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Is Your Child Over-Scheduled? Here’s How You Can Help Them Manage Their Timetable With Ease

As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. You want your child to excel in every aspect of life, so you keep introducing them to new activities and experiences. Of course, you think you are aiding their overall growth and development while exposing them to new things in life. This has advantages, such […]

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The What & Why of Holistic Education

The world is changing, and only academic excellence can no longer assure happiness and success in career and life. Compared to the past years, children’s holistic growth and development from their early years have become more important than ever. Traditional learning focuses on teaching children things to remember, but holistic learning emphasizes the child’s emotional, […]

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Teach Your Child Organizational Skills Ahead Of The Upcoming Academic Year

The development of excellent organization skills is a vital ingredient for your child’s success in life and school. While some children are more organized by nature, others need a bit of a helping hand to get it together.  Without further ado, let us look at a few simple ways to teach your child to become […]

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Creating A Mindful Classroom: Simple Activities For Students And Teachers

Calming a class full of children isn’t easy, especially when bored and stressed. But, what if we told you there’s a simple trick? The trick is engaging in mindfulness activities that promote complete awareness of one’s surroundings while controlling their actions and thoughts. The immense value of implementing mindfulness-related activities isn’t new, especially in schools, […]

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At-home Learning: Tips for Parents Navigating New Realities of Remote Education

The rapid closing of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic has taken everyone by surprise. Children all over the country are suddenly being asked to learn from home, via online learning, assignments sent over WhatsApp or emails. For most people, remote learning is a new concept and a brand new experience. It is not an […]

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Boarding schools are meant for naughty Kids- Myth Vs Reality

It’s a common misconception that naughty kids are sent to boarding schools or boarding schools are meant for naughty kids. Some parents may reprimand a child by saying that if they are naughty , they will be sent to a boarding school ,however boarding schools are not for the naughty or difficult children. When a […]

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Tips on handling Adolescents

Adolescence is a rather difficult period. It has been noticed that even well-behaved children tend to become moody and irritable upon entering this phase. With the complaints of not having enough freedom or that their parents are too controlling, teenagers are often seen going through frequent emotional outbursts. Attitude problems and non-compliant behaviour among teens […]

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Highlights of the CBSE New Education Policy 2020

Parents all over the country have always been confused about which Educational Board to choose for their child. While the nation has CBSE board schools and well as ICSE schools in abundance, parents have always been in a dilemma about which Board to go for. For years now, ICSE and ISC have been considered as […]

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Yoga for students

Yoga is derived from the Sankrit word ‘yuj’ which means ‘union’. Union of the body and the mind and to bring harmony between both. Yoga not only includes asana, pranayama and meditation but is a discipline in itself. When students practice yoga regularly, it significantly improves their focus , memory, academic performance, self-esteem and classroom […]

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Hello Quarantine-Parents, It’s Time to Take Good Care of Your Child’s Eyes

Parents, kids today face a lot of challenges. Some of them didn’t even exist during your childhood. While technology has its boons, there’s also a dark side to it, and since children are incredibly tech-savvy, they experience both the good and evil sides of it. It can also be said that children are more pressured […]

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