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Spend More Time With Your Kids on Holidays

In an era of cut-throat competition where everyone is running a race to achieve the targets, the relations are taking a back seat. The statistics are quite astonishing where nearly a quarter parents say that they play occasionally with their kids. Surprisingly, some fathers are oblivious to the choices of kids, whereas there are some […]

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6 Ways to Make your Classroom fun

Imagine a classroom where the teacher is reading out a chapter in a monotone voice. Researchers, rather I would say all of the teachers would agree that 75% of students in such class would be daydreaming, 20% doodling and rest would be making a failed attempt to actually listen. Should this be the type of […]

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Impose Fewer Restrictions In Class

It is still a common belief that creativity is innate and creative people have the special gene in them. As a matter of fact, creativity blossoms in an environment where the students are free to make mistakes. Traditional classroom management approaches which are based on rewards and punishments have gone down the drain and are […]

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Restrict Your Child’s Friend Zone

Welcome to the struggle of mothers who question the crowd, their teens hang out with. Often, the teens feel that their parents have no say in choosing their friends, but the parents on the other hand, feel ultra-protective for their teens. Every moment is full of suspicion when children step out with the friends. But […]

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Importance of Extra-Curricular Activities and Events

The educational environment does not comprise of the only academic curriculum, but these are a host of activities to channelize the energies of children towards a fruitful direction. The domain of these activities is not restricted to intellectual development, but it encompasses the intellectual, emotional and social development as well. Right from exploring the interest […]