having

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6 Tips for Your Child’s Healthy Summer Smile

July 8, 2016 at 9:30 pm by Dr. Erica Anand  1

School is out and kids (and parents) need a fun break! It can be difficult for children to remember to continue brushing during summer break, but by making oral hygiene an important habit, you can avoid any dental surprises! 1. Give your child healthy snack options! Summer is the time for barbeques, beaching, and relaxation. This

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9 Ways to Encourage Your Child to Take Up a Sport

June 26, 2016 at 5:05 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

In John Wooden’s (Legendary UCLA Basketball Coach) words, “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” In the modern cyber age, more and more children are staying indoors glued to the computer. This can be very unhealthy as they do not get any exercise for all their pent up energy. Encouraging your child to play

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7 Easy Ways to Get Your Kids to Share

May 11, 2016 at 10:50 pm by Debapriya Bhatta  10

Some parents have the tendency to spoil their kids with everything they could possibly need, and more – but as soon as a child enters a social situation,  like being on a play-date, attending school or coming to terms with the arrival of another sibling, teaching him or her to share becomes one of the

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How To Stop Children From Biting

April 22, 2016 at 9:08 pm by Debapriya Bhatta  24

Being the parent of a toddler definitely way harder than it looks, and that’s what every experienced parent swears by. Not only you have to make sure that your child learns key life skills in order to survive out in the real world but you also have to ease them into the society and equip

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