5 tips to talk to kids about the serious illness of a family member
We often find ourselves or our friends in a state of confusion about how to talk to kids about the serious illness of a family member. Here are my 5-tips:
5 tips to nurture the learning style in kids
Knowing learning style helps to nurture academic growth in children, as well as choose after-school activities, and extracurricular classes. Here’s a peek into the three different learning styles; and 5 tips to nurture the learning style in kids!
5 tips to raise kids with an attitude of gratitude
When we make our children mindful, aware of their blessings, and inculcate a habit of expressing gratitude, we not only make their path easier and happier, but also pave the way for a better future around us.
5-tips to adhere to the new year resolutions
My boat of the year was sailing to its conclusion. The new year was awaiting me. Have I written down my resolutions?
5-tips to spend the Christmas holidays with kids
Christmas vacation is around the corner. As parents, we want to make sure that the vacation gets exciting for our kids. Many of us have trip plans, many have already enrolled kids into various winter camps. And then, there are some of us who are going to stay back at our respective cities. What would be good ways of keeping our kids engaged? Here are my 5-tips!
5-tips to boost sunshine vitamin for kids
Being out in the sun makes one happier not only physically, but emotionally as well. Here are 5-tips to boost sunshine vitamin for kids.
5-tips to awaken joy in kids
Some people are born happier than others. Interview of parents with two or more kids also support the same. Scientific evidence pinpoints to the fact that personality is controlled by the frontal lobes of the brain. So can joy be cultivated in kids?
5-tips on the use of hand sanitizers for kids
Hand sanitizer can be a good way for kids to kill germs on their hands when soap and water aren’t available. But there are some safety tips. What are they?
5-tips to ask your kid about the day at school
Parents always want to hear about their kid’s day at school. But sometimes, the little ones and even the grown up kids get busy with their own things. And tend to not answer direct question like “What did you do at school today?”
5-SMART tips on talking to kids about the birds and the bees
Like all other parents, I was once faced with such a question. I was nervous about discussing the topic with my little one. I was unsure of where to begin/what to say/ how to keep it appropriate! Then I thought; we do with all other issues, so why not sex?