Emphasis on information for formation

When the world is advanced, put a pin on its resources Students in this era are born as digital natives. Primary years are the starting point where children begin to explore and learn. They aren’t living in the time where information is not enough; rather they are the part of advanced technology and bountiful information. So parents must prepare their children for this era of … Continue reading Emphasis on information for formation

Promoting need and trend based education

Change is the only constant – even when it comes to academic. Education is benefitting from trends across sectors and from the integration of technologies so as to make learning a more creative process and to encourage innovation. The landscape keeps on changing year on year; here are some trends to watch out for. 5 trends in education to watch out Digitalization Technology has become … Continue reading Promoting need and trend based education

How to be an effective advocate for your child

Do you remember when you did something for the “First time”, and how horrifying it was? It literally took your breath away to show courage and perform and then, suddenly it faded away mystifyingly, once your parents smiled at you.  This strength is real magic! Advocating, as a parent is a serious business, being your child’s best education advocate—who knows their strengths and challenges, can … Continue reading How to be an effective advocate for your child

5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids to Dream BIGGER

“Dream Dekhna To Basic Hota Hai”, is the famous tagline from “Secret Superstar” that wowed us all! Remember your childhood when you dreamt of becoming a pilot, a fighter or an artist. Anything and everything seemed possible back then. Now the tables have turned to you to see the same free spirit in your kids. The passions children have, are clues to what their lives … Continue reading 5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids to Dream BIGGER

How to be an effective advocate for your child

Do you remember when you did something for the “First time”, and how horrifying it was? It literally took your breath away to show courage and perform and then, suddenly it faded away mystifyingly, once your parents smiled at you.  This strength is real magic! Advocating, as a parent is a serious business, being your child’s best education advocate—who knows their strengths and challenges, can … Continue reading How to be an effective advocate for your child

Strengthening reading, writing and speaking skills in children

In order to become a well-rounded communicator, kids need to be proficient in each of the three language skills –reading, writing and speaking. These skills give the opportunity to create contexts for the exchange of real information, knowledge and, most important, confidence. The key factor of the three fundamental language skills is that they complement each other. These are the cornerstones of learning a language. … Continue reading Strengthening reading, writing and speaking skills in children

How to inculcate moral values in child

In the Vedic era, learning ‘Bhagavad Gita’ was divine. In the ancient era, reading didactic scriptures was done with delight. In the 20th century, Amarchitra katha and Panchatantra stories did the magic. However, sadly, in today’s time, we hardly see anyone acknowledging the Gita, reading mythology, or even caring for its moral lessons. Inculcating moral values have reduced to just one period in a week … Continue reading How to inculcate moral values in child

How to develop creativity for kids

Creativity doesn’t come to a sharp mind; it rather goes along with anyone. A universal myth tells, “Creativity is an inherent talent that the kids either do or do not have”. Just as all children are not equally intelligent, all children are not equally creative either. Creativity is more than an inherent talent, which parents can help to foster in their kids. Here are five … Continue reading How to develop creativity for kids

Helping your child to cope up with stress

Stress doesn’t knock on your door; it enters directly in life. While stress is a part of grown-ups’ lives today, alas, it is becoming a part of kids’ lives as well, implying that childhood is not just about fun and games entirely, even kids can feel stressed and troubled. Before moving towards coping mechanism for stress in child, understanding the roots is significant. Here are … Continue reading Helping your child to cope up with stress