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Positive Parenting Tip #1 – Shape your Child’s Behavior

How many times have you found yourself saying “No!” or “Stop that!” – and it doesn’t seem to make any difference in your child’s behavior? Long-standing research suggests that children will behave well when their actions are reinforced with positive attention. In fact, negative reactions may even cause the unwanted conduct to increase! Instead, parents […]

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Why Vitamin A is important for your Child?

  Vitamin A is a group of fat-soluble essential vitamins available in the human diet in two forms, preformed vitamin A (retinoids) and provitamin A (carotenoids). Retinoids are found in animal products, while carotenoids are available in plant foods. Both these forms perform different functions in the body. It is important for you to include […]

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How Music and Dance help in Child’s Development?

Children’s brains grow at their fastest rate in the first three years of their life. Sensory learning experiences during this time such as musical activities can enrich these years. Music an early age can have long term effects. Children enjoy- tapping, rocking, marching, rolling, clapping, wriggling, tickling, bouncing and moving to the beats. Music is […]

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What is an Online or Virtual Class?

An online class, also referred to as a web-based or web-delivered course, is a class taught through the Internet. Online classes are a form of distance learning, in that distance is no longer a factor and the teacher and the student needn’t be at the same location for the class to take place. Both the […]

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How to Handle Disruptive Behavior of the Child?

In past few years the awareness for the challenging behavior in preschoolers has increased to a considerable amount. According to a survey 21% of the toddlers suffer with diagnosable disorders. The most important part is that, to know about these challenging behaviors of the kids. Symptoms Here are few noticeable symptoms – Destructive Behavior Harmful […]

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How to improve your child’s Vocabulary?

Vocabulary building is similar to using building blocks to create a strong structure. You always start with the base which has to be the strong to carry structure over it. Similarly, vocabulary development for a preschooler is a gradual process involving interpretation of a word by simply hearing it. Words influence the children’s brain and […]

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Why your child should go to Preschool?

School promotes Physical, Cognitive, Social and Emotional development. Toddlers learn through their experiences, and good teachers make time for those moments by teaching children to manage all their emotions.  Teacher are well trained for their learning and growth and help them out when to let children work out their problems and when to intervene. Socialization […]

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Is your child taking Online Classes?

Moving to online teaching due to the Corona-virus has been a sudden and unexpected challenge for students and teachers but I am seeing preschools step up to the plate. No challenge, even Corona-virus, is going to stand in the way of teachers doing what they can to support their little angels. Many of the preschools […]

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What is Virtual Classroom?

The Advancements in technology has changed the way of education in a revolutionary way, today education is not limited to books and small classrooms where only a small bunch of present students can get the information or lessons. With the popularity of internet in today’s young generation, classrooms has expanded its area, where now students […]